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Take the first step in creating financial security for you and your loved ones so you can focus on your career, your true love, or buying your first home.

It may seem too early to think about life insurance, but planning ahead can mean your parents, siblings, spouse, partner and other loved ones aren’t left with a financial burden in the event of a premature death. Learn the basics of life insurance.

The first step in mapping your future is finding a financial professional that can help you navigate the ins-and-outs of life insurance and retirement savings.

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How much life insurance do you need?

Ensuring that your loved ones are financially taken care of in the event of your untimely death is one of the most important steps in creating a sound financial plan for your future. Our Insurance Calculator can help determine the right amount of life insurance you need.

No bank guarantee • Not a deposit • Not FDIC/NCUA insured May lose value • Not insured by any federal government agency

The results and explanations generated by this calculator may vary due to user input and assumptions. Pacific Life does not guarantee the accuracy of the calculations, results, explanations, nor applicability to your specific situation. We recommend that you use this calculator as a guideline only and ultimately seek the guidance of an experienced professional. CalcXML, the provider of this information and interactive calculator, is an independent third-party and is not affiliated with Pacific Life.

What You Should Know
About buying life insurance

There are different types of life insurance and choosing the right policy is an important decision. Start by evaluating the ongoing and future financial needs of those who depend on you.

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It’s never too early—or too late—to get started.

Life insurance is most commonly used to protect your loved ones from the loss of income caused by death. However, it can be difficult to think about or plan for such an event. There are many things to consider, so begin the conversation today and talk to a financial professional.

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