Your Social Security is a specific section of the Social Security e-Office which includes all the actions, procedures and services of the National Social Security Institute that require the authentication of citizens, or of the public administration in its online relations with citizens.
You can log into Your Social Security by using any of the following systems:
To register in CL@VE you can request an APPOINTMENT via the “Appointments for pensions and other benefits” service or by calling 901 10 65 70.
If you have any questions about the registration process or your cl@ve password, you may contact us by calling 060
Cl@ve is a system designed to unify and simplify electronic access by citizens to public services. Its main objective is for citizens to identify themselves to the administration using a previously approved username and password, without having to remember different usernames and passwords to access different services.
To log into Your Social Security, your cl@ve username will only be valid if your registration has complied with the advanced requirements. In other words, you must have registered in person at any Social Security, National Tax Administration Agency, Public State Employment Service or Government Delegation office, or have used a digital certificate or an electronic DNI when registering for a Cl@ve online.
To access Your Social Security you may use any digital certificate included in the list of accepted digital certificates.
It is important to be sure that the cl@ve username that you are using meets the advanced requirements. In order for your username to meet the advanced requirements, you must have registered in person at any Social Security, National Tax Administration Agency, Public State Employment Service or Government Delegation office, or have used a digital certificate or an electronic DNI when registering for a Cl@ve online.
Problems logging into the Your Social Security portal may be related to the technical requirements for browsers or other equipment. You may check the minimum requirements on the e-Office > Home > FAQs > Technical Solutions, or by sending an email via the Ask a question section on the Social Security website, with the subject “IT Support”.
The following services are currently available for citizens on Your Social Security:
Retirement pensions are calculated automatically on Your Social Security. For this reason, when there are periods in your employment history or a contribution basis that need to be corrected or manually adjusted, or there are periods with schemes that need to be processed manually (artists, bullfighters, sales representatives, special systems, etc.), the programme will not be able to take this into account and will not be able to calculate a pension amount for the citizen. This does not mean that the employment history is incorrect or that these contributions will not be taken into account when the pension is applied for in real time.
If the retirement date is nearing, you will be able to attend any Social Security Support and Information Centre, as long as you request an appointment beforehand, to request more information on your retirement.
Your Social Security does not have access to information on contributions corresponding to the scope of coverage under the State Passive Classes Scheme (Special Schemes for Spanish Civil Servants, the Armed Forces, members of the Legal Profession, etc.), and it is therefore not possible for calculations to be made for these cases.
When applying for your retirement pension on the Social Security System, you will need to prove these contributions by presenting the corresponding certificate issued in the staff headquarters where the services were provided. In this way, the periods claimed can be taken into account.
Military service or alternative service provision periods are only taken into account for the purposes of reaching the specific contribution period in the case of early, voluntary or involuntary retirement and have a maximum limit of one year. For this reason, and only when this contribution is necessary, a screen will pop up requesting that you enter the details of the period of this military service. If this is not necessary, you will not need to enter anything.
The calculation provided is an approximate and non-binding gross amount, resulting from the calculation made in accordance with the contribution basis, contribution periods, age and personal circumstances entered.
At the time when the retirement pension is applied for, the corresponding IRPF withholdings shall be applied to the actual resulting pension amount, in accordance with the tax legislation in force and depending on the personal and family situation of the applicant.
Retirement pensions are calculated automatically on Your Social Security. For this reason, when there are non-contribution periods that need to be included, in accordance with the regulations, the retirement calculator shall function in the following manner:
If the period which has to be used to calculate the base rate contains months during which contribution was not mandatory, the first 48 months will be included in the calculation with the minimum base of those existing at any time.
The other monthly figures will be entered at 50% of this minimum base.