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If you marry, start cohabiting or enter into a registered partnership

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If you marry or enter into a registered partnership

If you are married or if you have a registered partnership, your partner will be entitled to a survivor’s pension in the event of your death. You can see on your Uniform Pension Overview and at MijnPPF how much pension your partner will receive in the event of your death. If you believe that the provisions for a survivor’s pension are insufficient, you should arrange for extra cover.

Important!
If you have entered into non-marital cohabitation, your partner will not automatically be entitled to a survivor’s pension in the event of your death. In order for your partner to be eligible for this, you have to register your partner with Philips Pensioenfonds. You can register your partner on the 'Partner Registration' form. Only if your partner is known to us will he/she be entitled to a survivor’s pension in the event of your death.

If you live outside the Netherlands, you must always notify us when you get married, enter into non-marital cohabitation or enter into a registered partnership.

Important!
If you earn more than € 112.189, your employer has taken out insurance for you with ABN AMRO Pensions for the accrual of your survivor’s pension on your earnings above € 112.189. If your civil status changes, you must also notify ABN AMRO Pensions.

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You can find the 'Partner Registration' form and other forms on our downloadpage under 'Forms'

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