What happens if I have contributed to several schemes?


Most pensions are recognised by the General Social Security Scheme, which is the scheme for employed persons. However, there are other regimes, such as the RETA (self-employed) or the Passive Class regime (the former civil servants’ regime, now being phased out). There is reciprocal computation between the different schemes, so it is possible to ask for contributions to be taken into account in a scheme other than the one in which the pension is settled.