Find out your likely retirement income

In a few steps, our pension calculator can give you an estimate of the income you will get when you retire from the Government's defined benefit Pension Scheme for Public Officers.

The Government pays a pension to all permanent and pensionable retirees who have served at least 25 years of continuous service, or have attained the age of 65 with a minimum of 10 years of service.

Permanent and Pensionable retirees may opt to be paid either a full/maximum pension with no gratuity, or a reduced pension and a lump sum gratuity.

Key Terms:

  • Full/Maximum Pension is the maximum monthly payment issued with no lump sum (gratuity) payment.
  • Reduced Pension is 75% of the full/maximum pension paid as a monthly payment.
  • Gratuity is 25% of the full/maximum pension disbursed in a lump sum payment.

Pensions are calculated using a formula derived from Pensions Act Cap 161 that includes your length of service, and your last salary. The following calculator will give you an estimate of the amount of pension you can expect at retirement.

View our Frequently Asked Questions document for more information