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Contractual social premiums
The employer’s contribution paid in the framework of insuring pensions for employees and the premiums for additional disablement and unemployment insurance, sick leave benefits and social funds...
Social security fraud
Receiving too much in benefits or benefits to which one is not entitled after having provided incorrect or incomplete information or after withholding information that is relevant to the...
Compulsory social contributions
Premiums payable by the employer on the basis of several social insurance laws such as the AOW (pensions), ZFW (health insurance) and WW (unemployment) as well as premium transfers.
Social Insurances Bank (SVB)
Government body responsible for carrying out social security provisions such as the General Old Age Pension Act (AOW), the General Survivors Pension Act (ANW) and the General Child Benefits Act (AKW).
Sector social security funds
Sub sector of the institutional sector government. This is the part of government that administers and implements the social insurance benefits. The levels are set by the government. The sub sector...
Other private social contributions
These are contributions to private social schemes excluding pension schemes. The contributions to these schemes can be derived in the same way as the contributions to pension schemes.
Real estate (social housing corporations)
The item on the balance of housing corporations referring to the value of tangible and intangible assets. The value is the historical cost price minus depreciation, but also the business value.
Reference year for social benefits
Measure for the average number of benefits in a given period, calculated as the number of days in a year in which benefits were paid divided by the number of working days in that year.
Social security benefits in kind
Goods and services provided to households, based on social security legislation. These are mainly financed by premiums, and seen as government consumption rather than income transfers.
Social assistance benefits in kind
Goods and services provided to households, based on social security legislation. These are financed by general taxes, and seen as government consumption rather than income transfers (e.g. individual...