Here you can read about the social insurance in Finland including family benefits, sickness benefits, pension and unemployment benefits.
When a child is born and grows up, the Social Insurance Institution of Finland, Kela, pays different benefits to the family if the family is covered by social insurance in Finland.
Everybody who works in Finland earns an income-based pension. Those who are not gainfully employed or who have earned only a small income-based pension will receive a residence-based basic pension.
If you are covered by the Finnish social insurance system, this means that you are eligible for different types of benefit. You normally need to be a permanent resident in Finland to belong to the Finnish system.