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A new job is a good opportunity to ensure that your pension scheme fits your needs. Today and in the future.

A new job will often involve a change in salary. It is therefore important to check whether you are still saving up enough. It is also a good idea to check whether you and your family are sufficiently covered if you lose your earning capacity and can no longer work.

If your new job includes a pension scheme, it may be relevant to pool your schemes from previous jobs, so that you get a comprehensive overview of your pension and avoid paying too much in administrative expenses.

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If your new job does not include a pension scheme, you must decide what is to happen with your existing scheme and insurance covers. You must do so within three months.

If your previous employment has ended and you do not yet know what is to happen in your working life going forward, you can find help to manage your pension scheme here. Feel free to call us on +45 70 11 25 25 for personal advice.

Worth considering about your pension scheme when changing jobs

A lot can happen in a year. Does your pension scheme fit your current life situation?