Printed pension record sent to your home address every third year

If you are between the ages of 18 and 67 years and you have not chosen to check your pension record online, your pension provider will send you a printed pension record to your home address. If you work in the private sector, you will get the record every third year.

If you were born in 1961 or earlier, you will receive the record every year. If you have already retired, you will no longer receive a printed pension record.

Your date of birth determines when you will receive the record. In 2022, the pension record will be sent to those born in January, February, March or April. The pension records are mailed throughout the year as of May.

If you have checked your pension record online this year, you will not receive a printed copy of your record this year. The printed record will be sent to you again after three years.

The pension record will look slightly different for different age groups. The closer you are to your retirement age, the more exact your estimated pension amounts will be. If you were born before 1965, your pension record will include estimates of your old-age pension amounts

  • at your retirement age,
  • your target retirement age, and
  • the age when you stop paying pension insurance.

Your pension record includes data on both your private and public sector employments.

Most recent data on the online pension record

You can read and check your pension record also through your own pension provider’s website or via The online pension record includes your most recent data.

If you no longer wish to receive a printed pension record, you can cancel it via your pension provider’s website.

Public sector pension record available mainly online

If you work in the public sector, you will get your online pension record via Keva’s My pension service (available in Finnish and Swedish).

If you are approaching your retirement age, Keva will send you a letter about your target retirement age as well as a print-out of your pension record (providing you haven’t already read them online).

Keva administers the pensions of State, local government, Evangelical-Lutheran Church and Kela employees.