Active members of the public service pension plan
Find information about your public service pension plan as an employee of the federal public service.
Services and information
New to the public service
Learn about the public service pension plan, when you are eligible to join the plan and how you may be able to increase your pensionable service.
Increasing your pension
Find information about how you may be able to increase your pension through a service buyback, transfer value reinstatement and pension transfer agreement.
Taking a leave of absence
Learn about how your pension may be affected when you are on leave without pay.
Getting married or reaching common-law status
Find out whether your new partner may be eligible for the survivor benefit under the pension plan.
Access information to help you understand the pension implications if you become disabled or suffer from a long-term illness.
Becoming a parent
Find out about the child allowance that may be available for your children.
Find out what happens to your pension if you end your employment in the federal public service.
Preparing for retirement
Learn about your public service pension to help you choose the retirement options that are right for you.
Divorce or separation
Learn about how a divorce or separation may affect your pension benefits.
When death occurs
Learn about the survivor benefits your survivors and children may be eligible for in the event of your death.
Work force adjustment
Explore your pension options in the event that you are in a work force adjustment situation.
Working past age 65
Planning to work past age 65? Find information about how this may affect your pension benefits.
Plan member responsibilities
Review guidelines to help you understand your responsibilities as a member of the public service pension plan.
Learn about how your pension may be affected if you decide to work part-time.
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