Denmark’s MP Pension allows self-employed to pause payments

Denmark’s MP Pension is allow self-employed members to pause their payments throughout the coronavirus crisis.

The fund for teachers and lecturers, said it was ready to help its independent and self-paying members of the fund who are under pressure due to the situation.

Therefore, affected members will not have to pay into the pension scheme but they will still be insured for the next three months.

Specifically, the scheme applies to members who have not paid their pension for over six months. This is because if members have paid into their pension scheme permanently for more than six months, they have insurance for up to one year and are already secure.

MP Pension said the offer to postpone pension contributions is valid until they say otherwise.

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