Pillar 3a 2019 – Maximum contribution

Maximum contribution – Comparison of interest rates – Tax savings


Who offers the best interest rates and how great is the difference between the individual providers? You can find out with our Pillar 3a Interest Rate Comparison. Compare now in order to get the best yield for your maximum contribution in 2019 (CHF 6'826/ 34'128).


Benefits in 2019

  • No tax payable on your maximum contribution (CHF 6'826/ 34'128)
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  • Higher interest rates than for normal savings accounts
  • Change provider at any time
  • Full amount is credited / no insurance premiums

 

Pillar 3a – Maximum amounts 2003 to 2019

Maximum contribution for employed persons and self-employed persons

Year Maximum amount with 2nd pillar Maximum amount without 2nd pillar
2019 6'826 34'128
2018 6,768
33,840
2017 6,768 33,840
2016 6,768 33,840
2015 6,768 33,840
2014 6,739 33,696
2013 6,739 33,696
2012 6,682 33,408
2011 6,682 33,408
2010 6,566 32,832
2009 6,566 32,832
2008 6,365 31,824
2007 6,365 31,824
2006 6,192 30,960
2005 6,192 30,960
2004 6,077 30,384
2003 6,077 30,384

 

Withdrawal is possible in the following cases:

  • Up to five years before reaching retirement age ('AHV' age)
  • If drawing an invalidity pension
  • For financing owner-occupied residential property
  • When becoming self-employed
  • To purchase additional pension benefits (2nd pillar)
  • When leaving Switzerland
  • Upon the beneficiary's death