Individual Supplementary Welfare Plans

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The changes taking place in our immediate environment have made it necessary for people to look for alternatives to supplement state benefits and guarantee that income levels are maintained. 

For example, in the case of retirement, the aim is that when a specific age is reached at which the worker stops working, a certain standard of living is guaranteed or, if a disability is suffered, the necessary resources are available for the welfare of the individual according to their personal and professional situation.

Without attempting to explain in detail each product associated with supplementary social welfare, the following is a brief description of the most common types.