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Health insurance covers medical expenses that arise due to an illness. These expenses could be related to hospitalisation and other pre and post hospitalisation expenses. Life insurance health plans are amongst the lesser known insurance plans even though 89%* of all private healthcare expenditure in India is out of pocket.
There are basically two basic types of health insurance plan:
This is the basic form of health insurance. The plansMORE
Life is uncertain and one can never predict what the future holds. To make sure that your family is financially secured in your absence, you can opt for a term insurance plan.
Term Life Insurance plans are the most basic, cost effective and easy to buy life insurance plan which protects the financial future of your family at a nominal cost. The premiums paid for term plan are minimal compared to any insurance plan.
What are topMORE
Perhaps the first thing you tell your grown-up daughter or son, who's just starting working, is to buy an insurance policy to save money from getting taxed. The idea is simply myopic -- just to save a few thousands we set aside an amount to buy our first and probably the last life insurance policy. The whole noise is so much around investments that one often forgets that a life insurance is still worth it and very much worth its own salt.
For a youngster, his first job gets new hopeMORE
When Amit, 37, an advertising executive in Delhi, underwent an emergency heart surgery, his family battled the headwinds, both emotionally and economically. Amit’s family, which was already grappling with the financial burden of EMIs for two loans and saving for their daughter’s education, had to spend their entire lifesavings on hospital bills. A health cover, in this situation, would have saved them the distress.
Amit is one of the many young urban Indians who are falling prey toMORE
India is on the rise, and so are young India’s aspirations. Today, India’s children are dreaming big and with global boundaries thinning, no educational dream is out of reach.
According to a survey conducted by Aviva Life Insurance, almost 40% of India’s children want to pursue medicine or engineering. The survey, conducted with 11,300 young parents from seven cities, also reflects that while traditional career choices like Doctor and Engineer are the most popular among children,MORE