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This new book provides you with an in-depth view on personal pensions in the EU. It proposes a model plan for Member States that complies with European and international tax law, and that also contributes to EU tax strategy.
If you need to compare the legislation between the retirement provisions of countries such as Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Sweden, you’ll find this book packed with recommendations and conclusions that are helpful and relevant to the EU in general.
Over recent decades in the EU, as in developed economies in general, taxpayers have become increasingly responsible for their own pensions. Yet to date there has been no specific scientific research with respect to personal pension plans – their adequacy, safety, sustainability, transparency and accessibility.
This new book fills that gap. Helping you to learn and apply the answers to your own work, the author covers topics such as:
Who should read this book? This will be essential reading for pension funders, pension practitioners and tax lawyers throughout the EU, along with academics specialising in this area.