Have you been working in different countries in Europe? Unsure about your later pension? Welcome to Find your Pension (FYP)!

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Get tailored information to
find out how pensions work

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Start the pension compass
to find your pension

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Track your pension on
your dashboard

The new FYP portal is a work in progress. It offers mobile workers orientation and assistance in dealing with their pension claims all across Europe. Soon, more tailored information as well as additional pension institutions and providers in the EU/EEA will be presented to feed the pension compass.

Your Life Situation

What is your current life situation? Here you can find pension information targeted for certain life situations.

News & Events

Read about our latest news, events and publications.

ETS event in Berlin

We welcome those wishing to join us in Berlin's Humboldt University Ballroom in the afternoon of September 29th. Registration here!

Newsletter 07/2022

We will inform you on the upcoming ETS events, the social innovative context of the ETS project, our latest NTS-meeting held in May and the start of our European Forum on Pension Communication.

Newsletter 05/2022

News from the ETS project

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Keep track on your dashboard

Use your personal dashboard to create your pension overview by

  • Saving all pension providers and institutions you have been affiliated in your pension overview to keep track of your pension provision
  • Collecting personal pension data via the FYP Pension Tracker function (currently implemented for Belgium)
  • Entering your expected pension pay-out in the pension overview
  • Creating your personal action list by saving and following the FYP recommendations

The different sources of old-age provision

Did you know that your pension benefits from within Europe will come from different sources? Maybe you’ve noticed some differences already while moving around: All countries in Europe have got their own pension landscape consisting of different sources, tiers and levels being as diverse as the European States themselves.

In order to give you orientation within the different pension systems you may have earned pension benefits, this page will provide you with very basic information on

  • how the European countries’ pension landscapes are composed and
  • what that means for you.

In Europe, pension schemes can be described by classifying three main roles, purposes and settings. You will recognize them by the icons below:

Statutory Pension

The ancient building is our symbol for the statutory, state or public pension schemes.

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Occupational Pension

The office building represents the workplace related / occupational or company pension schemes.

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Private Pension Savings

The private house symbolises the voluntary, private pension savings schemes.

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