Do you have an AXA pension fund? If so, we offer you a range of services to help you keep an overview of your occupational benefits situation.
If you have an AXA pension fund, you can benefit from the pensions portal on the myAXA customer portal. This online portal enables you to plan your pension and even calculate possible future scenarios.
Reasons why you should use the pensions portal on myAXA:
Salary rises, joining a pension fund after age 25, divorce or time off to care for children can result in a gap in your pension savings. You can close a pension gap and improve your coverage by purchasing additional benefits.
Whether it's your first job or a new job: When you become an employee, your employer must insure you in a pension fund starting from a specific annual salary. Every time you change your employer, you also move to a new pension fund.
Thinking about a world trip or a sabbatical? In such cases, it is important to consider the implications for your occupational pension before taking time out.
Is your retirement still in the distant future? Then this is the right place for you too. Because the earlier you start to think about your retirement, the better.
Financing is the first and last hurdle that needs to be overcome when acquiring residential property. If the available funds are insufficient, an advance withdrawal or pledge of Pillar 2 assets may well be an alternative worth considering. Provided the consequences are manageable, this can open up a range of options.
If your Pillar 2 assets invested with the AXA Foundation for Occupational Benefits, your employer can use Swibeco. Swibeco is an online platform that provides fringe benefits. It offers your a range of benefits. Watch the video to find out more.
How high are your pension assets? Are there gaps in your pension coverage? What disability and death benefits does your insurance cover? Your pension fund certificate answers these and other questions. However, it is not always easy to read. We offer a simple explanation of this complicated document.
It is becoming less and less likely that AHV / IV and BVG benefits will be enough for you to continue with your accustomed standard of living after retirement. You can take advantage of the many pension coverage options of voluntary Pillars 3a/3b in addition to obligatory Pillars 1 and 2 to avoid income gaps in retirement and also to cover yourself and your partner against the risks of disability or in the event of death.