Driving Insurance Agent Productivity with Mobile and Big Data...
Consumer Insight, Experimentation and Other Winning Strategies for...
Managing a Major System Change to Reap Organizational and Business...
Innovation challenges and the Insurance Broker
How IT Transformation is Enabling Nationwide's Digitization
Michael Carrel, SVP-IT & CIO, Enterprise Applications, Nationwide
Redefining the Future of IT in Insurance
Murali Natarajan, SVP & CIO, West Bend Mutual Insurance
Mary Kotch, Executive Vice President & CIO, Validus Reinsurance
A Practical Approach to Innovation
Mark L. Berthiaume, EVP, Chief Information Officer & Chief Technology Innovation Officer, The Hanover Insurance Group
Thank you for Subscribing to CIO Applications Weekly Brief
Must-know facts about Life Insurance
Today more and more people are opting for life insurance policies. These policies are contracts between the insurer and the policyholder, where the insurer is supposed to pay the policyholder upon his death, in exchange of premiums paid by the policyholder. Everyone possesses this bit of common knowledge about life insurance policies, but very few are aware of the specific points included in the agreements. To understand the implications of a life insurance policy is crucial because it can help in deciding whether or not to opt for one in the first place.
There are numerous reasons why people buy life insurance policies, and the most common one is the consideration of the stability of the family after the death of the policyholder. Apart from this, there could be various personal causes as well. Many people consider life insurance very pricey, which is not the truth because starting at an early age could mean that you have to invest very little in the policy. The market also offers a range of choices, such as allowing the customers to calculate the cost involved in the policy-system beforehand.
Specified insurances like health insurance, can work better in certain situations. In such cases, rather than buying life insurance, one should carefully consider the other available options to see its viability. Not all insurance policies are long term or permanent ones. The prospects of term insurance is a good one for the younger generations who feel permanent insurance might be unaffordable for them.
Not many people know about the tax benefits that one can score by buying life insurance. Life insurance policies help in reducing the overall taxable income. Deferred taxes can be paid back by using money from life insurance. A life insurance policy can prove to be a handy tool, or it might also be disadvantageous. How someone treats it determines its utility and benefits. Clarity and planning are vital while deciding whether or not, to opt for a life insurance policy.