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How are disability and occupational disability pensions treated for tax purposes?

Employment and occupational disability pensions are partially taxable, just like other pensions from the statutory pension insurance.

Additional information on this can also be found in the question "Does a pensioner have to pay tax on his retirement pension from the statutory pension insurance?".

If the employment and occupational disability pension is converted into a standard old-age pension, the originally determined tax-free pension portion must still be taken into account.

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You can also find information about the Retirement Income Act in the "Tax Tips for Seniors".

 

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