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In your part-time work you may earn 35–70% of the established income level from your full-time work, which is your average income over five years. Your working time and income must decrease in proportion to each other. You cannot be absent from work consecutively for more than six weeks, not including annual holidays and sick leaves.
The amount of part-time pension is half of the difference between the full-time and part-time wages, in other words half of the loss of income resulting from the transfer to part-time work. The pension calculator will provide you with an estimate of the amount of pension you will receive and how a part-time pension would affect your old-age pension.The income from part-time work must remain on the same level as it was when the part-time pension began. Inform Keva if your income from part-time work changes more than 10 per cent so that the amount of part-time pension can be recalculated. Any excess pension paid will be collected from you.
Pension accrues from part-time work at the same rate as for full-time work, i.e.
Pension accrues from the loss of income as follows: