# Is there a maximum age for retirement?

## Age limit officials

Civil servants & retirement: These age limits apply to civil servants

Baden-Wuerttemberg

**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 36 (1) LBG BW in conjunction with Article 62 (3) (1) DRG)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age in the table shown at the federal level (see above). (Art. 62 § 3 Abs. 2 DRG)**Extension of the service period**up to the age of 70 at most. (Section 39 LBG BW)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 40 (1) LBG BW)Bavaria**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Art. 62 in conjunction with Art. 143 para. 1 sentence 1 and 2 BayBG)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years (Art. 63 BayBG)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 64 at the earliest (Art. 64 BayBG)Berlin**Standard retirement age is 65 years**(Section 38 LBG Berlin)**Extension of the service period**up to the age of 68 at most. (Section 38 (2) LBG Berlin or Section 38 (2) in conjunction with Sections 104 (2), 106, 107 LBG Berlin)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest (Section 39 (3) LBG Berlin)Brandenburg**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 45 (1) LBG LB)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age in accordance with the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 45 (1) LBG LB)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years (Section 45 (3) LBG LB)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest (Section 46 (1) LBG LB)Bremen**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(§ 35 Abs. 1 BremBG)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 35 (2) BremBG)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years (Section 35 (4) BremBG)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest (Section 36 (1) BremBG)Hamburg**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(§ 35 Abs. 1 HmbBG)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 35 (2) HmbBG)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years (Section 35 (4) HmbBG)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest (Section 36 (1) HmbBG)Hesse**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(§ 33 Abs. 1 HBG - changed by 1. DRModG Hessen)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 33 (3) HBG)**Extension of the service period**up to the age of 70 at most. (Section 34 (1) HBG)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 62 at the earliest. (Section 35 (1) HBG)Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 35 (1) LBG M-V)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 35 (2) LBG M-V)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years (Section 35 (3) LBG M-V)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 36 (1) LBG M-V)Lower Saxony**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 35 (1) NBG)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 35 (2) NBG)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years (§ 36 NBG)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 60 at the earliest. (Section 37 NBG)North Rhine-Westphalia**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 31 (1) LBG NRW)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 31 (2) LBG NRW)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years, up to a maximum of 70 years of age. (Section 32 (1) LBG NRW)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 33 (3) LBG NRW)Rhineland-Palatinate**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 37 (1) LBG R-P)**65 years for those born before 1951**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age in 13 stages until 2029) (Section 37 (3) LBG R-P)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years, up to a maximum of 70 years of age. (Section 38 (1) LBG R-P)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 39 (1) LBG R-P)Saarland**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 43, Paragraph 1 of the Saar Civil Service Act (SGB))**65 years for those born before 1950**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age in 15 stages until 2029) (Section 43 (2) SGB)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years, up to a maximum of 70 years of age. (§ 43 Abs. 3 SGB)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 44 (1) SGB)Saxony**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 46 (1) SächsBG)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 46 (2) SächsBG)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years, up to a maximum of 70 years of age. (Section 47 SächsBG)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 48 (1) SächsBG)Saxony-Anhalt**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 39 (1) LBG LSA)**65 years for those born before 1954**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age in 10 stages. (Section 39 (2) LBG LSA)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years. (Section 39 (4) LBG LSA)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 40 (1) LBG LSA)Schleswig-Holstein**Standard retirement age is 67 years**(Section 35 (1) LBG S-H)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 35 (2) LBG S-H)**Extension of the service period**by a maximum of 3 years. (Section 35 (4) LBG S-H)**Entry into retirement on request**from the age of 63 at the earliest. (Section 36 (2) LBG S-H)Thuringia**Standard retirement age is 67 years** (§ 25 Abs. 1 ThürBG)**65 years for those born before 1947**. Gradual increase in the standard retirement age according to the table shown at the federal level (see above) (Section 25 (2) ThürBG)**Extension of the service period** by a maximum of 3 years. (§ 25 Paragraph 6-7 ThürBG)**Entry into retirement on request** from the age of 62 at the earliest. (§ 26 Abs. 1 ThürBG)

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