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Old 01.10.2020, 10:22
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Re: years of contributions and Pillar2

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For a Swiss DC though is the years of contributions per se something that affects the pension level ? ( assuming other things are equal like level of contributions and investment performance )
Per se it is the same benefit if all the numbers are the same.

But, the mandatory part has a better pension conversion rate and AFAIK if you pay voluntarily contributions this money is attributed to the non-mandatory part. Or in other words: some one with more contributing years will have more money in the better performing mandatory part.
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