The PSSP provides retirement benefits to individuals who work in a Nova Scotia government department or at a participating municipality, university, agency, board, or commission.
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Sign in to the secure My Retirement Plan Member website to view your personal pension information. For active Plan members only, not available for retirees.
When thinking about survivor benefits for your loved ones, it is important to know who is eligible and what options are available.
Your pension can be one of your most valuable assets. Whether you are entering a new spousal relationship, ending a spousal relationship, or getting a divorce, you will need to inform us.
Your pension can be one of your most valuable assets. The following section details what you need to know if your spousal relationship changes after you have retired.
During your career, you may have periods of time when you did not contribute to the PSSP, such as approved leaves.
Information regarding disability benefits
Often Plan members belong to more than one pension plan throughout their career. Reciprocal transfer agreements permit Plan members to transfer service from one plan to another.
If you stop working with an employer who participates in the PSSP before you are eligible to collect a pension, you have a couple of options for the pension benefit that you have accumulated in the Plan.