Check your retirement age

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

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

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 Additional information: Because people are living longer, the life expectancy coefficient has been introduced. It reduces the monthly pension you receive. To offset the effect of the life expectancy coefficient, you need to work an additional length of time. This later retirement age is called your target retirement age.

Because people are living longer, the life expectancy coefficient has been introduced. It reduces the monthly pension you receive. To offset the effect of the life expectancy coefficient, you need to work an additional length of time. This later retirement age is called your target retirement age.

- Your pension can start at the earliest on - Your estimated time in retirement based on life expectancy. Additional information: Life expectancy is the average number of years that a person of a certain age is expected to live if mortality remains unchanged.

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 -

Calculate your pension

Use the pension calculator to estimate how much pension you will receive.

Calculate the impact of family leave on your pension

The calculator calculates the amount of pension benefits you earn for periods of child care and the amount of pension benefits you would earn from work during that same period.

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What you should know about pensions when you’re about to enter your working life

Although you’re far away from retirement, it’s good to know about pensions already when you’re at the beginning of your working life. The choices you make along the way may also affect how much pension you’ll get when you do retire.

Good to know about pensions