Find out about the different types of pensions.
Occupational pensions are organised by employers to provide pensions to one or more employees on retirement. What are the rules about occupational pension schemes?
There are rules that apply to personal pensions. Information on personal pensions for self-employed people or employed people who do not have an occupational pension
A Personal Retirement Savings Account (PRSA) is long-term personal retirement account designed to enable you to save for retirement in a flexible manner. Find out more about the rules governing PRSAs.
You can get income tax relief on your pension contributions. You can also get tax relief on a lump sum pension payment when you retire.
A comprehensive explanation of how pensions are taxed in Ireland.
The Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman has the power to investigate and determine complaints concerning disputes of fact, law and errors in relation to occupational and other pension schemes.
The Pensions Authority (formerly known as the Pensions Board) is the regulatory body for Occupational Pension Schemes and Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs).
When you end a relationship by judicial separation, divorce or dissolution, the court can decide to share your pension with your former partner and (or) any dependent children. This is called a pension adjustment order.