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You have a new job

A new job can have consequences for your pension.

Congratulations with your new job! This means that you must make a number of choices regarding your pension. Which choices depends on your situation:
- You are new at Pensioenfonds PGB
- You continue to build up pension with Pensioenfonds PGB
- You are no longer building up pension with Pensioenfonds PGB

You are new at Pensioenfonds PGB
We have a special page for you. It contains information that is important to you, since you are new to Pensioenfonds PGB.

You continue to build up pension with Pensioenfonds PGB
Via your new employer you are still building up pension with us. But you likely have a new pension scheme. You can look at both of the schemes here.

You will receive a letter from us with the choices you can make. Which choices you can make depends on your new pension scheme:

1. Would you like to build up extra pension for yourself?
You may be able to build up extra pension with us. If you did so with your previous employer, that will have stopped when you started your new job. Here you can read how to build up extra pension.

2. Would you like to build up extra pension for your partner?
Will your partner receive less than 70% of the retirement pension if you die when you are no longer working for your employer? Then you can build up extra pension for your partner. You can read how this works here.

3. Would you like to insure General surviving relatives act pension for your partner?
You can take out General surviving relatives act insurance for your partner. If you pass away, your partner will receive this pension in addition to our partner pension. Read what General surviving relatives act pension is and how to arrange for it. Read what General surviving relatives act pension is and how to arrange for it.

You are no longer building up pension with Pensioenfonds PGB
Is your new employer not registered with us? Then you are no longer building up pension with us. The pension you have already built up remains yours.

There are some other changes as well:
- If you pass away your partner will recieve less or no partner pension from us.
- If you become unfit for work, then we will not pay for building up your pension. Unless you were sick prior to becoming unemployed. Then we will pay for the part for which you became incapacitated for work because of your illness.

You will receive a letter from us with the choices you can make. Which choices they are depends on your new pension scheme:

1. Would you like to transfer your pension?
You may leave your pension with us. But you can also take it with you. You arrange this via your new pension fund or pension insurer. Here you can read how to take your pension with you.

2. Would you like to arrange more pension for your partner?
Is your partner pension less than legally permitted? You can choose for more pension for your partner. This will cause your own pension to decrease.

3. Would you like to continue to build up pension with us?
Are you not building up any pension via your new employer? You can continue to build up pension with us. You have to decide within 9 months of starting your new job. You can read how this works here.  You can read how this works here.

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