Information in English

Här hittar du information på engelska om tjänstepensionen och skydd som ingår i anställningen. Det kan du använda på ditt intranät för att informera dina anställda.

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Your National Public Pension

Every year that you work and pay taxes, you earn into your national public pension through the pension fee.

Read more about National Public Pension at pensionsmyndigheten.se

Your occupational pension

As an employee you are covered by the governmental occupational pension agreement PA16. This means that we pay money towards into your occupational pension every month. PA 16 is a collective agreement that has been negotiated between the union organisations for government employees (OFR/S, P,O, Saco-S, Seko) together with the Swedish Agency for Government Employers.

There is two sections in the collective agreement for occupational pension. Generally you belong to section 1 if you are born 1988 or later and section 2 if you are born before 1988.

Login and see your occupational pension

You can login at spv.se to Mina sidor to see the different parts of your occupational pension, the value and how they function. Mina sidor is only available in Swedish.

Login (Logga in) to Mina sidor at spv.se and check your occupational pension

Life events that can change your occupational pension

Sometimes events in your life could change your occupational pension. For example, that could be when you start or end your employment, have new family relations or reduce working hours before retiring.

Read more about life events that can affect your occupational pension at spv.se

Time to retire

When you have made the decision to retire there are some things to consider. For example to inform your manager of your plan to retire. You could forecast your pension at minpension.se and plan how you want to take out your pension.

Minpension.se is only available in Swedish and to be able to login you need a Swedish Personal identification number.

Move abroad

If you move from Sweden there are some things to consider.

Report your new address

If you move abroad you need to report your new address to the Swedish Tax Agency. The address is then shared with to other state agencies, councils and regions.

Report your new address at the Swedish Tax Agency website

When you live abroad

If you live abroad and your pension is paid out you need to annually send in a life certificate to SPV or the Swedish Pension Agency. A life certificate is a document that shows that the person living abroad is still alive.

Read more about living abroad

Before you apply

Your occupational pension consists of different parts. When and how you can have your pension paid out works in different ways depending on the part.

Read more about your options for taking out occupational pension at our website

How to apply

How you apply for your parts function a little differently.

The selectable part

Your money could be with different insurance companies. You need to apply for this part with the insurance company you have selected.

How to apply for your selectable part

Kåpan Tjänste

Kåpan Government Employees Pension Fund manages this part. Login at Kapan.se to apply, choose from which age you want payment to start and for how long you wish the pension to be paid out. There is also forms available in English. Mina sidor at Kapan.se is only available in Swedish and to be able to login you need a Swedish Personal identification number.

Login and apply at kapan.se

The defined benefit retirement pension

If you have a defined benefit retirement pension SPV will contact you about seven months before you reach your retirement age and will ask you if will keep on working or retire. If you want to retire earlier you need to contact SPV.

Read more about how you apply for defined benefit retirement pension

If you become long-term sick

When you are employed by the state and receive sjukersättning or aktivitetsersättning from Försäkringskassan you may have the right to additional benefits from Statens Tjänstepensionsverk, SPV. This benefit is called sick pension.

Read more at SPV.se about information what happens if you become sick

If you should pass away

When you are employed by the state you have benefits for your family if you should pass away, this would be survivors pension and group life insurance. You could also have repayment cover for parts of your occupational pension, which means that your family will receive your pension if you pass away.

Read more about what your family could receive if you pass away at SPV.se

Questions?

If you have any questions about your occupational pension please contact SPV. At spv.se you can send them an email, find answers to commonly asked questions and login to chat. You can also call their customer service at: 020 – 51 50 40. If you call from abroad please call: +46 60 18 74 00.

The National Government Employee Pensions Board, Statens Tjänstepensionsverk (SPV) manages occupational pension from state employment.

Contact SPV

If you have questions regarding your national public pension please contact the Swedish Pension Agency at: 0771-776 776 or read more at pensionsmyndigheten.se. If you call from abroad please call: +46 498 200 700.

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