Buying non-contributory service
Learn about buying service for a period when your employer participated in the pension plan but you weren’t enrolled.
You may be able to increase your future pension by buying non-contributory service for a period when you worked for an employer participating in BC’s Public Service Pension Plan but did not make pension contributions.
For example, this could be when you were on probation or worked as a term, contract or auxiliary employee before joining the plan.
Buying non-contributory service increases the service that counts toward your pension. This may increase the monthly pension payment amount you receive when you retire, or allow you to apply for an unreduced pension earlier.
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