Pension in Germany: where most of the elderly work – manager magazin Friday, September 14, 2018 09/14/2018 OECD comparison Where most old people work For our stock market expert Robert Halver, the German pension system is a "ticking time bomb". Germany needed a revolution in old-age provision, he recently recommended in a guest contribution: Even those who earn… Continue reading "Pension in Germany: where most of the elderly work"
Slipping millions of pensioners into old-age poverty when the pension level slowly adapted to the demographic development? Many people are afraid of it. Their fear is unfounded, I mean, but populists use it over and over again to get mood do. In a recent survey by the Kantar Emnid Institute, the Preventing old-age poverty as the biggest political challenge called… Continue reading "The pension will be rich | TIME ONLINE"
Even without higher taxes, the pension level could remain stable after 2025, says the Minister of Finance. Nevertheless, he wants to put more strain on high earners. Finance Minister Olaf Scholz adheres to his pension plans. © Joachim Hermann / Reuters SPD Finance Minister Olaf Scholz has defended his… Continue reading "Olaf Scholz rules out tax increase for pension plans | TIME ONLINE"