Page Content Why do I receive several pension overviews? In the following situations you will receive several pension overviews: - You are accruing additional retirement pension with us. - You are partly disabled and are partly accruing pension with us via your employer. - You are disabled and have an Anw-Plus insurance. - You are accruing pension with us via 2 different employers. - You are accruing a pension with us (and pay the full contribution yourself). On what data is my pension overview based?Your pension overview is based on the data known to us on 1 January 2017. Have you been accruing additional pension from 1 January 2017? Or do you have an Anw-Plus insurance from 1 January 2017? If so, this is not yet stated on your pension overview. My pension overview mentions pension from age 65 to age 67 and pension from age 67. Why is this? In 2013 the retirement age increased from 65 to 67. From that time, we calculate your pension in a different way. Namely as if you will retire at age 67 instead of at age 65. When you retire, we will convert your pension amounts into 1 pension amount. What if your retire at age 67? Then you will not receive any pension from age 65 to age 67. However, your pension amount from age 67 will rise. This is because we convert your pension from age 65 to age 67 into pension from age 67.What if you retire before the age of 67? Then your pension amount from age 67 will decrease. This is because you accrue pension over a shorter period and because the pension will be paid out to you earlier and over a longer period. I am living together. Why is my partner not mentioned on my pension overviewThis is because we do not know who your partner is. If you start living together, the municipality where you live will not notify us. You can register your partner with us yourself. Only then will your partner receive a pension from us when you die.Can I arrange additional pension for my partner?Yes, this is possible if you are currently not or partly accruing partner's pension. On your pension overview you can see whether this is the case. Your partner will then receive more pension if you die before your retirement date than if you die after your retirement date. You can also take out Anw-Plus insurance. Here you can read more about accruing additional pension for your partner. Here you can read more about insuring an Anw-Plus insurance for your partner. I am currently accruing additional partner's pension. Is this mentioned on my pension overview?Yes, your additional partner's pension is also mentioned on your pension overview. However, this amount is not stated separately, for the partner's pension on your overview includes the additional partner's pension that you are accruing with us. If I die before I retire, my partner will receive more pension than if I die after my retirement date. Why is this?This is because you have insurance for (part of) your partner's pension. We refer to this as risk insurance. Are you going to work for another employer? Or are you retiring? Then this insurance will stop automatically. Your partner will then receive less pension from us when you die. As long as you continue to accrue pension with us, you can opt to accrue additional partner's pension. Are you going to work for another employer or are you retiring? Then you can opt to use part of your retirement pension for a higher partner's pension. I am divorced and I have apportioned my pension pot. Can I see this on my pension overview?No, you will not see the apportionment of your pension pot on your pension overview. Partner's pension: Your ex-partner will receive the partner's pension that you accrued until you separated. Except if your ex-partner has waived the partner's pension. You see only the amount that remains. Retirement pension: We do not automatically apportion your retirement pension. This is because you can do so in several ways. Were you divorced before 1 January 2017 and did you pass on to us the apportionment of your retirement pension? And did you receive confirmation that we have processed this in our administration? Then your pension overview will show only your own pension overview. The pension for your ex-partner is not stated on the overview. Why is it that I accrue less pension in 2016 than in 2015?The amount of pension you accrue with us depends on the amount you earn and on the number of hours that you work. Did you start working fewer hours? Then you accrue less pension with us. Also if something changes in your pension scheme, this will have an effect on your pension. My accrued pension is the same as the pension I can get if I continue working until my retirement date. Why is this?This is because you no longer accrue any pension with us. Or because you started working for a new employer in 2017. In that case we do not yet have any salary data from you. And without this information we are unable to calculate how much pension you can still accrue. Can I have my pension paid out in one goYes, this is possible. This is referred to as commutation. 3 conditions apply: 1. You have not accrued any pension with us for more than 2 years. 2. Your pension is lower than € 467.89 gross per year (amount in 2017). 3. You do not transfer your pension to your new pension fund or pension insurer. Here you can read more about commuting your pension. I transferred pension to Pensioenfonds PGB. Is this pension stated on my pension overview? Yes, the transfer of accrued benefits is also stated on your pension overview. However, the amounts are not stated separately, for the amounts on your overview include the pension you have transferred. Take note: If you have not yet received confirmation of your transfer of accrued benefits, or if the transfer date of your transfer of accrued benefits is in 2017, then the amounts on your pension overview do not include the pension you transferred. Why is it that the amounts on my pension overview are not the same as the amounts on the mijnpensioenoverzicht.nl website? Possibly not all data have been processed on mijnpensioenoverzicht.nl. The correct data are stated on the pension overview you received from us. Your new data will be stated on mijnpensioenoverzicht.nl as soon as possible. I have Anw-Plus insurance. Why is the insured amount different from the amount on the policy I received earlier this year?Your pension overview states the insured amount for 2016. The policy you received earlier this year states the amount including the annual increase for 2017. When I calculate the pension I can receive later, I arrive at a different amount than the amount on my pension overview. Why is this?In calculating your pension we look at your pension scheme in 2017. However, we use your salary data of 2016. Why can I no longer log in at mijnpgbpensioen.nl to view my pension overview?This year we switched to logging in using DigiD, for this is even safer. What if you don't have a DigiD? Then you can apply for it via digid.nl. What if you are living abroad? Then you can only apply for a DigiD if you have Dutch nationality.