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Types of Insurance Plans

Life, as Forrest Gump puts it, is like a box of chocolates; you never know what to expect. Therefore, it makes sense that you should be prepared for every eventuality, especially the unpleasant ones. Certainly the most disagreeable of these eventualities is the prospect of your untimely and unfortunate demise. In such a situation, not only would your family be crippled with grief, they could find themselves in considerable financial distress as well, if you were not prepared for it in advance.

Once you’re in the market for a life insurance policy, the question that arises is: which one should you choose? After all, there are tons of different policies and different insurance providers out there and for someone who isn’t well aware of the pros and cons of them all, making a crucial decision like this can be daunting.

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Child Plans are specific insurance plans which help parents save for their child’s future expenses in a systematic manner.

Home insurance is a fairly new concept in India when compared to other types of insurance like life and health. We’ve thus created an easy to understand guide to Home insurance for your ready reference.

We’ve prepared for you a comprehensive guide to car insurance- it’s everything you’ve ever wanted to know, and more.

A prolonged illness and a sudden accident alike can greatly impact your financial stability. Choose the right insurance plan to protect you and your family against unplanned disasters

Life insurance is one of the pillars of proper financial planning of a family.

If at some point you have asked yourself, “Who will look after my family when I’m not around?”, you are not alone.

 
 
 

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