2010 - Tress seminar: The Swedish approach to the new regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009

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  • 1. Tress seminar: The Swedish approach to the new regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009 • Administration • Transitional rules • Material scopeMinistry of Health and Social Affairs Sweden
  • 2. Administration • Closer cooperation between institutions • Swedish national cooperation enhanced • A common system of Data communication, EESSI in force from May 2012Ministry of Health and Social Affairs Sweden
  • 3. Transitional rules • Applicable legislation, remain in old system for 10 years • Calculation of pensions. • Application of Reg. 1408/71 and 574/72 for EEA and Switzerland • Reg. 1408/71 will also apply to TCN until the new Reg will enter into force. • Old E forms and new SEDs will apply during the transitional period until May 2012.Ministry of Health and Social Affairs Sweden
  • 4. The material scope • The personal scope as been enlarged, all insured persons • No special groups for transport workers etc. • Residence new concept. • Long term care benefits • Work in 2 MS, a substantial part need to performed in the MS of residence..Ministry of Health and Social Affairs Sweden
  • 5. The material scope.. • The Swedish Guarantee pension – not a guarantee • Family benefits – no family concept in the Social Security legislation – cash benefits are personal – ECJ case law Kuusijärvi .Ministry of Health and Social Affairs Sweden
  • 6. The material scope… • Sickness insurance, benefits in kind – contributions for pensionersMinistry of Health and Social Affairs Sweden
  • 7. Thank you for listening !Ministry of Health and Social Affairs Sweden