Improved Cooperation Between Rehabilitation Actors

(26.03.2015 - Notice)
Working lives could be extended by increasing the support of the rehabilitation of people with a partial working capacity. The situation is challenging, however, since the liability for the rehabilitation is divided between numerous actors.

Solvency Rules of Earnings-related Pension Providers to be Reformed

(24.03.2015 - News)
The regulations about the calculation of the solvency limit of earnings-related pension providers and the decentralisation of investments will be reformed. The acts will come into force as of the beginning of 2017. In the calculation of the solvency, essential investment risks will be taken into account more comprehensively than currently.

Earnings-related Pension Reform Will Reach Its Goals

(11.02.2015 - Notice)
According to our projections at the Finnish Centre for Pensions, the 2017 pension reform will extend working lives, defer retirement and raise the average pension of future age cohorts on all educational levels. At the same time, the pressure to raise the earnings-related pension contributions will be reduced.

Clearly Rising Effective Retirement Age

(05.02.2015 - Notice)
According to statistics of the Finnish Centre for Pensions, the effective retirement age rose significantly in 2014. On average, the Finns retired on an earnings-related pension at age 61.2 years. The equivalent figure in 2013 was 60.9 years.

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