Pensions Scheme - Explanatory Booklets

The explanatory booklets on the pension scheme provide information on the scheme. These booklets are tailored to scheme members depending on the class of PRSI paid and the date of entry to the scheme.

Members of the Single Pension Scheme

Staff members who joined the public sector for the first time (or rejoined the public sector after a 26 week break in service) after 1st January 2013 are members of the Single Pension Scheme. 

Single Scheme Booklet

 Members of the Education Sector Superannuation Scheme

The non officer booklets apply to the majority of maintenance staff and the officer booklets apply to all other staff. A brief description of who each booklet applies to is set out below.

 

Revision Scheme: Non Officers Paying Full (Class A) PRSI who are not New Entrants i.e. those who joined the Public Sector before 1st April 2004 and have remained in public sector employment since their start date

Explanatory Booklet 1  

 

Revision Scheme: Officers Paying Modified (Class D) PRSI who are not New Entrants i.e. those who joined the Public Sector before 6th April 1995 and have remained in public sector employment since their start date

Explanatory Booklet 2        

Revision Scheme: Officers Paying Full (Class A) PRSI who are not New Entrants i.e. those who joined the Public Sector between 6th April 1995 and 31st March 2004 and have remained in public sector employment since their start date

Explanatory Booklet 3


 

Revision Scheme: Non-Officers Paying Full (Class A) PRSI who are New Entrants i.e. those who joined the Public Sector on or after 1st April 2004

Explanatory Booklet 4

 

 

Revision Scheme: Officer Paying Full (Class A) PRSI who are New Entrants i.e. those who joined the Public Sector on or after 1st April 2004

Explanatory Booklet 5

 

The Pensions Section has prepared grade statements to illustrate the benefits which may be payable to members based on a range of salaries and using different service durations.

Grade Statements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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