The Long Read

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When you buy a term insurance plan, you need to pay your premiums regularly at a pre-decided time. Failure to do this will result in a policy lapse and loss of benefits. 


You have the option of choosing how frequently you pay the premiums. Let’s look at the various available options: 

  • Monthly - you pay a fixed amount every month 

  • Quarterly - you pay a fixed amount every three months 

  • Half-yearly - you pay a fixed amount every six months 

  • Annually - you pay a fixed amount every year

It totally depends on your convenience. For example, if you don't mind annual payments, it can help you save ~5%. Or you can opt for the monthly option if that is the lightest on your wallet.

Simple. Just activate auto-pay with your bank or your credit card to ensure you never miss out on your premium payments.

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