Written answers

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Department of Public Expenditure and Reform

Public Sector Pensions

Photo of Mary Lou McDonaldMary Lou McDonald (Dublin Central, Sinn Fein)
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To ask the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform if he will provide in a tabular the number of public servants in receipt of annual gross public sector pensions of between 0 to 10,000 euro,10,001 to 20,000 euro, 20,001 to 30,000 euro, 30,001 to 40,000 euro, 40,001 to 50,000 euro, 50,001 to 60,000 euro, 60,001 to 70,000 euro, 70,001 to 80,000 euro, 80,000 to 90,000, 90,000 to 100,000 euro, 100,001 to 110,000 euro, 110,001 to 120,000 euro, 120,001 to 130,000 euro, 130,001 to 140,000 euro, 140,001 to 150,000 euro, 150,001 to 160,000 euro, 160,001 and above; and if these figures include local authorities, vocational educational committees, commercial semi State companies, non-commercial State agencies/bodies public sector retirees. [49295/12]

Photo of Brendan HowlinBrendan Howlin (Minister, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform; Wexford, Labour)
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The data provided in the following table covers retired Civil Servants, seven smaller bodies and agencies whose pensions are paid on an agency basis by the Office of the Paymaster General and the VEC/IoT sector. The data relevant to the VEC/IoT sector may include spouses payments as the individual payees sub-categorisation process is ongoing in the Paymaster Generals Office.

Range
Number
0
10,000
6925
10,001
20,000
3699
20,001
30,000
5238
30,001
40,000
4404
40,001
50,000
2224
50,001
60,000
587
60,001
70,000
216
70,001
80,000
41
80,001
90,000
26
90,001
100,000
10
100,001
110,000
44
110,001
120,000
27
120,001
130,000
5
130,001
140,000
0
140,001
150,000
0
150,001
160,000
0
160,000+
0
23,446

Details in relation to the other sectors mentioned by the Deputy – Local Authorities, Commercial State Companies and Non Commercial Agencies – can be provided by the relevant Minister.

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