Deduct your Individual Pension Agreement (IPA)
This cost is deductible, but be sure to keep the 80% rule in mind.
As a self-employed professional in a company, you are allowed to deduct the premiums for your Individual Pension Agreement as a professional cost, if you do not exceed the 80% rule.
The 80% rule says that your legal and additional pension combined, may not be higher than 80% of your last 'regular' salary.
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💡 It is possible to take additional guarantees on your IPA, such as extra insurance in the event of death or a disablement insurance.
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