Page ContentIt's important that you reflect your pension briefly each yearYour pension is a part of the money from which you must live later. This is why it is important that you know how much money you could receive later. This is why we advise you to do a pension check each year. Check your pension in 4 stepsA pension check takes 15 minutes at most. Do this, for example, when you receive your pension overview. Or if something changes in your private life or at work. Step 1: Log in at mijnpgbpensioen.nlUsing your registration number and password, log in at www.mijnpgbpensioen.nl. This is a secured website. Therefore you are the only person who can access your data. Step 2: Check how much pension you will receive You can see which net amount you will receive per month when you retire, including your old-age pension. You can also see how much pension your partner will receive from us if you die. Do you have other pensions elsewhere? Then add this to the pension that you have with us. Step 3: List your expenses List your fixed expenses. Also consider what you want to do when you retire and estimate the accompanying expenses. Step 4: Compare your income with your expensesCompare your expected expenses with your total pension. Are your expected expenses higher? Then it's probably wise to make additional arrangements for your pension. Building up extra pension for example.