Everything you need to know about saving for your pension

Everything you need to know about saving for your pension

Why you should start saving for your pension

Your state pension is less than your final salary. By choosing to save, you'll build up a reserve and get up to 30% tax relief.
Why you should start saving for your pension

Getting started with pension savings

As soon as you start work and are 18 or over, you can start saving for your pension. And that's a very good idea, too, because starting early has lots of benefits.
Getting started with pension savings

Return on pension savings

Is it better to opt for a pension savings fund or pension savings insurance plan?
Return on pension savings

How are my pension savings taxed?

When you turn 60, or 10 years after starting to save for your pension, you pay a one-off favourable-rate final tax.
How are my pension savings taxed?

Begin saving for retirement

Save up to 30% in tax each year.
Begin saving for retirement

Pension savings fund

A pension savings fund invests in shares and bonds. You can expect to achieve a higher return in the long term, but there is some risk involved.
Pension savings fund

What happens to your savings account if you die?

KBC is required to temporarily block all accounts in the event of the account holder's death. Find out how and when the savings are released.
What happens to your savings account if you die?

Saving for your pension

Aim for long-term growth and lay the foundations for topping up your pension pot
Saving for your pension

Begin saving for retirement

Save up to 30% in tax each year.
Begin saving for retirement
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