Are you afraid of not having enough money (pensions) once you retire?

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The pension system in Austria and Switzerland is quite alright, Switzerland's is more strict: you can only pay a certain amount of money into your (pension) savings account. In both of these countries, private pension saving schemes are quite popular.

Germany's system is a little different, and while there certainly are some pensioners who have enough or a lot of money on their hands, old-age poverty is on the rise. Especially with the general instability of our fiat money system, inflation, population growth (due to/accelerated by demographic change) and the shift from people working in the primary and secondary to the tertiary and quaternary sectors (fewer carers (note that nursing can be counted to either the secondary or to the tertiary sector; I'm counting it to the secondary sector as it's manual labor))

Are you worried that you won't have enough money once you retire? Are you worried that you will be affected by old-age poverty?
Are you afraid of not having enough money (pensions) once you retire?
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