Retirement newsletter and publications
You can find out everything you need to know about planning for your retirement in our publications – and get clear answers to your questions on retirement whatever your stage of life.
Depending on your age, you will have different priorities when it comes to pension plans. By subscribing to the UBS Pension News, you will always be kept up to date with the latest news and information on pensions and you will receive many valuable tips.
If you subscribe to our Pension News, you'll never miss an issue. The free newsletter will be sent to you by post or by e-mail four times a year.
The free publication, "The ABCs of retirement planning" explains the Swiss pension system in plain language and helps you decide on your retirement goals:
- The three-pillars principle
- Reforms to the pension system
- The most important terms in retirement planning
- Tips for your retirement
Our factsheets give you detailed information about retirement planning at every stage of life, such as:
- Early retirement
- Pillar 3a
- Tax advice
We would be happy to send you the factsheets of your choice by post:
These guides explain the basic principles of retirement planning:
- Pension provision – the foundations of your financial future
- Succession planning – answers to succession and inheritance questions
- Brochure - Today, tomorrow, and beyond
You can ask for the guides to be sent to your home address.
The new UBS pension survey "80 is the new 60" offers surprising, relevant insights on the subject of age and pensions. It confirms assumptions that until now had been mere speculation, making it well suited to serve as a basis for political and social decisions. The survey was presented to the public at a media event during the UBS Retirement Forum on 22 September 2014 in Zurich.
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