What capital is suitable for life insurance?

The capital in a life insurance must cover the family's expenses for a sufficient period of time. That is, that which covers the difference between the income (usually the salary) and the retirement pension (approximately 50% of the salary).

We must also consider any debts to be cancelled or if the family has savings that can be used in the event of an emergency.

In addition, the insured person's age and the family commitments (number of children and their age) are aspects to be considered.

A simple way of calculating the capital is multiplying the income, usually around 4 or 5 times the annual salary.


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