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The Health and Personal Social Services (Superannuation) (Additional Voluntary Contributions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1999

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2.  “Adjusted salary” means A + B, where—

  • A is the participator’s total taxable salary for the year in question less any fluctuating emoluments such as bonus payments and payments for overtime, and

  • B is the annual average of such fluctuating emoluments. For these purposes such emoluments shall be averaged—


    over a period of whole years, not being less than 3 consecutive years, ending on the last day of the year in question, or


    in a case where such emoluments have been paid for a period of less than 3 years, over the period during which they have been paid.

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