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paying pension contributions after leaving CH

Is it possible for foreigners to continue to pay 1st pillar pension contributions even after leaving Switzerland or is this option reserved for Swiss citizens only? As a non-employed person (EU) currently resident in Switzerland I pay these contributions myself (the cantonal office invoices me quarterly or yearly depending on canton). I was wondering if I can pay this even after I have gone.
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Re: paying pension contributions after leaving CH

Anyone know the reason he was banned?
On his profile it says
Reason: Banned means banned. Don't open any more accounts on EF, you're wasting your time.
which is not a reason.
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Old 10.08.2018, 19:34
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Anyone know the reason he was banned?
On his profile it says
Reason: Banned means banned. Don't open any more accounts on EF, you're wasting your time.
which is not a reason.
It's a reason that would make sense to the banned member. Bagpluss was a reincarnation, a duplicate account set up by someone who was banned from EF years ago and has tried to circumvent that ban by setting up more than ten (at last count) duplicate accounts. So, banned means banned.
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Re: paying pension contributions after leaving CH

https://www.credit-suisse.com/ch/en/...nn-201805.html
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It's a reason that would make sense to the banned member. Bagpluss was a reincarnation, a duplicate account set up by someone who was banned from EF years ago and has tried to circumvent that ban by setting up more than ten (at last count) duplicate accounts. So, banned means banned.
Fair enough, but the question was a good one. I appreciate you have your rules and feuds and standards, but the forum has a wider purpose, part of which is to support the expat community with useful information.
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Fair enough, but the question was a good one. I appreciate you have your rules and feuds and standards, but the forum has a wider purpose, part of which is to support the expat community with useful information.
In this case the question may have been good, but OP still didnīt adhere to forum rules and would probably - again - have gone from innocent, good questions to trolling and abusing and offending people. At least that was in some of the prior resurrections.

The question still can be answered for the benefit of others?
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Fair enough, but the question was a good one. I appreciate you have your rules and feuds and standards, but the forum has a wider purpose, part of which is to support the expat community with useful information.
"Feuds" have nothing to do with the banning.

The thread is still here; the question remains visible to all. The OP's banning does not prevent anybody else from taking part in the discussion.
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Re: paying pension contributions after leaving CH

According to this, unless I am mistaken it is possible for EU citizens who leave CH to continue to contribute to their Swiss pillar 1 pension. I did not know this. Thank you.
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