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The Rerirement Insurance Reform in Slovenia

Mihovil Rismondo ; Hrvatski zavod za mirovinsko osiguranje

Puni tekst: hrvatski html 44 Kb

str. 147-156

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The reform of the retirement insurance in Slovenia had already started in 1992, when in April of the same year the Law on Retirement and Disability Insurance became effective. The retirement age then increased and the possibility to realise early old-age retirement was limited and its realisation became tied to the situation in the Slovenian economy and the labour market. Later, supplementary retirement insurance was introduced based on capitalisation. Current activities carried out in connection with the retirement reform in Slovenia are characterised by a discussion on a new consensus among generations. The key problem has been an ever-increasing burden of contributions paid by a decreasing generation of active insurees for more and more numerous users of pensions. The present legislative solutions proposed for the retirement system have had the nature of a compromise and the introduction of radical changes has taken place very cautiously. As for the retirement draft law prepared for a second reading in the Slovenian Parliament, it contains compulsory retirement insurance on the basis of generation solidarity, voluntary retirement insurance on the basis of capitalisation, whereas a discussion on compulsory insurance based on capitalisation is still to be held.

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reform of retirement insurance, Slovenia, retirement insurance based on generation solidarity, retirement insurance based on capitalisation

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