Children's pension

If you die or receive disability or retirement pension, your children may be eligible for a children’s pension.

Children, who are conceived after the member has been transferred to disability or retirement pension, are not eligible for a children’s pension.

Regulations 4

On Regulations 4, the children’s pension account for up to 10 % of the retirement pension at age 65. For privately employed and self-employed the children’s pension is optional. The children’s pension is paid every month upon death and disability until age 18.

Regulations 3

On Regulations 3, the children’s pension account for 20 % of the disability pension at age 65. The children’s pension is paid every month upon death and disability until age 21. Members, who in January 2007 opted for Regulations 3 from Regulations 1 or 2, also have children’s pension upon retirement. However, this only applies if the member retires before 1 January 2017. The children’s pension is paid until age 21, however, no later than until 1 January 2017.

Any adoptive children and stepchildren, who were supported by you at the time of retirement or death, are also entitled to children's pension. This applies to all Regulations.

From the pension statement you can see the size and time of payment of the children’s pension.

Further information

Any adoptive children and stepchildren, who were supported by you at the time of retirement or death, are also entitled to children's pension. This applies to all Regulations.

From the pension statement you can see the size and time of payment of the children’s pension.