i-Pension Average Pay or Final Pay is a clear pension scheme. Your employees know exactly how much retirement income they are going to receive.
How does it work?
In the case of an average pay and final pay pension scheme, the amount of the retirement income is fixed. The premium and the amount of the retirement income depend on the amount of salary, the period that an employee is employed by you and the annual accrual percentage.Average pay is the name for a pension scheme for employees.
Accruing a pension in an average or final pay scheme
The words 'average pay' and 'final pay' almost speak for themselves. In the case of average pay, the employee receives a retirement income based on the average wage he or she earns over the years. In the case of final pay, this is a retirement income based on his last-earned salary.
Why would employers opt for i-Pension Middelloon?
||A disadvantage of average pay is that the employer runs the risk of extra pension costs in the event of transfer of accrued benefits. In the case of transfer of accrued benefits, the employee takes the accrued pension with him or her to the pension provider of the next employer. We have a solution for the risk of additional pension costs in the event of future transfer of accrued benefits. Read more about this.|
Why do employers opt for i-Pension Final Pay?
Need a quote or advice?
As a good employer, you want to choose a pension that is right for your business and for your employees. We have a wide range of options to suit every type of business. Such as an investment-based defined contribution pension scheme, possibly in conjunction with Nettopensioen. A complete overview of our products is available.
If you would like to know more about this or any of our other pension schemes, or would like to get specific advice on a pension scheme for your employees, contact an independent financial adviser. Zwitserleven has an excellent relationship with a large number of professional insurance advisers.