The retirement age for the StiPP pension plans is 67 years. When you retire you can opt for a stable or variable pension. StiPP provides the stable pension variant, but does not offer a variable pension. If you opt for a variable pension, you can personally select the insurer where your accrued retirement capital will be converted into a lifelong variable pension income.
Approximately six months before your 67th birthday, StiPP will send you a letter explaining the procedure leading up to the start of your pension income payments. This letter states the retirement capital that you have accrued up to that date. The letter also indicates the stable lifelong pension income that StiPP expects to pay you.
You can also opt for a variable pension however. If you do, you can personally select the insurer where you ‘purchase’ your pension. StiPP provides information about the possible amount of your variable pension income via StiPP.metpensioen.nl. Based on that initial summary, you can subsequently request more information. StiPP offers this service via Apple Tree, the broker associated with MetPensioen. You can choose the insurer where you purchase your variable pension up to 1 month before your intended retirement date. If required, Apple Tree can assist you in making a final choice.
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Apple Tree offers you the choice of several insurance companies.
About Apple Tree
Apple Tree is an independent adviser and specialist in generating pension income flows when annuities mature. Thanks to the collaboration with StiPP, the advisers at Apple Tree can make you the best offer for your variable pension income via this website.
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