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Term life insurance in which the death benefit increases periodically over the policy's term, usually purchased as a cost of living rider to a whole life policy.

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Budget 2017: Increase tax benefits for senior citizen health insurance

18-01-2017| Source:Moneycontrol.com

and term insurance plans were introduced as part of social security schemes and an enhanced limit for tax deduction in health insurance was announced. This time, there are proposals for new health care

Royal Sundaram General eyes 25% biz from accident, health cover

17-01-2017| Source:PTI

Similarly, the company also plans to increase premium income from commercial line of business-comprising segments like property, engineering, marine and liability to 20 percent from 12 percent over

PE inflow in real estate up 62% in 2016 at Rs 38,000cr:JLL India

16-01-2017| Source:PTI

Out of the total PE inflow, Rs 13,500 crore was investment through pure equity while the rest was through different structures of debt. Even in terms of pure equity, 2016 saw an impressive increase

Limited room to reduce fiscal deficit to 3% in FY'18: Moody's

16-01-2017| Source:PTI

The credit rating agency expects the government to renew its commitment to increase capital spending and address the short-term disruptive impact of demonetisation in the Budget to be unveiled

Is longer holding of stocks for tax relief good for investors?

16-01-2017| Source:Moneycontrol.com

Tax experts believe investors can gain if holding period for long term capital gains (LTCG) exemption is increased to three years from the present one year since it would provide an impetus

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