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Who receives what benefits?

What benefits does comPlan provide? What do insured members receive in the event of departure, retirement, disability or death? A brief and simple explanation of all of comPlan’s benefits.

Upon departure

Vested benefits rights adjustment

Transfer to new pension fund

Transfer to vested benefits foundation

Payout in the event of self-employment

Payout in the event of emigration

Payout of small amounts

In the event of retirement

Retirement pension

Retirement-linked children’s pension

Capital withdrawal

Early retirement

Partial retirement

From the age of 58 you can also retire gradually, i.e. work with a reduced degree of employment while also receiving some of your old-age benefits. Your pension capital and the bridging pension will be distributed proportionately between your partial retirement and your continued employment. You may receive your prorated benefits as capital or in the form of a life-long pension in connection with your early retirement. You and your employer continue to pay contributions for the portion relating to your continued employment, but based on the new, reduced degree of employment and the correspondingly adjusted salary. You may partially retire every 12 months with us. You can calculate the amount of your old-age benefits in the event of partial retirement yourself at comPlan Online. If you reduce your degree of employment after the age of 58 without taking some of your old-age benefits, your entitlement to a bridging pension will be reduced proportionately. 

Adjusting for inflation

Pension payments

In the event of disability

Disability pension

Disability-linked children's pension

Disability old-age pension

Withdrawing disability pension capital

IV advance payment

Adjusting for inflation

Pension payments


Spouse’s pension

Partner’s pension

Lump sum payable on death for married persons

Lump sum payable on death for unmarried persons

Orphan’s pension

Adjusting for inflation

Pension payments

All details accurate as of December 2018. Subject to change. The provisions of the pension regulations apply in any case.