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Get to know your pension – whether you're just starting your job or retirement is around the corner.
Enrolling in the pension plan
Enrolment in BC’s Public Service Pension Plan is mandatory for many employees. Your employer will automatically enrol you in the plan.
How pension contributions work
You contribute to your pension through automatic payroll deductions. Your employer also contributes to your pension.
Types of plan members
Regardless of occupation, there are four types of plan members: active, retired, inactive and limited. Learn what this means.
Understand your member benefit statement
Your Member Benefit Statement is a vital tool for retirement planning. Learn more with this guide.
Get your member benefit statement
You will receive a statement each year showing information about your pension.
Understand your retired member pension statement
As a retired member of the plan, you will receive a statement in January each year showing the most current information about your pension.
When will you get your pension statement?
As a retired member, you will receive a pension statement in January each year.
What is the year’s maximum pensionable earnings?
The year’s maximum pensionable earnings amount is set by the federal government.
What happens if you leave your job
If you leave your job with an employer participating in the plan, you will need to make some decisions about your pension.
How to address a concern or appeal a decision
Find out the steps you can take if you have a concern about how the plan rules were applied.
Welcome to the plan
Managing your account information
Divorce and separation
Taking time off work and buying service
Retirement health coverage
Taxes and pension payments
Planning for retirement
Applying for your pension
Welcome to retirement
Death and death benefits
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