From 2026 onwards, the age at which you become entitled to state pension will depend on developments in life expectancy and will therefore no longer be the same for everyone. The state pension age is always announced five years in advance.
The Central Bureau of Statistics annually prepares an estimate of the remaining life expectancy at the age of 65. This shows that this is slightly lower than the previous forecast. There is therefore now no reason to increase the state pension age.
Outgoing Minister Schouten has therefore decided that the state pension age will be 2029 years and three months in 67.