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July 16 2018
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Why Indians Don’t Buy a Term Plan? | Aviva India Blog

Why Indians Don’t Buy a Term Plan?

* Disclaimer:  Premium of a healthy male (non-smoker) aged 25 years for a sum assured of INR 1Cr. for a term of 25 years (incl.taxes). The daily premium has been arrived at by dividing the annual premium by 365.

** Disclaimer: Taxes are subject to change as per tax laws.

 

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July 16 2018
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How to plan your future against inflation | Aviva India Blog

How to Balance your Financial Life and Lifestyle Inflation

Every one of you must have experienced this situation in life. You start spending more the moment you start earning more. As soon as you get the much-deserved promotion, your monthly expenses rise correspondingly. A college graduate embarking on his career finds a decent home on rent for INR 15,000 a month. It is a modest house in a good locality with hospitable neighbours. A couple of years later, you see him getting a raise in his salary. Immediately, he shifts to a new neighbourhood and a

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July 12 2018
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How to Avoid Rejection of Your Insurance Claim | Aviva India Blog

How to Avoid Rejection of Your Insurance Claim?

Life Insurance is a promise to serve your family in time when they most need that help. However, to make sure everything happens as you planned, you need to make sure your claim gets approved.

According to IRDA’s Claim Settlement Ratio report 2016-17, published on 4th January 2018, 5 of 24 life insurance companies rejected more than 10 percent life insurance claims

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July 10 2018
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Bringing in Onam with the Security of Good Health | Aviva India Blog

Bringing in Onam with the Security of Good Health

Who doesn’t love festivals? The joie de vivre, excitement, and enjoyment it brings into your life is unrivaled. Onam is one such festival. It does more than mark the beginning of the New Year in the Malayalam calendar; it spreads laughter, festivity, and a start of a new tomorrow. This festival welcomes a New Year, and a New Year means new resolutions. So why not make one that protects your health or at least deals with the consequences of ill health?

Yes, make sure this is one

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