Payment dates 2023: we will pay your pension benefit between the 21st and 26th of the month
Payment dates 2023: we will pay your pension benefit between the 21st and 26th of the month. Click here for the 2023 payment dates.
Moving abroad while receiving your pension
Are you moving abroad during your retirement? Nothing changes with respect to your gross pension. There are however a number of other things you need to consider.Read more
Each year, the Board assesses whether the Fund’s financial position is strong enough to increase your pension in line with the increase in prices. This is known as indexation. Your pension was increased by 9.57% per 1 January 2023.Read more
Frequently Asked Questions
You do not need to notify changes to us if you live in the Netherlands. Changes of address, a marriage, death or divorce are notified to us automatically by your municipality as long as you live in the Netherlands. You do not have to notify us in this case. You can register a different e-mail address in My details.
If you divorce, end a registered partnership or end a period of cohabitation, your former partner may be entitled to special partner’s pension payable to them on your death. The amount of special partner’s pension depends on your specific situation. You and your former partner will be informed accordingly in writing.
Receive your mail in digital form in MyIFFPension
You receive some of your mail in digital form.
- A monthly pension statement
- An annual statement each year in January
- An annual Uniform Pension Statement
All these documents are available in Mijn documenten. To view these documents, log in with your DigiD. If you have chosen to receive mail by surface mail, you receive everything in your letterbox, apart from the monthly pension statement. You will only receive this if your pension benefit changes.
What choices do you have in our pension scheme?
You can read here about the options available when you retire. For instance, arranging a pension for your surviving dependants or a higher pension benefit initially and a lower benefit later on.Read more