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Early Bird: Provision and Social Security for the Future

Collage eines beschäftigten Mannes mit Glühbirne unter dem Arm und Zahnrädern auf dem Rücken und der Aufschrift Vorsorge und soziale Absicherung

What measures are important to secure your livelihood – now, later and in old age? Which insurance policies are essential and is it possible to be overinsured? What is the pension gap? The seminar with social scientist C. Großeholz provides the answers.

Unfortunately, most people think about insurance and pension provision too late, but it's worth tackling the issue early on in view of future work and life situations. Before you know it, you will have finished your studies, started your first job or self-employment, and family planning or buying a house will be in full swing. Carsten Großeholz, advisor for social security and financial provision, provides an overview of social security issues, insurance options and retirement provision:

  • What is neccessary, what is possible? Compulsory insurance and voluntary supplementary insurance
  • Overinsured? Urgent insurance recommendations and superfluous items
  • Realisable livelihood security for all (future) occupational groups
  • Pension options: Variants with different advantages
  • Ka-ching ...? Cost-benefit comparison

The online lecture is a free offer of the Work@Heart programme and takes place via Zoom. The access link will be sent to you after successful registration.

Target audience: University members Students Public

13/06/2024, 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Registration via e-mail stating your name, degree programme and semester to:

Location: Online
Room: via Zoom


ZEGM – Start-up and Management Qualification Unit

Room 3.01
Anke Lüers-Salzmann
Project coordination ESF and EXIST, initial consultation