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Money: Start of the pension: FDP wants flexible entrance age

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Nobody has to prescribe people when they have retired, says FDP Vice-President Johannes Vogel. The liberals want to get away from the official retirement age and already have a role model.

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With a statement about the rush to early retirement, Chancellor Olaf Scholz has initiated a basic debate about the age of entry. The FDP senses a chance for a topic that it has on the agenda anyway.

This is how FDP Vice-President Johannes Vogel has spoken out for extensive flexibility at the start of the pension. "I am convinced: Nobody has to tell people when they have retired - also because the CVs are becoming increasingly different," Vogel told the dpa news agency.

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in Sweden there is an example of how that could work. There, the citizens can decide within a corridor when they want to retire. The earlier you go, the less pension you get.

Vogel said that Sweden reaches the highest factual retirement age in Europa and more self -determination for people. In Sweden, a very simple rule applies: "Those who are more retired will receive less pension, whoever goes later receives more." Vogel demands: "We should also use this here." The FDP has been calling for this for a long time.

Vogel recalled that the traffic lights had agreed to lead a dialogue process to the Scandinavian pension model. "We should also tackle this legislature of this project of the coalition agreement," said Vogel.

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Before that, Chancellor Olaf Scholz ( SPD ) had spoken out for the fact that more people will work until the applicable retirement age than before. "It is important to increase the proportion of those who can really work up to the retirement age," had explained the Chancellor .

Union politicians had interpreted this in such a way that the SPD has retired from the pension 63 for long -term insured persons.

The SPD, in turn, tries to capture this debate. With his advance for a higher, actual retirement age, Scholz did not want to question the possibilities for the early start of retirement, party leader Saskia Esken had explained. "It is not at all about opening up a new debate in relation to retirement age."

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Lower Saxony Prime Minister Stephan Weil for more flexibility. "The best thing would be a system in which people from a certain age decide how long and how much they want to work," the SPD politician told the "Tagesspiegel". "But if you can no longer work further, you have to go earlier and live from your pension."

Pension reform: François Bayrou wants to “enlighten” opinion

 Pension reform: François Bayrou wants to “enlighten” opinion © LP/Olivier Ariandel/Maxpppp/Photopqr/Le Parisien/Maxppp L E Haut-Commissariat au Plan, piloted by the boss of the Modem François Bayrou , made public Thursday, December 8, a note on pensions on Thursday 8 December offering several levers, including a postponement of the departure age and an extension of the contribution duration.

SPD, Greens and FDP had announced in the coalition agreement to discuss with the social partners about how wishes after a longer remaining in working life realized more easily can become. In addition to a flexible retirement, the traffic light also wants to include the situation of burdened professional groups in addition to a flexible retirement.

A further increase in the retirement age had also excluded the traffic light in the coalition agreement. According to the applicable legal situation, the age limit without pension treasures will be gradually increased from 65 to 67 years by 2029.

Verdi boss Frank Werneke asked to keep the fingers of regulations that enable an earlier pension. "Many people previously retire and accept high financial losses because they see the only way out of a workload that they cannot do until retirement age," he told the "Stuttgarter Zeitung" and the "Stuttgarter Nachrichten" (Tuesday).

Federal Minister of Labor Hubertus Heil (SPD) had announced that it would promptly present a pension package II. This is intended to set the course for long-term stabilization of the pension, even if more and more relatives are retired.

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