As a student entrepreneur, you usually pay no or a low social contribution, do not accrue pension rights or other social rights, such as benefits if you are unable to work. As long as you pay no or reduced social contributions, you do remain a dependant of your parents. Do you want to start saving for your own retirement already? Read more about the possibilities. 


Savings | The interest rates for pension savings are currently anything but favorable, but it remains a popular way to build up a supplementary pension. You can do this by regularly putting money in a savings account or you can choose to invest. Want to know what is most advantageous for you? Then get in touch with your bank.


Scheme for the self-employed | Self-employed organizations have jointly set up a pension fund especially for the self-employed. This pension fund allows you to decide how much money you contribute, when you do this and when your pension starts. In addition, you can deduct the contributions from your tax bill up to a certain amount.


Pension savings | A pension agreement is concluded with a bank and an insurance company. For this you pay a certain amount monthly or annually. The arrangement is fairly similar to saving for yourself. For the specific differences, it is wise to contact your bank. 


Do you have a lot of added value such as business premises? Then it is wise to also look at other pension options. Check with your bank about this.