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KEY DATES: When will you get your Swedish pension statement?

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KEY DATES: When will you get your Swedish pension statement?
It is not as intimidating as it may seem. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT

Everyone who lives and works in Sweden will soon receive their so-called 'orange envelope', the annual statement that reveals the size of your future Swedish pension. Here are the key dates to be aware of in 2024.


Sweden's annual pension statement, which is usually simply referred to as “the orange envelope” (det orange kuvertet), was sent to pensioners in mid-January – and it's now starting to drop into the mailboxes of everyone who has not yet retired.

You don’t need to do anything when you get it; it just contains information. But it is a good idea to keep on top of your future savings, whether you’re in Sweden for the long run or not. This article by The Local explains how to decipher your orange envelope.


It will be sent out to people in the following regions on the following dates:

February 12th-16th: Västmanland, Dalarna, Gävleborg, Västernorrland, Jämtland, Västerbotten, Norrbotten.

From February 15th: Rest of the world.

February 19th-23th: Stockholm.

February 26th-March 1st: Uppsala, Södermanland, Östergötland, Jönköping, Kronoberg, Kalmar.

March 4th-8th: Västra Götaland, Värmland, Örebro.

March 11th-15th: Skåne, Blekinge, Halland, Gotland.

Here’s The Local’s guide to how to maximise your Swedish pension.


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Emma Löfgren, Editor 2024/01/24 11:12
L, could it be that you've got a digital mailbox, so it gets sent there instead? Presumably you could contact Pensionsmyndigheten if you want to start receiving it, but it shouldn't be a problem that you're not getting it (since you know that you are getting a pension). It just contains information, so it's nothing you need to act on.
L 2024/01/24 09:58
For years, I never got it. What could be wrong? I can check the information on though

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