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Life insurance is a good way to save tax
The primary objective of life insurance is to give a safety net to your family, tax saving is only the cherry on the cake. A life insurance plan is a good idea, no matter what age you may be.
Other investments are better than life insurance
Other investment options may involve risks. Life insurance provides crucial financial protection to your loved ones.
Life insurance is beneficial only after the death of the insurer
It’s true that life insurance provides precious financial aid in case of death. There are also insurance plans that are tailored for different financial needs and aspirational goals.
People with existing illnesses are not eligible to buy a life insurance plan
It’s critical for you to share complete and accurate medical details at the point of buying insurance to avoid unpleasant surprises at the time of claims, and possible rejection of a claim.
A term insurance plan is of little use when the insurer survives the policy term
Term insurance plans with an option for return of premium (TROP) offer the unique advantage of return of all your premiums upon the end of your policy term.
25 years is too young to buy life insurance
For life insurance, the sooner the better. Buying a term insurance when young ensures you pay a lower premium for a substantially larger financial safety net, not to mention the ease of mind.
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Insurance jargon explained
A basic insurance plan which provides a lump sum amount to the family of the person who is insured in case of his/her unfortunate death.
Sum assured is the amount that an insurer agrees to pay on the occurrence of a stated contingency (eg: Death).
Annualised premium is the sum of all the premiums required to be paid by the Policyholder during the year. For example If the monthly premium to be paid is ₹ 1,000, annualised premium would be ₹ 1,000 (monthly premium) *12(number of months) = ₹ 12,000