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For redundancies with a date of dismissal on or after o rebate will be payable.
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Retrieved "Financial management of the European Union budget in 2014: a briefing for the Committee of Public Accounts" (PDF).Retrieved "Q A: Common Agricultural Policy".The European Commission sets out the detailed calculations in a working document.Rebated rebate, as verbs the difference between rebated and rebate is that rebated is ( rebate ) while rebate.The negotiations thus ended without an agreement being reached.Retrieved "The UK 'rebate' on the EU budget" (PDF).The 60 rebate rate will continue to apply in those cases currently on hands in the Department where the date of dismissal occurred on or before 31 December 2011.
The Department for Work and Pensions knows from its modelling that 50,000 people reaching state pension age in 2016-17 are likely to be worse off as a result of the changes, the NAO says.
Under this system, revenues were to flow automatically to the EC budget rather than through agreement of the national parliaments, as had been the case until then, and calculated based on three elements: Customs duties collected on imports from the rest of the world.
Pay in lieu of notice does not alter the actual date of dismissal.
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The return of part of an amount already paid.The date of dismissal is the date the notice period expires.If you havent heard about it, thats probably because it was announced three years ago and the government has not exactly been going out of its way to remind people.2, although the rebate is not set in the EU treaties, it is negotiated as part of the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) every seven years and must be unanimously agreed.1 not in citation given, based on a net contribution.1 billion (9.8 billion) in 2014, the UK Treasury estimates the 2015 rebate amounted.2 billion (4.9 billion reducing the ultimate UK contribution for the 2015 budget.6 billion (12.9 billion).