We want you to understand exactly how your pension works. Everything you need to know about your SFPP pension is here, whether you are a new member, a mid-career member or a soon-to-be retired member.
The Special Forces Pension Plan (SFPP) was established in 1979 for police officers, including Deputy Chiefs and Police Chiefs, working for participating local authorities. The Plan is financed by member, employer, and Government of Alberta contributions as well as the investment earnings of the SFPP fund.
Top 5 Forms
- Designation of Beneficiary(ies) (2)
- Pension Partner Information Form (5)
- Declaration of Pension Partner Status Form (36)
- T2033 Canada Revenue Agency Form
- Retirement Application Form (21) (If you are currently employed by a SFPP employer, you should talk to your employer to complete this form.)
Top 5 Questions
- Does SFPP have transfer agreements with other pension plans?
- What are my pension options?
- When can I retire?
- What are my options if I leave the Plan before I reach age 55?
- If I change jobs and leave the Plan, can I transfer my pension to my new employer's pension plan?