No, they are different financial products. Pension plan: A pension plan is an interim long-term savings product whose main purpose is to generate savings available in retirement in the form of capital or income that is subject to special tax treatment. PIAS: This is an insurance product that allows capital to be generated over time (for tax purposes it is tax deductible when recovered). Savings plan: This is a medium-term savings plan (5 years), with tax treatment at the time of recovery. Life insurance: This is a life insurance policy that covers a contingency in case of serious illness or death of a person in order to cover this risk in exchange for the payment of a premium.

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