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Polish pension fund (am I going to lose my contributions while working in Poland?)


MinnieS 1 | 5
25 Aug 2011 #1
Hi, I'm leaving Poland after a year working here, According to our HR dept I'm going to loose my pensionfund contributions made every month? Is this possible that they deduct 9% every month and then I can't clain any of it back?

Thanks
Zman
25 Aug 2011 #2
It all depends on the agreements between the countries, you should check that. Similarly, they tell me I lost my 4,5 year of payments to US social security system....
delphiandomine 83 | 18,112
25 Aug 2011 #3
Is this possible that they deduct 9% every month and then I can't clain any of it back?

Even if you can't, you can still claim it when you retire - no bad thing, surely?
Zman
26 Aug 2011 #4
Not always, they way it works in US it takes 10 years of paying before you become eligible for any of what you have contributed.
AussieSheila 5 | 75
26 Aug 2011 #5
here even backpackers can claim their pension contributions as they leave the country.
ljubisa10
16 Apr 2012 #6
Dear Sir/Madam,

My father in law died in Augist 2011. He was a citizen of the Republic of Macedonia but he also was a user of a pension from Poland. The pension fund in my country told us that they have sent all the necessery documents to your fund. So far there is no replay from the Polish fund. Since his wife (my mother in law) is still alive, can you please tell me is she going to receive some kind of pension from Poland.

Thank you and best regards


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