Does your financial planning include Life Insurance?
Many Indians still treat the topic of planning for one’s family’s finances in the case of their unfortunate demise a taboo subject. Planning for and discussing this topic makes us uncomfortable even today.
However, Life Insurance is one of the most crucial parts of the urban Indian’s financial planning. Having regular investments and a large bank balance is very good, but if you’re not around to bring in that monthly salary cheque, your family is sure to fall into poverty or at the very least be forced to heavily compromise on their lifestyle.
Wouldn’t you like to financially protect your loved ones in the event of your demise? Life Insurance protects your loved ones from the financial consequences of your demise. The amount your family receives from the insurance company can be used any way they like – to pay off any pending debts, take care of your child’s school or college fees, and so on. This makes Life Insurance a necessary component of any sound financial plan.
Besides being a protection tool, a Life Insurance policy helps you save in a disciplined manner. Investing in a Life Insurance policy inculcates the habit of savings, which forms the key to a successful financial plan. Make sure to pay your premiums on time and enjoy the creation of a good corpus.
Attain long-term goals
What are some of the long-term goals we plan out when we start earning?
- Having a house in our name
- Owning a car
- Paying for our kid’s school and college fees
- And many more
A life policy with an adequate cover will help you reach your long-term financial goals. Life insurers offer various kinds of plans that will help you reach a particular or several different financial goals when you opt for the right mix of insurance plans.
One of the several benefits of opting for a Life Insurance plan is that you can claim tax benefits. Under section 80(C) of Income Tax Act, 1961, tax benefits can be claimed on the premium you pay towards your policy. The maximum deduction you can claim under this section is Rs 1,50,000. Additionally, the proceeds from the policy are also tax free under Section 10(10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
When you make life insurance part of your financial planning, you are safeguarding the future of your loved ones. In other words, a financial plan is never complete if you don’t have life insurance! Note that life insurance comes in many shapes and forms, from term insurance to endowment plans and even short-term plans.
Discuss life insurance with a OneInsure expert by calling 86559-86559 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.