The Czech Republic’s pension system is now experiencing major changes by introducing a voluntary second pillar, finally bringing them in line with most eastern European countries.
Having been approved of at the beginning of last year, the second pillar is now in effect this year, in an unprecedented move away from a state pension insurance scheme only being available.
Stipulated in the reforms, employees who are over the age of 35 have been given until the...
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