Your pension is the money you will live on in the future. Learn more and see which steps you can take to affect your future salary.
What is a pension?
Your pension is the money you will live on when you retire. The National Insurance Scheme contributes one part, your employer contributes one part, and the final part is your own savings.
When can you withdraw your retirement pension?
You can withdraw all or parts of the pension while you are still working, but not before the age of 62. Normal retirement age in Norway is 67 years. If you want to draw a pension earlier, it’s important to have good pension savings.
How can you influence your pension?
- Select the proportion of equities that suits you best
- Get an overview of your expected pension using the pension calculator
- Start saving yourself, the earlier the better
Pension savings are long-term savings that will stay in place for many years. The most important thing is to get started. Find the savings method that is best for you
Pensjonskonto Flex gives you access to a wide selection of pension profiles and competitive mutual funds. You’ll get good advice from our pension experts and an overview of your pension in the Spare app.
Does your employer have another pension provider, but you want to move your pension account to DNB? If you choose to move, you will get a pension account that we’ve decided to call Pensjonskonto Flex.
Get an overview of what you will receive as a pension
Saving for a pension
See how you can save for retirement
Saving for a pension in mutual funds
Save as much as you want and withdraw the money when you want
Individual pension savings (IPS)
Saving for a pension with a tax advantage
Customise your own pension