Complete Guide to Life Insurance

| July 4, 2018

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Life Insurance is basically a contract between an insurance policy holder and an insurer i.e. the policy provider. In a life insurance policy, an insurer promises to pay a sum of money and benefits according to the policy to the beneficiary mentioned in the agreement. The money and benefits provided to the beneficiary are in exchange for the premiums which the policyholder pays to the insurance company. The amount and the other benefits can be claimed only upon the death of an insured person or the policyholder. Depending on the contract in the policy, other events such as terminal illness and critical illness can also be covered. The policyholder pays a premium for this, the premium paid is either monthly, quarterly or yearly.

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