Old-age pension

Employees born in 1954 or earlier can retire on old-age pension at their discretion between the ages of 63–68. The lower age limit will be raised by three months per year for those born in 1955 and later. The lower age limit for those born in 1955 is 63 years 3 months, for those born in 1956 63 years 3 months, etc. The lowest possible age for old-age pension for those born in 1962 is 65 years. The prerequisite for granting an old-age pension is that the employee is no longer in the employment from which he or she is retiring.

The employee applies for pension approx. 1 month before the start of retirement. When the application has reached us we will send you a pension information request which you can complete on our eServices. In order to calculate the pension we require the end date of the employment contract and the earnings of the employee until the end date.

If you use the monthly notification method please note that if the final salary or wages are paid after the end of the employment contract, the earnings must be registered for the month in which the employment ends.

Read more on earnings-related pension (pdf)