For retirees

For retirees

Our payments are made on the 18th or 19th of every month. If these dates are weekends or holidays, the payment is made on the closest preceding week day. Our payments are made via Swedbank.

Payment date

We will pay out your service pension on the following dates during 2017. These dates depend on when during the month you were born.

Payment dates for your service pension
  Jan Feb Mar Apr Maj Jun Jul Aug Sep Okt Nov Dec
Född dag
1-15
18 17 17 18 18 19 18 18 18 18 17 18
Född dag
16-31
19 20 20 19 19 19 19 18 19 19 20 19
Payment dates for part time pension
  Jan Feb Mar Apr Maj Jun Jul Aug Sep Okt Nov Dec
Datum 25 24 24 25 24 26 25 25 25 25 24 22

Change your account number

We pay out your pension to the bank account you have selected. Since we collaborate with Swedbank for pension disbursement, you must notify them if you wish to change your account.

Bank account in Sweden

If you have a Swedish account, you can register with Swedbank's account records by visiting

www.swedbank.se/kontoregister

This can be done with or without a Swedish electronic identification (Swedish eID or BankID).

Alternately you can register by filling out a form and returning it to Swedbank.

Notification of account number for pensions (pdf, new window)

Bank account abroad

If you have an overseas account, you can only register your account by filling out a form and returning it to Swedbank.

Notification of account number for pensions (pdf, new window)

Questions about account registration

If you have any questions about how you register your account, please contact Swedbank by calling +46 858 590 000.

Change address

If you move, it is important that you submit your new address to the Swedish Tax Agency.

How to change your address

Living abroad

If you move abroad or are already living abroad, there are some things that you should keep in mind.

Living abroad

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