Dutch prostitutes want Football pension
In the Netherlands, prostitutes want the same pension rights as footballers, BBC News reports Tuesday.
Dutch prostitutes are calling the tax authorities to allow them to save money in a tax-free pension fund.
Prostitutes said “they, like footballers, ‘do difficult physical work’ in the prime of their lives and their careers are short-lived,” BBC said.
Under a scheme, footballers are allowed to save €5,000 tax-free a month.
In 2002, prostitution was legalised in the Netherlands.