Various changes to the law on occupational pensions — what do employers need to know?
An act has entered into force that makes various changes to the legal framework of occupational pensions for employees, self-employed individuals and self-employed company leaders.
You will need to assess whether your existing pension arrangements are in line with the new rules and, if necessary, amend them. Pension funds and insurers will also need to comply with additional obligations and formalities.
The key changes in respect of occupational pension arrangements for employees and self-employed company leaders relate to the following areas…
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