Though it is not possible to know what will happen in the future with complete certainty, actuarial and consulting services, using mathematical, statistical and financial tools, within the correct legal framework, allow us to build hypothesis to create possible scenarios about how benefit schemes will behave in their short, medium and long term de development.

When results are captured in actuarial analysis, they can aid the decision making process in public policy, given that these offer tools to stablish or adjust parameter, contribution and investment rates, benefit amounts, acquisition terms, among other variables, with the aim of ensuring solvency and integral sustainability of institutions.

Institutions that work with social security and welfare issues, must submit themselves to these analyses to ensure commitments made with people qare met.