Pension fra andre lande i Europa

Nogle Europæiske lande tilbyder et pensionsoverblik til borgere eller arbejdstagere, som nu eller tidligere, har arbejdet eller været bosat i det pågældende land. Har du optjent pension eller en pensionsrettighed i et Europæisk land, har du mulighed for at indhente pensionsoplysninger via de hjemmesider, vi henviser til herunder. In English Some European countries offer an overview of their pensions, for citizens or workers, who now or previously, have worked or lived in the country. If you have earned a pension scheme or pension rights in an European country, you can gather information via the websites, introduced below.


Anyone who has earned pension contributions in Sweden can login to the pension tracker and see their entire pension and make pension projections. The service is a public private partnership and is financed in equal measures between the Government and the insurance companies in Sweden. The service is free of charge for the user.

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Anyone who has earned pension rights (all 3 pillars) in Norway can login to the pension tracker and see their entire pensionrights and make pension projections. The service is provided by a private company but is fully financed by the insurance companies in Norway. The service is free of charge for the user.

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Belgium gives an overview of first and second pillar pension entitlements in Belgium. Second pillar information will be accessible as from October 2016. Starting 2017, the portal will also offer an estimation of the total first pillar pension (employee, self-employed and civil servant schemes combined and given certain assumptions). is accessible via a Belgian identity card or token and is managed by Belgian public institutions.

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Have you been working in other European countries? Then many questions regarding mobility and its impact on pension issues may arise. The website provides answers to frequently asked questions in terms of pension accrual, entitlements and applications in various European countries in a concise way. In addition, here people employed in the research (public) sector in Europe find the state and occupational pension providers they are/were members of. The initiative aims to support workers in navigating within the European Pension Landscapes and in dealing with their different pension claims.
Editor of the website in progress is the FindyourPension project, run by the Supplementary Pension Institution of the German Federation and the Federal States (VBL) and sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

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The Money Advice Service helps people manage their money better, improving people?s understanding and knowledge of financial matters and their ability to manage their own financial affairs. We offer free and impartial money advice including pensions and retirement which is available online, in printed guides, over the phone and by webchat. It is a free service for users. We also work in partnership with other organisations to help people make the most of their money. We are an independent service, set up by government.

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The website, launched in 2011, provides personal pension information of the two first pillars: the state pension and the employers pension. To get started, you have tot log in with a so called DigiD.

The website is renewed in 2015 and presents the information in layers: the visitor chooses the level of details. Next to the personal pension information, the website also informs visitors about the consequences of life-events on the financial status at an older age. is a joint initiative of the Dutch pension funds, pension insurance companies and the Social Insurance Bank (SVB).

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