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23. Upon undergoing the individualized professional assessment, are there any differences to an individual’s relevant equity? How does the amount of the disability pension payout calculated?


Regardless whether it falls under the Disability Benefit Payment Schedule attachment tables’ "permanent inability to work” disability item, or has undergone the individualized professional assessment to qualify for collecting the disability pension payout, the payout amount’s calculation method and relevant equity is the same.

The disability pension payout amount = the average monthly subscription wage of the highest 60 months x insured seniority x 1.55%; when the payout amount falls short of $4,000, it is issued at $4,000; when complying to the additional release of the family subsidy criteria, an additional 25% is distributed for each offspring or the spouse, with the maximum additional release capped at 50%.

In the case of partial physical disability, when an individualized conforms, as assessed through the whole person’s injury level assessment finding, to the disability pension payout criteria upon encountering a subsequent injury or illness, the payout is released at 80% of the disability pension payout amount (meaning 20% of the partial disability pension amount is deducted per month), and until half the sum of the partial lump-sum disability benefits payout amount has been deducted in full, the full amount of the disability pension payout will be released.

Last Update:2019-08-20