1. I trust Spires that this is not possible. However, if you’re above a certain income threshold you can include money to the third ‘pension pillar’ as our federal government calls it. That one you can build up seperate from AOW and your job pension. FIRE money locked up there.
I think it has been talked about in the Dutch thread as well before (that thread is in the section) and if I’m appropriate @Imma is investing some cash this way. 2. I’m an avid renter for the present time as I think single me is best off residing in an as cheap as is possible place with roommates and I’m not likely to stay static in my current area long-term. I think I might make sure to have the amount necessary for the shutting costs etc and if you want a down payment to begin splitting the money between investments/downpayment in a manner that is practical with your desired timeline.
Also recognize that you can always get your cash out of your taxable investments if needed, so that it is not like this money is out of reach. It would just suck if that occurs during a drop in the market of course. 3. As Spires said, check out DeGiro. Also check out the ‘financieel onafhankelijk blog’ (or sth like this), he has several suggestions for index funds. VWRL is a good option. Sorry, I missed this as I was on Christmas before.
Hirondelle is right. I worked for several years at a company that did not offer any type of retirement options. In my own current job I am signed up for a work pension. Every year, the BD decides how much money you should reasonably reserve for retirement (jaarrruimte). Most company pension schemes potential this out, which explains why you can’t usually put extra cash in your work pension. If you have no or a very bad company pension, you still have leftover jaarruimte (see calculator on the BD website).
- The Bonds are anticipated to be rated A by Fitch and A+ by SnP
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- Bargains on home maintenance or improvements
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- About 5.5x then-current salary by age 60
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You can open up a blocked investment account or savings account (bankbeleggen/banksparen) or choose an insurance option (lijfrenteverzekering) and you could deduct your annual contributions from your income taxes until you’ve maxed out the jaarruimte. On top of that, the amount of money isn’t included in your container 3 wealth and it generally does not contribute towards your taxable wealth. So are there advantages to carrying this out.
The big drawback is that you can’t touch the money until 68 and it’s not really that much. You can still use jaarruimte until 7 years following the taxes 12 months you gained it, so all in all I will be able to make investments about 4500 through this – unless I quit my current job with a pension of course. Now, if you have a good pension through work already, you can still put extra cash away in a clogged accounts (excedentpensioen) but I wouldn’t advise that to anyone who’s on MMM.
I know a lot of individuals through work who take action because they are terrible with money and it’s really at least a much better option than spending the amount of money on luxury outings and expensive cars. The amount of money doesn’t count the number towards package 3 wealth, however the contributions aren’t deductible from your income tax (in return for the annuity you eventually get is tax-free).
You can’t gain access to anything before retirement age, but you will get an extra high pension if you are really old. It really is done by Some people to shelter wealth from the wealth tax but the taxes are actually quite low. You’re far better off getting the money in a taxable investment account that you can access anytime. I am a huge fan of being a home owner personally.