We want you to understand exactly how your pension works. Everything you need to know about your PSPP pension is here, whether you are a new member, a mid-career member or a soon-to-be retired member.
The Public Service Pension Plan (PSPP) was established for Government of Alberta and Alberta public service positions, excluding management positions. Areas of employment in public service include psychology, communications, law, auditing, biological sciences, economics, chemistry, forestry and human resources.
"When I was in my 20s, I'm not sure I would have put that money away on my own. It's the future members need to think about. Remember what you're aiming for and know the pension plan will help you get there." – David McFalls, Correctional Officer
Top 5 Forms
- Designation of Beneficiary(ies) (2)
- Pension Partner Information Form (5)
- Declaration of Pension Partner Status Form (36)
- T2033 Canada Revenue Agency Form
- Retirement Application Form (21) (If you are currently employed by a PSPP employer, you should talk to your employer to complete this form.)
Top 5 Questions
- What are my options if I leave the Plan before I reach age 55?
- How long will it take to process my termination benefit?
- When can I retire?
- If I change jobs and leave the Plan, can I transfer my pension to my new employer's pension plan?
- How much do I contribute?