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Old 12.02.2019, 20:01
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Re: AHV Pension Estimate/Calculator

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So if some is working 10 years earning 500k CHF would never catch up for the missing years even though 44 year base average would be above 85.5 kCHF? (500*10/44= 113.6)

If you miss years in CH then you can never catch up, yes. (But you may be entitled to a previous state pension from elsewhere?)
The loss is always 2.3% x num of years/months, based on the amount you are entitled to. If the average 44 year salary is CHF84600 (approx the max) then you loose 2.3% for every year (i.e. 2.3% of CHF2350). If the average was CHF75000 then you loose 2.3% for each year of the equivalent mentioned in the PDF previously.
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