Child-raising pension

The child-raising pension (or "Mammerent") is intended for parents, or any other persons acting in loco parentis (in lieu and place of the parents), who have, in the main, devoted themselves to bringing up one or more children. Entitlement to the child-raising pension is acquired at the age of 65.

The child-raising pension must not be confused with the baby years measure: the baby years measure also falls within the scope of recognising the work that parents put into bringing up their children. These periods are taken into account for pension insurance purposes.

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