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It costs
$ 245K

raise a child.

It costs approx
$ 7k

for a modest funeral.

It can only cost
$ 14.24

per month for $ 250,000 in life insurance.

Sources: United States Department of Agriculture, National Funeral Directors Association, Erie Family Life

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See how different types of life insurance pile up.

Term Life

Choose from a 10, 15, 20 or 30 year plan to protect.

People who need economic protection for loved ones left behind.

Lifetime

Protection with guaranteed premiums and coverage to stay the same for life.

People who need full family protection with a guaranteed premium.

Universal life
Lifelong protection; includes a cash value of the policy with a flexible payment schedule.

People who need:

Savings at the university
Planning
Business planning
Additional savings for retirement

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1. About you

2. Debts and expenses

3. Education

4. Inheritance and inheritance

5. Activities

6. Results

1. About you

2. Debts and expenses

3. Education

4. Inheritance and inheritance

5. Activities

6. Results

Do you have a spouse or partner?

You have children?

How much would you need for the final costs?
This covers funeral costs and / or medical bills not covered by health insurance. $ 15,000 is on average, but you may need more (for example, your family should travel for a funeral).

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What is your personal annual income?
We will use it to help you determine your monthly expenses.

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How much do you owe on your mortgage?

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Do you have student loans?

What is the total student loan debt amount for which you are responsible?
This includes student loans from a spouse / partner and / or children.

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Do you have other debts?
For example: credit cards, auto loans, personal loans, medical bills, etc.

How much more debt do you have?

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How much would your family need for additional expenses per month?
Consider expenses like food, public services, transportation and extras like holidays. (Mortgages or other debts are covered separately.)

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How old would they need this added monthly income?

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Do you want to contribute to your children's higher education?

How old are your children?
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What kind of education?
Choose what your kids would probably attend and we will project how much your college education expenses might be.

Do you want to contribute to someone else's education?
For example: grandchildren, grandchildren, grandchildren, etc.

How much would you like to contribute?

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Do you want to leave a legacy or a charity gift?
For example: family members, charities, churches or other organizations.

What is the total amount you would like to leave?

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How much do you already have in life insurance?
For example: a policy provided by the employer.

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Do you have other resources that could be used to cover expenses?
For example: savings accounts, securities, bonds, CDs, etc.

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Your Results Based on your answers, here is the estimated amount of coverage you may need to protect your loved ones:

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Your calculations.

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Debts and expenses
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Education
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Inheritance and inheritance
$ 0

Resources
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Total
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Your options Lifespan is economic protection for a specific period of time. The term does not generate cash value. All life offers protection as long as you live (rewards must be paid) with a guaranteed level reward. Universal life is a flexible policy with variable premium payments. Typically for people who need college savings, wealth planning, business planning or additional retirement savings. There is a cash value. What's the next step? Your agent can help you choose the policy that best suits you and your family's needs.

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This calculator is a planning tool designed to help you. The results and explanations generated by this calculator may vary due to inputs and assumptions. Erie Insurance does not guarantee the accuracy of the calculations, results, explanations, or applicability to your specific situation. All projections are hypothetical and we recommend that you use this calculator only as a guideline. For a more accurate and detailed analysis specific to the circumstances and needs, contact an ERIE agent or another financial professional.

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