Yashish Dahiya

  1. ULIPs - from chequered past to unsure future

The recent proposal to make man­datory 25% of Unit Linked Insur­ance Plan (ULIP) investment in government securities (G-sec) has left many surprisedread more »

  1. Why should you opt for a comprehensive motor policy

A comprehensive motor insurance policy secures your vehicle against natural and man-made calamities, including acts of terrorism, road rage etc. In coread more »

  1. Health Insurance for Alternative Treatment

UNTIL a few years ago, health insurersusec to cover only allopathic treatment while alterna­tive treatments were left, out of the insurance ambit. Thread more »

  1. Loopholes in maternity plans

Maternity riders usually have waiting periods and don’t cover all contingencies. If you believe you are fully covered for maternity expenses throughread more »

  1. Health Insurance: Opt for suitable riders, add-on covers to maximise your benefit

Add-on plans play a critical role in giving you a better coverage at an affordable premium. It is better than buying a new health policy altogether. Iread more »

  1. Insurance products that India invests in the most

The insurance sector is expected to fly high with the opening up of FDI in the sector. Industry players expect innovation and new insurance products tread more »

  1. Never ever let your health insurance policy lapse

If the policy lapses you lose all benefits such as no claim bonus, waiting period waiver and coverage for pre-existing conditions. Rishi, a 35 year oread more »

  1. Why Home Insurance Matters

In the wake of recent earthquake, discussions about home insurance have taken a sudden centre stage. There has been a much required awareness on theread more »

  1. Travel Insurance Covers for Domestic Trips: 5 Scenarios

While buying travel insurance for certain international trips is mandatory, for domestic trips one can do without it.Let us break down this concept viread more »

  1. Co-payment: Insurers help those who help themselves

If your policy comes with a co-payment clause, you will have to pay a portion of your health insurance bill our of your own pocket. IF you are shoppiread more »