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Orange envelope - annual statement for your national public pension

Every year, you who have earned towards the national public pension receive an annual statement from the Swedish Pensions Agency, it is called the orange envelope. The orange envelope contains an overview of your national public pension and looks different for those who are still saving for their pension and for those who are pensioners.

The content of the annual statement depends on whether you have started to take out your pension or not. You can get it in paper form or digitally.

Annual statement for pension savers

If you were born in 1938 or later and are still earning towards your pension, the orange envelope will inform you of how much you have earned so far for your national public pension, i.e. income pension and premium pension.

The annual statement shows the total national public pension earned up to your last declared income. You can also see which funds your premium pension money is invested in and how the funds have developed during the year.

Annual statement for pensioners born in 1938 or later

If you have started to take out your pension, the orange envelope will inform you of how much pension you receive each month of the year and what payment days apply. You can also see which funds your premium pension money is invested in and how the funds have developed during the year, or the value and development of traditional insurance if you have chosen that instead of fund insurance.

If you continue to work and therefore continue to earn towards your national public pension in Sweden, it will be shown in the annual statement.

Payment statement for those born in 1937 or earlier

If you were born in 1937 or earlier, you will receive a payment statement showing the days that the pension is paid and how much pension you receive per month.

Orange envelope as paper mail or through digital mailbox

You will receive your orange envelope as a paper mail for your mailbox. It is important that we have your current address so that you can receive annual statements and other information such as life certificates and decisions if you are a pensioner.

If you live abroad and have changed your address at the Swedish Tax Agency in Sweden, we will receive information about your new address from them. Otherwise, you can report a change of address by email to us. If you want to do that, send a scanned and signed copy with your Swedish personal identity number or co-ordination number and your current address to

kundservice@pensionsmyndigheten.se

You can also send your address information and personal identity number or co-ordination number in a signed letter to:

Pensionsmyndigheten
SE-839 77 Östersund
SWEDEN

If you are connected to a digital mailbox, you will receive your orange envelope digitally instead of by paper mail. To get a digital mailbox, you need a Swedish e-ID.

You can get an e-ID by being a customer at a Swedish bank, you also need to have a Swedish personal identity number. Contact the e-ID issuer directly to find out exactly what rules apply.

Different types of E-ID