If you are a wage earner, your employer will as a rule see to it that part of your wage is paid into a pension scheme.Furthermore, you have the possibility to set up an individual pension scheme.If this is not the case, you may be entitled to a smaller proportion of the full state pension.
A Danish labour market pension is a pension scheme that is established as part of your employment relationship in Denmark.You must, for example, inform Udbetaling Danmark if you move abroad, if there are changes to your income, or if you travel abroad so much that it impacts on your pension.Rules vary as to whether you can have your Danish state pension paid out abroad.Solid økonomi Polyprint er en velkonsolideret virksomhed, og med det stærke økonomiske fundament er grundlaget for fremtidens placering til stede.Også her vil man have en betydende og markedsledende rolle på markedet for folieemballager.
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Labour market pensions often contain payments that are disbursed to a spouse and children if you die before retirement.Most pensions also hold insurance for you if you lose the ability to work.Furthermore, it may contain insurances for you and your family if you lose the ability to work or die.If you leave Denmark while you are still economically active, you may choose to continue paying into your pension.The amount of your state pension depends also on whether you have additional income and on whether you choose to defer claiming the state pension.
If you receive Danish state pension, you must inform the Danish authority Udbetaling Danmark about any changes that may be important to your pension.
If you stop paying, the insurances that are part of the schemes will typically no longer be in force after one year.
You can have your pension paid out abroad if you do not live in Denmark any longer.
Please contact your pension company, your pension fund or your financial institution if you want to learn more about your labour market pensions.
However, special rules may apply to you, for example if you have lived in an EU/EEA Member State, Switzerland or a country with which Denmark has concluded a special agreement.