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3. Under the labor insurance pension policy, how does the BLI determine the exact length of time I have been insured?

After the implementation of the pension policy, whether it be the Three Types of Pension Benefits, the Old-age Lump Sum Benefit, or the One-time Old-age Benefit, if the insured person has only been insured less than one year, he/she will be paid in proportion to the precise number of months of insurance coverage. A period less than 30 days counts as one month.

Last Update:2021-09-23