How to choose different health insurance plans for different phases of life? Expert decodes

The focus on health insurance lately has taken a different trajectory especially post-COVID where most of us have at least understood that we should have some coverage available at all times.

PAN-Aadhaar link to ITR filing: 5 money tasks to complete in March 2023

ITR filing: Last date for submission of income tax return for FY 2019-20 is 31st March 2023.

How much money is ‘ideal’ for retiring with the same lifestyle? Survey finds

Most individuals are cognizant of the need to factor in inflation and rising medical expenses while planning for their life’s new chapter.

Insurance vs Investment: 5 reasons why you should have both

Insurance and investment are both important aspects of financial planning and should be considered together to create a well-rounded financial plan.

Why endowment plan, a traditional life insurance scheme, is part of most household finances

Unlike term plans that provide life risk cover or unit-linked schemes, where returns are market-linked, endowment plans offer maturity benefits upon survival & minimum guaranteed return.

Health insurance: How to secure your financial health with it?

It’s that time of the year again when tax planning is on everyone’s priority list. While one looks at growing their wealth, it’s also important to secure your health as a medical emergency can shake up the foundation of your financial planning.

How to choose the best Family Floater Health Insurance policy?

Family Floater Health Insurance plans work on the same principle as that of individual Health Insurance plans but extend their coverage to all family members.

Health Insurance: Get discount on premium for multi-year health policy

The policyholder can claim tax benefit of up to `25,000 under Section 80D for self, spouse and children year on year for the entire tenure of the policy.

Things to keep in mind while purchasing life insurance after 40 years of age

Life insurance helps safeguard one’s family and oneself against two types of financial risks – untimely death and old age.