Deduct your pension plan as a self-employed
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You may have heard about this already: the pension for the self-employed is not the most generous one.
Fortunately, setting up a Private Supplementary Pension for the Self-employed (PSPS) allows you to supplement safely the basic pension you receive as a self-employed person. In addition, this investment in your future pension is fully deductible.
Concretely, for a PSPS, you pay a maximum of 8.17% of your net taxable income, with a minimum of €100 and a maximum of €3,256.87 for the 2020 tax year.
In short: it's a great way to optimise your taxes today and prepare for the future at the same time!
Note that the premiums you pay under a PAS, or Pension Agreement for the Self-Employed, are not deductible. They do, however, give you a tax advantage of 30%. The maximum amount you pay is limited by the 80% rule.
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