Ordinance Amending Ordinance Of Flexible Retirement

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af bekendtgørelse om fleksibel efterløn

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Ordinance amending Ordinance of flexible retirement

§ 1

In executive order No. 1621 by 13. December 2006 on flexible retirement, as amended by Decree No. 752 of 25. June 2007, Decree No. 354 of 16. May 2008, Decree No. 870 of 27. August 2008, Decree No. 1277 of 15. December 2008 and Decree No. 444 of 28. April 2010, is amended as follows: 1. The introductory part shall be replaced by the following: ' pursuant to §§ 74 (b), (4), 74 (c), paragraphs 3 and 6, 74 (d), paragraph (1), 74 (h), (6) 74 74, j, in paragraph 11, 74 l, paragraph 8, 74 m (9), 74 (n), (2) and 11, 74 (o), (6), 74 (p), and 75, paragraph 8, of the law on unemployment insurance, etc. without prejudice to article. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 574 of 27. May 2010, determined under the authority and after negotiation with the Employment Council: «2. sections 10 and 11 shall be replaced by the following: ' article 10. A member, as the earliest release for early retirement at least 2 years after the date of proof has the meaning. However, paragraph 2, shall be entitled to 1) to get early retirement with the per diem rate that the Member would have been entitled to in the event of unemployment rate, but not less than the rate calculated in accordance with § 3, paragraph 2, 2) to claim a deduction for pension, etc. in accordance with section 21, and salary only after 3) to earn a tax-free prize under section 11.

(2). It is a condition that Member in the period referred to in article 6. (1), 1) as full-time insured member has been reported at least 3,120 man hours to register, see income. law on a register, or powered self-employment income substantially in 104 weeks, 2) as part-time insured member has been reported at least 2,496 man hours to register, see income. law on a register, or 3) income as combo insured member has been employed for at least 3,120 hours from self-employment and contract work, and that løntimerne from such operations, shall be reported to the register within the meaning of income. law on an income directory.

(3). Work needed to fulfil the requirement referred to in paragraph 2 shall be determined according to the rules laid down in the Ordinance on employment requirements for employees and benefit period, notice on operation of self-employment, as well as of the Executive order on combo insurance regulation. However, paragraphs 4 to 8. The Member's status as full-time or part-time insured member at the time of proof is essential for determining the requirement referred to in paragraph 2.

(4). In the reporting period, see. law on an income directory, where early retirement certificate is issued, shall be allocated proportionately paid hours in relation to the reported number of calendar days in the reporting period. In determining the requirement referred to in paragraph 2 included the man hours that, see. 1. item is placed as of the date of early retirement.

(5). If the Member is 2 years after the date of the issue of early retirement certificate does not meet the requirement referred to in paragraph 2 shall be allocated the reported paid hours in the reporting period in which the requirement referred to in paragraph 2 are met, pro rata in proportion to the number of calendar days in the reporting period. The rights referred to in paragraph 1 shall take place as from the day following the date on which the requirement referred to in paragraph 2, by 1. paragraph are met.

(6). Members who are not insured, and which in combination the period referred to in paragraph 1 have had employment both as an employee and as an independent trader, must meet the requirement of work referred to in paragraph 2 with the operation of self-employment substantially in 104 weeks. If the Member has driven self-employment significantly in less than 104 weeks, can contract work in weeks, where there is no drive self-employment substantially, taken into account to fulfil the requirement referred to in paragraph 2. A full-time insured member may include 1 week of paid work each time the Member has been reported 30 hours. A part-time insured member may include 1 week of paid work each time the Member has been reported 24 man hours.

(7). Work in countries within the EEA, in Greenland, the Faroe Islands and in Switzerland can be counted on to accrual of hours for 2-year-rule. Work in countries outside of the EEA territory, Greenland, Faroe Islands and Switzerland can only be included if the Member is deployed for a Danish employer or working on international conditions by organisations, etc., to which Denmark is a member of.

(8). A member may include hours with daily subsistence allowance due to illness in an employment relationship. A member who is self-employed significantly or as freeform insured, can include hours of daily subsistence allowance due to illness and hours from the first 14 days of illness, even if the Member does not have received sickness benefit for this period. The same applies to persons who receive a similar benefit in another EEA country, in Greenland, on Faroe Islands or in Switzerland.

§ 11. A member who meets the 2-year-rule in section 10, by working in addition earn hours for a tax-free prize. Hours for the tax-free prize can be earned until the day on which the Member when the old-age pension age, see. lov om social pension. The work to be carried out here in the Kingdom, in another EEA country or of Switzerland, and Member shall reside here in the Kingdom, in another EEA country or of Switzerland, see. However, paragraph 7.

(2). The work is calculated according to the rules laid down in the Ordinance on employment requirements for employees and benefit period, notice on operation of self-employment, as well as of the Executive order on combo insurance regulation. However, paragraphs 4-9. Operation of self-employment substantially included with 37 hours per week. In addition, there may be included all paid hours of paid work, as the honourable Member has been reported in accordance with the law on the income register is performed in parallel with the operation of self-employment substantially. Combo insured can include 15 hours per week from the self-employed, if the General conditions are fulfilled. In addition, all paid hours, which include insured tying Member has been reported after a law on income directory.

(3). Work during periods in which the Member has been eased deduction under section 33 and section 34 of the basic regulation. § 74 (e), paragraph 3, shall be taken into account with the number of paid hours, as the honourable Member has been reported after a law on income directory.

(4). The premium is earned for each 481 hours of work. The number of hours that can be taken into account for the acquisition of the premium may not exceed 5,772 hours with deduction of hours during which the Member has been paid redundancy pay or daily allowance until the old-age pension age after the lov om social pension, see. However, section 74 m, (3), 2. paragraph It shall apply whether or not the Member is full-time or part-time insured.

(5). In the reporting period, see. law on an income directory where the Member complies with the requirements of section 10, paragraphs 1 and 2, shall be allocated proportionately paid hours reported in relation to the number of calendar days in the reporting period. By statement of earning of the premium referred to in article 6. paragraph 4, account shall be taken of the man hours that, see. (1) is placed as of the day following the date on which the requirements of section 10, paragraphs 1 and 2, are met.

(6). In the reporting period in which the Member when the old-age pension age, see. lov om social pension, paid hours reported are distributed proportionally according to the number of calendar days in the reporting period. By statement of earning of the premium referred to in article 6. paragraph 4, account shall be taken of the man hours that, see. (1) is placed until the day on which the Member when the old-age pension age, see. lov om social pension.

(7). Work in countries outside of the EEA territory, Greenland, Faroe Islands and Switzerland can only be included if the Member is deployed for a Danish employer or working on international conditions by organisations, etc., to which Denmark is a member of.

(8). A member may include hours with daily subsistence allowance due to illness in an employment relationship. A member who is self-employed significantly or as freeform insured, can include hours of daily subsistence allowance due to illness and hours from the first 14 days of illness, even if the Member does not have received sickness benefit for this period. The same applies to persons who receive a similar benefit in another EEA country, in Greenland, on Faroe Islands or in Switzerland.

(9). All hours at approved independent company after notice of self-employment while redundancy pay can be taken into account. '

§ 2 paragraph 1. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. May 2011 and apply to the inventory by reporting periods from 1. January 2008.

(2). In cases where in the period after 1. January 2008 in the absence of sufficient employment, and Member can include jobs from before 1. January 2008, this employment is calculated in accordance with the existing rules.

(3). By statement of employment referred to in paragraph 2 may only be counted once employment after either statement on the basis of reporting to the register or income statement in accordance with the existing rules.

The pension Agency, 28. April 2011 Sevan/Bent Nielsen