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Clearly Rising Effective Retirement Age

Clearly Rising Effective Retirement Age

torsdag, 12 februar 2015
  • 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.

Pension Reform 2017: Consequence Analysis

Pension Reform 2017: Consequence Analysis

onsdag, 19 november 2014
  • The Finnish Centre for Pensions has assessed the consequences of the proposed 2017 pension reform in relation to the set objectives. The objectives included the development of the retirement age, employment, pension expenditure and contributions, pension assets, average pension and gender and intergenerational effects.

Pension Reform Agreement Reached

Pension Reform Agreement Reached

onsdag, 19 november 2014
  • The central labour market organisations - the Central Organisation of Finnish Trade Unions (SAK), the Confederation of Finnish Industries (EK), the Local Government Employees (KT), the Finnish Confederation of Professionals STTK - which have negotiated the content of the forthcoming pension reform, have reached an agreement for a proposal for amendments to the earnings-related pension scheme.

Working career and income of part-time pensioners in Finland

Working career and income of part-time pensioners in Finland

fredag, 04 juli 2014
  • This report primarily examines part-time pension recipients who retired between the years 2005–2009. The report is based on register data, through which, for the first time, it is now possible to comprehensively take into account all earnings that accrue statutory pension.

Pensions and public finances in Finland – A generational accounting perspective

Pensions and public finances in Finland – A generational accounting perspective

onsdag, 14 mai 2014
  • A distinguishing feature of Finnish society is that the baby-boom generations are exceptionally large. Finland has already entered the stage of demographic transition where the share of the working-age population is declining because of the population ageing. This is expected to continue at an accelerating rate during the next two decades.