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Who pays what contributions?

Who is insured with comPlan as part of occupational benefits? What salary is insured and what contributions are due? Who makes what contributions to comPlan – a concise and simple overview.




Insured persons




Insured salary


Beginning of membership


End of membership


Voluntary insurance


Amount of the contributions


Changing savings options


Risk contributions


Conversion loss contributions


Extraordinary contributions


Volume of extraordinary contributions

Due to lower interest and investment income and rising life expectancy, comPlan had to lower the conversion rate. For insureds born in 1969 and older who were insured with comPlan on 31 March 2017, retirement pensions at age 65 are reduced by a maximum of 6% in the Standard savings option. These insureds receive extraordinary contributions in favour of their retirement savings for 60 months. The costs of this cushioning measure are being financed by Swisscom (CHF 50 million) and comPlan (CHF 250 million).

You can see the amount of the monthly special contribution on your pension statement.


Crediting of extraordinary contributions

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