Retirement Statistics Regulation 2012

Original Language Title: Ruhestandsstatistikverordnung 2012

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64. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection concerning statistics on the transition from working life to retirement in 2012 (retirement statistics regulation 2012)

On the basis of § § 4 to 10 and 30 of the Federal Statistics Act 2000, BGBl. I n ° 163/1999, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 111/2010, in agreement with the Federal Chancellor as well as with regard to Section 7, shall be additionally assigned in agreement with the Federal Minister for Finance:

Compilation of statistics on the transition from working life to retirement

§ 1. The Federal Institute of Statistics Austria (Bundesanstalt) has, in order to fulfil Austria's obligations under Regulation (EU) No 249/2011, for the adoption of the specifications of the 2012 ad hoc module "Transition from the working life to retirement" after of Council Regulation (EC) No 577/98, OJ L 327, 31.12.1998, p. No. 18, to carry out statistical surveys in 2012 pursuant to this Regulation and to compile statistics on the transition from working life to retirement for the calendar year 2012, on the basis of the data collected, and to .

Definitions

§ 2. For the purposes of this Regulation:

1.

Pension: regularly paid cash benefits on the basis of previous gainful employment, including business, corporate and international pension, as well as private supplementary, survivor's pension and sickness-related pension;

2.

Old-age pension: regularly paid-out cash benefits on the basis of previous gainful employment, including business, corporate and private supplementary pension, but excluding benefits from unemployment insurance, sickness-related pension and Survivor's pension;

3.

State old-age pension: regularly paid cash benefits on the basis of previous gainful employment, with the exception of company, company, private supplementary pension, benefits from unemployment insurance, sickness-related pension and survivor's pension.

Survey characteristics, statistical units

§ 3. The following characteristics of the 50-year-old up to and including 69-year-old private households are the following characteristics, which according to § 6 and § 7 (2) to (5) of the Acquisition and Housing Statistics Ordinance 2010, BGBl. II No 111, selected as sample households, in the context of the initial survey of these members of the sample households:

1.

the nature of the pension (s) listed in the Annex to Regulation (EU) No 249/2011 adopting the specifications of the 2012 ad hoc module "Transition from working life to retirement" in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No 577/98, Early retirement, main reason for leaving or staying in the working life, old age on initial receipt of an old-age pension, desire for longer gainful employment, working time reduction with regard to a pension, planned adjustment of the gainful employment, previously acquired pension rights, working intent after the receipt of the Age-related

2.

the extent of the reduction in working time with regard to a pension, the extent of the desired working time in relation to a state retirement pension and the reasons for a longer period of employment.

Type of survey, periodicity, continuity

§ 4. The collection of data in accordance with § 3 is to be carried out in 2012 in each calendar quarter in the form of supplementary questions together with the statistical survey according to the Acquisition and Housing Statistics Ordinance 2010.

Obligation to provide information

§ 5. (1) All 50-year-olds up to and including 69-year-old members of the private households, who are in the 50 years old. or in a higher life year, are obliged to provide information on the survey characteristics in accordance with § 3. The information is to be given in full and to the best of our knowledge.

(2) However, the party responsible for providing information may entrust another full-year household or family member with the exchange of information. If the party responsible for providing information cannot be interrogated due to a physical or mental charge, the exchange of information shall be the responsibility of another full-year household member.

(3) The Federal Institute shall inform the parties responsible for the legal consequences pursuant to Section 66 of the Federal Statistics Act 2000 if the information is refused or if the information is knowingly incomplete or not to the best of the knowledge.

Publication

§ 6. The Federal Institute has to publish the main results of statistics on the transition from working life to retirement by 31 December 2013 in printed form and free of charge on the Internet.

Cost replacement

§ 7. The Federal Minister for Labour, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection has the Federal Institute for the additional costs associated with the collection of the characteristics in accordance with § 3 Z 2 with a flat-rate cost of EUR 13,600 at the latest after the publication of the Main results to be deducted.

Use of gender-specific form

§ 8. To the extent that personal terms are used in this Regulation, they do not have a gender-specific meaning. They are to be used in the application to specific persons in the gender-specific form.

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