Break for the border
Creating a single market for pensions provision across the European Union has long been an aspiration of the European Commission. Finally, writes Michael Forkin, it may soon become a reality
Imagine you are being sent to work abroad in an EU member state by your company. Your employer encounters very little difficulty in actually sending you to work there – work permits are easily obtainable and currency is now much more simple with the introduction of the euro. However, as the situation currently stands, the same may not be said for your pension scheme.
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