Retirement planning is always well worth it. After retirement, the pension income you get from state (OASI) and occupational (OPA) pension plans will generally be lower than your previous income. Pension gaps may also emerge if you work part-time, or if you have interrupted your employment – for instance, for further training, parental leave or a round-the-world trip. Paying into pillar 3a can help you plug these gaps. Here’s what you need to know about retirement planning with pillar 3a.
Retirement savings account 3a
- Attractive tax advantages
- Combination with retirement funds
- Flexible inpayments