How can you save 6% on your Term Insurance premium

ROHIT SAPRA | April 17, 2018

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Hold on! Don’t blow out the candles on your birthday cake just yet. If you do not have a term insurance plan protecting yourself, it is best to wish that you could go back in time and wish you had bought it before and saved 6% on your Term Insurance Premiums. "Age is just a number, you are as young as your mind feels", we have heard this many times and many of us even believe in it. But, this cannot be held true for a term insurance plan. If you miss out on buying a good term insurance plan, you could be paying around 6% more on your term insurance plan premiums for every year of delay. The reason is plain and simple, the term insurance premium is directly related to your age.

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