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Die Dritte Säule der Altersvorsorge

Die private Pensionsversicherung, bei der dem Versicherungsnehmer regelmässige Auszahlungen bis an das Lebensende garantiert werden, ist Gegenstand einer spezifischen steuerlichen Förderung. Dahinter steht die Überlegung, dass eine Ergänzung zum öffentlichen Pensionssystem erreicht werden soll, weil letzteres in Zukunft vermutlich geringere Ersatzquoten bieten wird. Im vorliegenden Beitrag wird die Funktionsweise dieser Versicherung dargestellt und der Frage nach der Adäquatheit der besonderen Förderung dieser einen Form der Altersvorsorge nachgegangen. Weiters wird das Phänomen der adversen Selektion erörtert, das dazu ührt, dass Personen mit einer geringen Lebenserwartung keinen geeigneten Pensionsversicherungsvertrag erhalten.

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Paper provided by Department of Economics, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria in its series Economics working papers with number 2001-09.

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