Implications for your pension accrual
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.
What is your situation?
Pension plan with Aegon
You participate in a pension plan with AEGON. In many cases, this plan provides for more than just your retirement pension. It provides an income for your partner after your death. And perhaps for your children.
The pension agreement between you and your employer sets out all the necessary information about the partner and orphan pension. In the pension statement you can see whether and how much partner and orphan pension you have built up at AEGON. To find out how much pension you have earned to date, visit www.mijnpensioenoverzicht.nl
- See the pension statement
- Reading the pension agreement carefully
- Visit www.mijnpensioenovericht.nl
Social Security insurance
When you die, your partner and children may be entitled to benefits under the Survivor Benefits Act (ANW). If you are receiving benefits under the General Old Age Pension Act (AOW), these will cease on the day of your death. If your partner is also receiving AOW benefits, your death will have consequences for this benefit. The Social Insurance Bank (SVB) is responsible for implementation of the ANW and AOW and payment of the benefits.
For more information, visit www.svb.nl
Annuity and endowment insurance
It may be that you have taken out a private annuity or endowment insurance. When you die, your partner and children will be entitled to the benefits. Add these insurance plans to other plans. This gives you a complete picture of your pension situation.
- Read the terms and conditions of your insurance policy carefully
- Add annuity and endowment insurance to other plans