Some info about retirement ?

The 3 pillars of retirement: public, occupational and private pensions

Wondering how much pension you will get after so many years of hard work?

How can you maximise your pension so that you won’t lose or even gain in quality of life? Is it wise to open a 3rd pillar account?

Retirement in Switzerland may seem a bit complicated to understand at first. Actually, it is very simple when it is well explained.

I put together several articles on each pillar, so that you can easily understand how retirement is organised, set at 65 for men and 64 for women. for women. Also, to understand the issues of each pillar and to give you the power to act to improve your future retirement.

In each of the articles, we give you access to our simulators that allow you to calculate your potential pensions and the information needed to maximise them.

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1st pillar

OASI/AHV pensions have been increased in 2021

1’195 CHF

minimum

2’390 CHF

maximum

2nd pillar

Minimum salary

21’510 CHF

in 2021

Coordination amount

25’905 CHF

in 2021

3rd pillar

The maximum tax deduction is

6'883 CHF

for an employee

34'416 CHF

for a self-employed

Newsroom

1st pillar

OASI/AHV pensions have been increased for 2021

minimum

1’195 CHF

maximum

2’390 CHF

2nd piliar

Minimum salary 2021 21’510 CHF

Coordination amount 2021 25’905 CHF

3rd pillar

The maximum tax deduction is

employee

6'883 CHF

self-employed

34'416 CHF

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