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7. I am under the age of 60, holding a severe or very severe physical/mental disability manual/certificate, and I have lost the ability to work. Can I claim my pension ahead of schedule?

A laborer under the age of 60 may claim his/her pension ahead of schedule in any of the following three circumstances:

  1. The laborer is the insured person under the labor insurance scheme and has been receiving the permanent disability pension or has received the lump-sum disability benefit for Level 3 or above disabilities.
     
  2. The laborer is the insured person under the national pension program and has been receiving the physical or mental disability pension or the Disability Basic Guaranteed Pension Payment for physical or mental disability.
     
  3. The laborer is not the insured person under either the labor insurance scheme or the national pension program, but the laborer qualifies to claim either of the above-mentioned two types of benefits.
     

 

Last Update:2019-08-06
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