Are you a foreigner working in Finland, or perhaps an employer who employs foreigners to work in Finland? Our new flyer “Worker from Abroad” will help you learn more about pension insurance in Finland.
Or perhaps you are a person who lives in Finland but has worked or lived abroad? When you want to apply for a pension from that country, our updated booklet “How to Claim Your Pension from Abroad” will help you do that.
Worker from Abroad: Your Pension Grows for Each Euro You Make
If you are a foreigner working in Finland, this new flyer offers you a brief overview of pension insurance in Finland. It answers some of the questions you may have about pension insurance:
- Who takes out pension insurance for me?
- How does my pension grow when I work in Finland?
- When do I not earn a pension from Finland even if I work here?
You can read the flyer online or order a printed copy of it.
The flyer is available in
- Estonian, and
If you are an employer of foreigners who work in Finland, you can order printed copies of the worker’s guide (free of charge) and hand them out to your foreign employers. Read and order the employer’s guide, as well: How to Insure Workers from Abroad.
How to Claim Your Pension from Abroad
If you have lived or worked abroad, you may have a right to get a pension from that country. The updated booklet How to Claim Your Pension from Abroad helps you apply for your pension from abroad.
The booklet explains, among other things,
- how your claim for a pension from abroad is processed,
- how a pension from abroad affects any Finnish benefits you are getting, and
- how your foreign pension is taxed in Finland.
The new edition of the booklet is available online and in print (free of charge) in five languages:
- Swedish, and