This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of NRA
We have 207 other definitions for NRA
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Do I have to wait until I am 65 which would have been the normal retirement age to get this?
These days there is no normal retirement age and there are laws in place to allow you to keep working beyond age 65 if you want to and are capable of continuing.
It allows workers to leave on a full pension before the normal retirement age as long as they have paid contributions for the necessary minimum number of years.
Davies reaches the normal retirement age for Sasol executives in March this year and as previously announced it was agreed to extend his tenure as Chief Executive for up to a year after his normal retirement date until his successor has been appointed.
Vince Smith-Hughes, head of retirement income at Prudential, said: "Working beyond the normal retirement age is already a reality for many people.
For those unemployed or in unfulfilling jobs at 62, waiting until the normal retirement age of 66 to draw benefits may be unpalatable, according to Hutchinson.
According to ACPA this section of the human rights law states that a practice is not discriminatory if an individual's employment is terminated because they have reached the normal retirement age for employees in similar positions.
If a husband takes his benefits before normal retirement age (NRA), his 25 percent lifetime reduction will translate into a similar reduction in how much his wife is entitled to at his death.