Increasing Number of People Work Regularly in Several Countries

(26.01.2016 - News)
The Finnish Centre for Pensions decides whether an employee or a self-employed person is to be covered by Finnish social security while working abroad. The number of applications for an A1 certificate for posted employees received by the Finnish Centre for Pensions continued to grow in 2015. An increasing number of posted employees work regularly in two or more countries. The number of employees working in several countries has grown also in other EU countries.

The Finnish Centre for Pensions Participates in Study on Partial Pension Schemes

(25.01.2016 - News)
One of the research projects of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) is titled Extending working lives through flexible retirement schemes. The Finnish Centre for Pensions will participate in this project.

Surviving Spouse’s Pensions Paid For Longer Periods

(20.01.2016 - News)
In the last two decades, the costs of the surviving spouse’s pensions within the earnings-related pension system have nearly doubled. In 2014, surviving spouse’s pensions were paid for 17 years on average.

Renewed Publication Series

(30.12.2015 - News)
The publication series of the Finnish Centre for Pensions will be renewed as of the beginning of 2016. In the future, our expertise will be published in four series: Research, Reports, Statistics and Handbooks.

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