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(40 ILCS 5/9-176)
(from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 9-176)
Contributions for widow's annuity for widows of present employees, future
entrants and re-entrants.
(a) Beginning on the effective date as to a present employee in
paragraph (a) or (c) of Section 9-109, or as to a future entrant in
paragraph (a) of Section 9-110, and beginning on September 1, 1935, as to
a present employee in paragraph (b) (1) of Section 9-109 or as to a future
entrant in paragraph (b) or (d) of Section 9-110, and beginning from the
date of becoming a contributor as to any present employee in paragraph (b)
(2) or (d) of Section 9-109, or any future entrant in paragraph (c) or (e)
of Section 9-110, there shall be deducted and contributed by each male
employee 1%, and from and after January 1, 1966, 1 1/2%, of each payment of
salary for widow's annuity. Deductions shall be continued during service
until the employee attains age 65.
(b) Concurrently with each employee contribution, the county shall
contribute beginning on the effective date and prior to July 1, 1947, 1
3/4%, and beginning on July 1, 1947, 2% of salary.
(c) Each employee contribution made prior to the date when the amount of
widow's annuity for an employee is fixed and each concurrent County
Contribution Credit shall be allocated to the account of and credited to
the employee for whose benefit it is made.
(Source: Laws 1965, p. 1254