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Child Insurance

Child insurance plans carry dual benefit for the child. First, they help generate a good corpus by investing the premiums in a fund that can either be endowment based or ULIP based. Second, they provide a life cover to the investing parent of which the child is the beneficiary. In case of the death of the policyholder, the insurance company waives off the future premiums and continues to invest in that fund on the policyholder’s behalf. Moreover, it pays a lump sum or period amount for the maintenance of the child. Thus, these plans protect the interest of the child even when you are not with him/her.

Saving money on our own can be difficult as we cannot be that much disciplined unless we enter into a plan which necessitates us to deposit a particular amount or else it would lapse. Such routine is mandatory for systematic saving and investment. The returns from other funds or investments can get spent on other things. That is why it would be better if you have a dedicated child plan in your investment portfolio of which only your child would be the beneficiary.

As per financial experts, investing in such a plan should be started as early as possible to have more time for your money to grow. Ideally you should start comparing child insurance plans of various companies as soon as you know about the pregnancy. There are over a score of companies selling such plans and offer differentiated plans to stay competitive. Effective plan comparison and market research shall ascend you towards the most suitable plan from a reputed company.

For effective comparison you may try services of an insurance web aggregator. On a web aggregator website you can compare plans of scores of companies at a single web location and that too free of cost. Such effective comparison brings more confidence in your purchase and helps you take educated steps in selecting your plan type. Based on such comparison and analysis you can decide whether to go for an Endowment based child plan or a ULIP based child plan. Comparing premiums with your budget you can decide how much cover to go for.