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Adventure Sports Enthusiasts: Read This Before Taking that adrenaline-filled Trip [Infographic]

Adventure Sports are becoming popular, but before you head out for that trip you may want to consider insuring yourself.

Think men and women need the same insurance plan? Here's why you are wrong

Women’s health, financial standing and requirements differ from those of men. So, it only makes sense that they need different insurance too.

How to evaluate and compare Insurance policies?

When planning to buy a policy, it is important you know your options, and compare the policies on parameters like premium payable, sum assured, tenure and riders so that you can zero-in on the policy that best matches your requirements.

5 Things that can cost you, unless…

Spending isn’t always bad, but here are 5 things you could avoid spending on- with just a little planning.

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Understanding how student travel insurance works

Given the high cost of medical expenses in developed nations, having appropriate insurance cover is a must for students travelling abroad for education and exploration alike.

How much Insurance premium do I need to pay?

Are you paying more Insurance Premiums? Here’s proof that you have to pay less insurance premium than what you think.

How prepared are you to meet your child's education cost?

It’s never too early to start planning for your child’s education, but it can get too late, too fast. Here’s how to take control of your child’s future.

Life insurance types simplified

Broadly speaking, there are only two types of life insurance policies – ones that offer only a death benefit (Term insurance) and others that offer death + maturity or investment benefit (e.g. Endowment Plans or Unit Liked Insurance Plans).

Common mistakes while purchasing insurance

KS Gopalakrishnan, MD & CEO, Aegon Life Insurance talks on 'What mistakes do consumers commonly make when purchasing Insurance plans'.

Add an extra feature to your policy by opting for a ‘Rider’

Riders are useful optional add-ons that give your policy an extra edge. ‘Riders’ in a financial context actually means an optional insurance linked benefit, purchased separately at an additional premium.

ULIPs demystified

The ‘ULIPs are costly’ belief is primarily a result of the high premium allocation and fund management charges that ULIPs charged in 2008. Everything you need to know about the product.

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