What does our pension plan offer you?
What does our pension not include?
How do you build up a pension?
What choices do you have?
How secure is your pension?
What are the costs?
When do you need to take action?
Your defined contribution is based on your annual gross salary plus your holiday allowance. This so called fixed salary is capped fiscally at an amount which is Euro 105.075 (in 2018).
However, the part for which no contribution is determined, is called the state pension offset, as you will receive a state pension as well. The offset is set each year and is Euro 13,344 (in 2018). Hence the defined contribution % is being applied to your annual gross salary plus holiday allowance minus the offset, to the so called pension base.
The defined contribution % to be paid by the employer depends on your age and is set as follows:
(27.000 x 50%) x 6.6% = Euro 891
21 to 25 2.8%
25 to 30 3.9%
30 to 35 5.1%
35 to 40 6.6%
40 to 45 8.3%
45 to 50 10.4%
50 to 55 12.7%
55 to 60 15.7%
60 to 65 19.4%
65 to 67 22.6%
Suppose your fixed salary is Euro 40,000, the offset is Euro 13,000, you work 50% part-time and your age is 37. The contribution calculation is as follows:
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As per 1 January 2019 ABN AMRO Pensioenen is the new provider of your pension plan. For questions related to your personal pension please contact ABN AMRO Pensioenen
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