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Finnish pension system still one of the best in international comparison

The Finnish retirement income system ranked 4th in the international Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index (MMGPI) comparison. The country’s overall ranking fell by one notch.

For the sixth time in a row, Finland topped the integrity and transparency sub-indexes.

Anu Polvinen,

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Working old-age pensioners are satisfied with their life

Post-retirement work has become more common in Finland and in other countries in recent years. Older people who continue working after retirement have been found to be happier and healthier than those who are not working, writes Senior Researcher Anu Polvinen.

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View the money flows

The pension assets of the earnings-related pension scheme decreased in 2018 by 6.1 billion euros, amounting to 196 billion euros at year-end. The last time the pension assets decreased was in 2011, as a result of the euro crisis. Examine the money flows with our visualisation. – About Pensions for Experts