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Table: Baby Steps


Japan's long-awaited defined-benefit law is timid

COMPANIES WITH PENSION PLANS

Employers can contribute up to $1,800 per year Employees can't contribute

COMPANIES WITHOUT PENSION PLANS

Employers can contribute up to $3,600 per year Employees can't contribute

SELF-EMPLOYED

Can contribute up to $6,800* per year

* Ceiling depends on national pension contributions

Data: Health, Welfare & Labor Ministry


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