Up to what age can retirement be postponed?

Up to what age can retirement be postponed?

Retirement can be postponed until the age of 70 at the most, and a distinction is made between two types.

  1. You remain active with the same work hours, and the retirement date is postponed.
  2. In the case of partial retirement, you reduce your work hours in a maximum of three partial steps of at least 20 percent each. In two of the three possible steps, you can make a capital withdrawal.

Whether and to what extent retirement savings capital continues to be saved during this period is decided by the employer's pension plan. By law, however, it is not possible to continue insuring the risk benefits of disability and death.

Im­pro­ving retirement provision

Pension advice for private individuals

It pays to plan early

Based on an individual pension analysis, we show you how you can plan your retirement provision at an early stage and fill any pension shortfalls. So that you can look forward to the third stage of your life confidently.