Vested benefits: How do I improve my returns?

Unlike a pension fund, a vested benefits foundation does not have to pay a minimum interest rate. That is why vested benefit accounts practically pay no interest any longer. Nevertheless, at modern foundations you can decide for yourself how your money is invested – for example in bonds, equities or other securities. While the value of your investment can fluctuate, the long-term returns are usually higher than on a vested benefits account.


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