Starting such a program for our employees we create a money stock to be used by them when they retires. In this way we create stronger bonds of long-term cooperation with them, strengthen their faith in our business, as well as positively nurture their efficiency and dedication.
At the same time, the company itself achieves a tax exemption for the costs of the contract, deducting 100% of all premiums as an expense at the end of the year.
Also, through a group pension program, there is the possibility of transferring a bonus to employees with tax benefits for themselves.
Contributions to this type of program, apart from the employers, can be made additionally by the insured themselves, as the insurance company maintains a separate money box per insured.
Yes. Group pension contracts also provide for independent contributions from employees which are added to your personal and independent piggy bank. You can request it from your company.
Yes. Group contracts are considered an expense for the company and are 100% tax deductible.
The employee has access to the accumulated savings money from the company mainly when he retires. Some contracts provide for a right perhaps even earlier with some years of waiting. If he has additional contributions of his own (in addition to his company), he also receives them in case of his dismissal or your resignation from the company.
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