Your employer pays money equivalent to 1,5 percent (after deductions of your salary) of your salary into this part of your occupational pension.
Example: This is how much your employer pays
Example 1: Paulo's monthly salary is 27 000 SEK. His employer pays money equivalent to 1,5 percent of his salary to Kåpan Flex.
27 000 * 0,015 = 405 SEK
Total: Paulo's employer pays 405 SEK monthly to his Kåpan Flex.
Example 2: Anna's salary is 45 000 SEK. Her employer pays money equivalent to 1,5 percent of her salary to Kåpan Flex.
45 000 * 0,015 = 675 SEK
Total: Anna's employer pays 675 SEK monthly to her Kåpan Flex.
Your money is placed with Kåpan Government Employees Pension Fund
The money that your employer pays is placed in a traditional insurance called Kåpan Flex with a guranteed interest, managed by Kåpan Tjänstepension. The insurance is by default without a repayment cover. You can if you wish, choose to add repayment cover. To change repayment cover contact Kåpan Government Employees Pension Fund.
If your employment ends
If your employment within the government sector ends, your employer stops paying pension into Kåpan Tjänste for you. Kåpan Government Employees Pension Fund will continue to manage the money until you retire and start to withdraw the pension.
Right to receive information regarding the insurances you have as a part of your occupational pension
You have the right to receive information regarding the insurances you have as a part of your occupational pension. The following is examples of information:
- Information regarding cost and fees connected to the insurance
- Which government authority is the regulatory agency
- Which possibilities you have to present complaints regarding the insurance company.
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