Social Security Contributions

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Social Security Contributions - (adjective + noun)


According to the OECD, these are social security contributions that are paid to governments that confer the entitlement to receive a future social benefit - including unemployment benefit, accident, injury and sickness benefits, pensions etc.


Source: Adapted from OECD Data
Example of Use: Both the employer and employee pay social security contributions.