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    Default Pension plans in the dr

    Can you invest in a pension plan in the Dominican Republic, you know, pay x amount every month and get an income when you're say 65/70?

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    Not sure but I think you are better off investing your money in something safer than the Dominican government.

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    Isn't the best DR based pension plan a child who lives in the US?

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    Are you somehow precluded from buying an annuity or purchasing dividend stocks in the global markets?

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    Talking about pension plans...these days there is a message going round that TSS is paying back too much paid money to participants that paid too much over the past years. A total of 300,000,000 pesos divided over in total 30,000 contributors. Mostly people that had more than one job at once. I'd never expect DR government or related institution would return too much paid money.*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mauricio View Post
    Talking about pension plans...these days there is a message going round that TSS is paying back too much paid money to participants that paid too much over the past years. A total of 300,000,000 pesos divided over in total 30,000 contributors. Mostly people that had more than one job at once. I'd never expect DR government or related institution would return too much paid money.*


    https://remolacha.net/sobre-el-video...ero-de-la-tss/

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    Keep in mind that any investment in DOP based investments face the potential for losses over time based upon FOREX rates. What looks like a good return, could actually be a loss.

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    Once upon a time buying DOP and USD C D's was an awesome investment, quick and hefty ROIs but gone now days.

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