German Pension Refunds Calculator
How much can I claim? You will find your answer here.
Welcome to the leading expert service for German pension refunds – easy, quick, and secure - since 2007! Read more.
If you are a non-European citizen, you could be eligible for reimbursement of your retirement insurance contributions paid while you worked in Germany.
If 24 months have passed since your last contribution in Germany, and you currently reside outside of the EU, EEA, CH, or UK area you could qualify to get that money back.
Claim your refund online to save time and any potential complications.
How much is my German pension refund? How much money can I get back after leaving Germany from the Deutsche Rentenversicherung? Find your answer here.
Amazing, how much you left behind, isn't it? If you are eligible, you can claim that money today.
The refund process is a complex legal and bureaucratic act and we are happy to provide our expertise with support of our partnering law firm.
Germany Pension Refund can save you a lot of time and effort besides the paperwork in German language – which even German native speakers seem to find challenging.
It is our professional mission to protect your money and to get you a full refund of your contributions.
Let's go get your money back!
Feel free to schedule a call with us – we will call you back and provide free consultation, or you can just send us an email or use the chat function to talk to one of our friendly refund specialists.
How to use the calculator
STEP 1: Type in the total number of months you have worked in Germany.
STEP 2: Adjust the slider to add your monthly gross salary.
STEP 3: The calculator will show you the estimate amount of your German pension refund based on the contribution rate 24 months ago.
STEP 4: Fill in your email address and click on ”Send Results” to get your result sent to you.
Your actual refund amount can be higher than the estimate depending when you have worked in Germany. The calculator uses the employee contribution rate that was valid 24 months ago of 9.3%. Before 2018 the contribution amount was slightly higher and it changed over the years. The average percentage from 1997 until today is 9.6%.
Your result can also be influenced by different gross salaries you might have earned over time due to raises or switching jobs and employers. If that is the case, we recommend you to calculate each salary separately and add the results or to use your average salary.
You can calculate your average salary with this formula: (salary 1 * number of months + salary 2 * number of months + ... + ...) / total number of months worked = average salary
Feel free to contact us if you need help to calculate your exact refund amount.
The calculator does not serve as a guarantee to get a refund nor does it prove your eligibility. It is designed to help you calculate how much money you have contributed over the years.
If you are eligible for a refund, we can help you get your money back.