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March 5 2021
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Savings plan helps during uncertain times

Can my Savings Plan keep me afloat uncertain times?

For the past few months, ‘volatility’ has become synonymous with life. From the raging COVID-19 to the falling stock markets, everything has become uncertain, unspecific, and uncertain. Challenging times, like the present, can cause huge financial distress. It forces us to think about how to protect our investments from the ups and downs in the economy. Such anxiety over money could cause you to abandon or second-guess your financial strategy. The rising expenses can cause you to stop the

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Team Aviva
February 25 2021
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Aviva India Launches Aviva New Wealth Builder Plan

A customer needs focused Guaranteed Life Insurance Plan with the twin benefits of Protection and Investment

New Delhi, XX November’20: Aviva Life Insurance, India’s most trusted private insurance company, today announced the launch of Aviva New Wealth Builder, an individual Non-Linked, Non-Participating Savings Life Insurance Plan. Aviva New Wealth Builder (ANWB) offers the twin benefits of protection and investment and also gives an extra

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February 25 2021
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Aviva Introduces SME Assist Tool

Aviva Introduces SME Assist Tool

One Stop Digital Solution for Business Owners to secure their Family & Business

  • Aviva Life Insurance further strengthens its digital portfolio for enhanced customer experience
  • A first of its kind digital tool to help entrepreneurs and business  owners understand their differentiated financial needs in 10 minutes in 3 simple steps

National, XX February ’20: Aviva Life Insurance, one of India’s most trusted private life insurance companies

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February 24 2021
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Changes in Higher Education in India and how to prepare for them

India is on a demographic edge. The country’s young population is expected to become the largest in the world by 2030, as per a study by Deloitte. But there are significant challenges and changes in the education system of the country. These alterations might hamper the overall advancement of the young talent pool unless there is adequate preparation. More so, aggravated by the COVID-19 situation in the country, higher education in India is facing numerous challenges. That said, it is

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