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Increasing term insurance

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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5 mistakes you should avoid while buying life insurance

10-07-2017| Source:Moneycontrol.com

If you are looking at a pure protection product to safeguard your financial responsibilities in your absence, you should buy term insurance plans.

GST to be revenue nuetral in short-term, says Fitch

04-07-2017| Source:PTI

;unlikely to increase revenue in the short term."

Aim to increase market share from 33% to 40% by 2018: Suzlon  

03-07-2017| Source:CNBC-TV18

Suzlon Energy has undergone transformation in the last three-four quarters especially in terms of operational improvement of numbers. In a special episode from CNBC-TV18s series, Under the Lens

Durable makers may not pass on higher tax burden to consumers

02-07-2017| Source:PTI

"In the short-to mid-term, I see the fundamentals remaining the same. Though consumer durables industry is being taxed at 28 per cent, which is slightly more than what the previous tax structure

MSP hike higher than last year, but still modest: Nomura

27-06-2017| Source:PTI

According to Nomura estimates, every 1 percent increase in MSP raises headline CPI inflation by around 15 basis points. Moreover, food inflation is set to decline further in the near term which

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