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Re: Leaving to live in the EU & cashing in a Swiss Pension

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thanks for the response - do they tell you why you are denied or just that you are denied?
Due to the fairly recent workplace pension regulations he was subject to compulsory insurance being an employee.
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thanks for the response - do they tell you why you are denied or just that you are denied?
They said after contacting HMRC that I was subject to compulsory pensions insurance.

They didn't elaborate on that any further.
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Re: Leaving to live in the EU & cashing in a Swiss Pension

Hello all,

First of all a big thank you for all the info present in this post! Really helped me a lot understanding a bit what other people kept saying that was impossible.

So basically I have few questions:

1) Once I announce my oficial leave, should I send the form that is mention in the first post () to my Pension fund or to the LBO fund?

2) Also after sending the file how should it be the procedure? My pension will contact me? From what I understand, if it will be possible to cash-out all the 2nd pillar, I will need to be 6 months without a job in my country to receive it correct?

I am planning to move to Portugal next year. Any experience or known people that sucessfully cashed-out the 2nd pillar when moving over there?

Thank you all!!
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