Do I have to withdraw the accumulated pension capital upon reaching the age of 55?

Upon reaching the age of 55, a member is entitled, not obliged, to withdraw accrued supplementary pension capital. You can postpone the withdrawal of your retirement pension until you need it. The accumulated capital continues to operate in accordance with the pension plan's investment policy. In addition, if you earn income and pay taxes, you can still contribute to a pension fund and receive tax benefits beyond the age of 55.

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