If you need to be away from work due to illness your will initially receive sick pay from your employer. If you are away for more than two weeks you will receive sickness benefit from the Social Insurance Office. If you are away for a longer period, and are over 18, you will receive extra compensation called a disability pension. This is included in your ITP occupational pension and depends on how much you earn.
To be entitled to a disability pension from ITP, you should:
1. be over 18 and have ITP
2. be at least 25% sick listed
3. Have been on the sick list for more than 90 consecutive days or
have been on the sick list for more than 105 days in different period over the last 12 months
4. be receiving sickness compensation or activity compensation from the Social Insurance Office.
If you become ill your ITP functions exactly as before
If you are ill for a long period, premium payments will not cease for your ITP. Payments will be made exactly as before, which means that your ITP retirement pension will increase exactly as they would if you were working.
This is how disability pension is calculated
Applies from 1 January 2017 if you have an ITP occupational pension.
|Salary in SEK
||Disability pension you will receive at the same time as sickness benefit from the Swedish Social Insurance Agency
||Disability pension you will receive at the same time as sickness or activity compensation from the Swedish Social Insurance Agency|
||Sick day 91-360
||From sick day 361
|0 - 336 000
|336 000 -
1 230 000
|1 230 000-
1 845 000