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The chess game of choosing between 3a/3b

Comparison of pillars 3a and 3b

The 3rd pillar is divided into pillar 3a and pillar 3b. In this article, you will find out about the important features of the two pillars, how they differ and which one you should invest in first. You will also find answers to the most frequently asked questions on the subject.
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Practical tips for your retirement provision

Robust retirement provision will benefit you now and in the future. We show you how you can best leverage all three pillars. The sooner you start saving for your retirement, the more you will get out later!
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Stolen package - this is how you are protected

The long-awaited package has not show up – it has obviously been stolen. Now what?
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Long life and the retirement pension

We are all likely to enjoy and increasingly longer life – yet our pension systems have not yet been aligned with this. In this article you will find out what you can do to ensure your retirement pension is large enough and you are financially secure throughout your life.
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Pillars 3a and 3b – an overview

Why is it worth paying into pillar 3a? When should you start saving? And what is the difference between a saving and an insurance solution? The third pillar is an important element in retirement provision. Here, you will find the most important information on this subject.
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The 3 pillars concept – an overview

What are the three pillars actually? Who pays how much into them? What actions do I have to take? The three pillars concept can be confusing. In this article you will find an overview of the Swiss pension system.

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Zurich SME Magazine issue 5 published on September 20, 2021

The magazine for companies

Inform yourself about new trends, read captivating company portraits and learn important facts about your most biggest risks as an SME – and how you can mitigate them.