How does the Swiss pension system disadvantage women? How can I plan for retirement sensibly despite starting a family and working part-time? When do I need multiple 3a accounts? How do I plan for retirement as a self-employed person?

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Everything You Need to Know About the Pillar 3a

Have you already taken care of your retirement planning this year? No? No problem: You can contribute to your Pillar 3a until the end of the year. Or, if you don’t have one yet, you can open one. We’ll explain how it works and why it’s especially important for women to maintain their Pillar 3a.

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/ Samantha Taylor /

One, two, or three: How many 3a accounts make sense?

Do you already have a third pillar account? Or have you ever considered opening a second 3a account? Why? We'll explain it to you.

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/ Nadine Jürgensen /

How can I make savings for my pension as a woman in Switzerland?

Women in Switzerland receive a third less pension than men – and are twice as likely to be affected by poverty in old age. In this article, you will find out why this is the case and how you can still make savings for yourself as a woman.

/ Nadine Jürgensen /
/ Samantha Taylor /

Everything you need to know about the second pillar

The pension fund is the second pillar of the Swiss pension system. In this article, we explain how the occupational pension plan works and what terms such as coordination deduction, retirement assets and conversion rate mean.

/ Samantha Taylor /
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