Check your retirement age

Select your year and month of birth. The calculator will tell you when you can retire.

Retirement age

Retirement age

Your retirement age is the first possible age at which you can retire on an old-age pension. The retirement ages are estimates for persons born in 1965 and later.

- Your pension can start at the earliest on - Your estimated time in retirement based on life expectancy.

Your estimated time in retirement based on life expectancy.

Life expectancy is the average number of years that a person of a certain age is expected to live if mortality remains unchanged.

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Your target retirement age

Your target retirement age

At your target retirement age, the increment for deferred retirement has increased your pension as much as your life expectancy coefficient cuts it at your retirement age.

- Your pension can start at the earliest on - Your estimated time in retirement based on life expectancy.

Your estimated time in retirement based on life expectancy.

Life expectancy is the average number of years that a person of a certain age is expected to live if mortality remains unchanged.

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Your qualifying age for retirement on a partial old-age pension - You can take out a partial old-age pension at the earliest as of -

What should you know about earnings-related pensions if you are an independent worker

Independent workers, as other workers, are to be insured either under the Self-employed Persons’ Pensions Act or the Employees Pensions Act. Taking out earnings-related pension insurance is prescribed by law.

The earnings-related pension insurance is the key to earnings-related social security. When you are insured, you earn pension and may qualify for the sickness and daily allowances for parents.

FAQs about pensions for independent workers