Pension – saving for later life

When you get older and stop working, you will no longer receive a salary. Then you will have a pension to live on. For many people, there is a large difference between their salary during working life and their pension. This is why it is important to keep track of your pension savings and start paying into your pension as early as possible.

An introduction to pensions

A pension is a savings fund which consists of three main parts: the general pension comes from the state and most people also receive an occupational pension from their employer. In addition to this, you may also have your own savings for your pension. Here we discuss the basics of your pension so that you know what to do to prepare for yours.

An introduction to pensions

Occupational pension – a large part of your pension

It is good to ensure that your employer sets aside money for your pension in the form of occupational pension. It may constitute a large part of your future pension. If you are self-employed, it is important that you set money aside yourself. You are responsible for managing your personal savings.

About occupational pensions