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21:24 3 October 2019
Post by: WBJ

Over 90% of companies say to implement minimal Employee Capital Plans

Over 90% of companies say to implement minimal Employee Capital Plans
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As many as 92 percent of companies declare that they will implement the minimum version of a new long-term saving system for employee pensions Employee Capital Plans (PPK), according to the report of consulting company KPMG published on Thursday. In the minimum version, the employer is required to pay 1.5 percent of the employee's gross salary. Depending on the voluntary decision of the employer, the contribution paid to PPK may be increased by an additional 2.5%. However, only 3% of surveyed employers plan using the extended version.

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