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1st Pillar Pension question

I am about to retire and will have worked until the end of May. However, when the AVS (state pension) sent me a calculation of my payments, and thus how much I would receive, none of my 2021 contributions are included. Is this usual ?
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Re: 1st Pillar Pension question

They get and process data on your income for a given year usually sometime around spring next year, so yeah it is not unexpected that they only have data up to 2020 on you at the moment
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I am about to retire and will have worked until the end of May. However, when the AVS (state pension) sent me a calculation of my payments, and thus how much I would receive, none of my 2021 contributions are included. Is this usual ?
Yes as it's quite likely it has not been paid yet, if all your 2020 payments are showing you are doing well.
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Re: 1st Pillar Pension question

Have just had my 1st pension payment, clearly based on payments that were made up until the end of 2020, even though I worked until 31st May
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