Find advice on how providence helps you protect yourself, your loved ones, your home and your belongings against hardships and how to anticipate these risks serenely.
Financial investments that pay off
Investment funds offer a promising return on your savings to make your money work for you and, in some cases, can give rise to tax deductions.
Housing loans: how do I protect my loved ones in case of a fatal accident?
In Luxembourg, as in many European countries, financial institutions often require borrowers to take out insurance against the risk of death or disability.
A new supplementary pension scheme for self-employed persons in Luxembourg
From 1 January 2019, Supplementary Pension Schemes will be available to small traders and self-employed professionals. This is very good news for all self-employed persons, such as lawyers...
How to calculate your retirement in Luxembourg
Whether you are close to retirement or it's a long way off, your retirement worries you and you ask a lot of questions. Be aware that the secret to succeeding in this new life is: preparation. Focus on how pensions work in Luxembourg.
Reducing the risk of accidents for children
Eighty percent of accidents suffered by children under the age of five occur at home. For these little explorers, the house is an abundant source of dangers which means having to pay constant attention.
Understanding parental leave in Luxembourg
With 20 weeks of maternity leave and 6 additional months for parental leave, Luxembourg is among the countries which offer the best conditions for welcoming a child. Explanations.
Compulsory personal insurance in Luxembourg. The lowdown.
In Luxembourg, compulsory insurance is kept to the absolute minimum. However, even when there is no legal obligation, it makes sense to take out certain types of cover for your peace of mind and protection. Here is an overview.
Why take out life insurance in Luxembourg?
Financing a project, protecting your loved ones, preparing for retirement or passing on your assets are all good reasons to take out a life insurance policy. Because in addition to dealing with the challenges life throws at us, you also benefit from tax advantages. Here is an overview.
How to prepare for a comfortable retirement in line with your age?
As you know, with an ageing population, the pension system in Luxembourg is likely to become less generous in the coming years. All the more reason to prepare yourself as soon as possible for the challenge of declining resources. The Luxembourg government actually encourages you to do so through tax benefits.
How do I insure my child in Luxembourg?
The lowdown on what child insurance is essential and what is recommended: school insurance, supplementary health, civil liability...
Responding to everyday accidents thanks to basic first aid
During the precious minutes following an accident, we all have a role to play. Our tips on the right response and how to get trained.