Are you going to divorce? Or you just started a new job? Do you want to stop earlier with working? These issues and more could have consequensces for your pension. Below you can read what this means for your situation.
|Occupational disability||It can happen to anyone. Illness or injury sustained on the job, which has rendered you partially or permanently disabled. In such cases, you employer will continue to pay your salary for the first two years. If after two years, you are not fully recovered, you can be declared partially or permanently disabled. Occupational disability will not only affect your income, but also your ability to accumulate pension income.|
|Divorce||The termination of a relationship affects many aspects of your life. You make decisions about who lives where, who gets what and maybe even about who gets custody of the children. In addition, you and your spouse must decide if and how you will divide your pension.|
|Retirement||Another few months and you will retire. A special moment, ushering in a new phase in your life. With (probably) more free time and opportunities for other activities. And the necessary changes in your income. As such, you will no longer receive a salary, but AOW and retirement pension. You will read more about these below.|
|Death||Death, not something you like to think about. But you want to make sure your partner and children are well taken care of when you are gone. With your death, many things will change for your surviving dependants, including income. You will read more about this here.|
|End of Service||Are you looking to change your job? Become self-employed? Or are you unemployed? In all these cases, you are leaving your old job and making a change in your life. It is important that you also think about your retirement. For that matter, what happens to the pension you have built up with your former employer?|