What is another word for superannuation?

Pronunciation: [sˌuːpəɹˌanjuːˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Superannuation is a term commonly used in Australia to refer to retirement savings that are accumulated throughout an individual's working life. There are several synonyms that can be used in place of superannuation, including pension, retirement fund, provident fund, and nest egg. These terms all refer to the same concept of saving for retirement and enjoying financial stability in one's old age. Retirement savings are essential for achieving financial security after one's working years have ended and preparing for eventualities such as health care expenses and emergency situations. Whatever term is used to refer to retirement savings, the most significant thing is to start saving early and consistently to ensure a comfortable retirement.

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Usage examples for Superannuation

A wizened little clerk, verging upon superannuation, had beguiled my time of waiting with talk of the war: how his wife from Picardy had lost fifteen of her parents, while of four painters and paper-hangers who had started doing up his flat on the 2nd of July only one-disabled-had returned to finish the job; the rest were dead.
"Leaves from a Field Note-Book"
J. H. Morgan
The men who think of superannuation at sixty are those whose lives have been idle, not they who have really buckled themselves to work.
"Castle Richmond"
Anthony Trollope
Although the closing of the cheese lofts and the superannuation of the churn has reduced the number of female servants in the house, yet that is more than balanced by the extra work without.
"Hodge and His Masters"
Richard Jefferies

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