As you work toward your final goal of retiring with your LAPP pension, we have some tools and calculators to make things easier for you along the way.
The Onboarding Checklist is a printable document to explain the features of LAPP and the steps new members can take to maximize their future pension from LAPP.
You may be thinking about buying back a period of prior service and would like to see what it might cost, and the Buyback Estimator is here for that.
You'll also find any active buyback proposals available for purchase by logging in to Your Secure Pension Profile at the top right corner of this website and then visiting the Buyback Purchase link.
The LAPP Retirement Checklist is a printable document that you can follow to make sure you don't miss a step when it's time to start receiving your LAPP pension.
The Pension Estimator can help if you're curious about different what if retirement scenarios and how they look in terms of the LAPP pension you might expect.
The Pension Projection Calculator, accessible once you log in to Your Pension Profile at the top right of this website, uses your actual salary and LAPP service to help you project your future pension.
The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Old Age Security (OAS) are government pensions most Canadians have, and you can use the Government of Canada's Retirement Income Calculator to give you an idea of the amounts you could expect to receive from government pensions in addition to your LAPP pension.