Pension in Norway
Pension is an important part of your employment terms.
In Norway, everyone collects pension benefits in the National Insurance Plan; in addition, you collect an occupational pension from every place you’ve worked throughout your life.
Your employers’ pension contributions provide you with a basis for living well after reaching a point in life when you want to work less; they also help you if you become disabled and/or want to leave money to others if you pass away.
Pensions in Norway
These are the things you need to know about pension when you start working in Norway.
Have you reached retirement age – but still want to keep working?
The pension reform has led to a lot of flexibility regarding your opportunity to decide for yourself how long you want to work. Here’s important information you should know before making any decision about either staying in or leaving the workforce.
Do you want to work longer?
Personal pension account
What is a personal pension account, and what does it mean for you?
New pension agreement - Personal pension account
As a membership benefit, Tekna provides one of Norway’s best pension agreements through investment company Kron.
Read about the new pension agreement with Kron.
Our attorneys answer all of your pension questions
As a member, you receive free legal advice to learn all about pensions and insurance coverage – and how they relate to your own terms of employment.