Life Insurance Roundup, June 14, 2016


Scientologist ethos used to train NSG financial planners to sell life insurance | afr.com

A Melbourne-based financial planning group targeted by the regulator in a landmark court case used the teachings of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard as part of its staff training, a former employee has claimed. 


SBI Life Insurance eyes 30-40% growth in new business premium

SBI Life Insurance is eyeing to achieve a growth of 30-40 per cent in the new business premium in 2016-17, a top company official said. 


Life Happens Honors Insurance Agents for Outstanding Client Service

Life Happens, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating Americans about the importance of life insurance, today announced the recipients of its Real Life Stories Client Recognition Program


Exide Life Insurance launches #IncomeKaTopUp | Best Media Info, News and Analysis on Indian Advertising, Marketing and Media Industry.

Exide Life Insurance recently launched its new digital campaign #IncomeKaTopUp across social media. The campaign, centred on the recently launched Exide Life Income Advantage Plan, projects the need for a second income in a very simple way using two interesting situations. 


SBI Life Insurance eyes 30-40% growth in new business premium – Times of India

Kolkata, June 13 (IANS) SBI Life Insurance is eyeing to achieve a growth of 30-40 per cent in the new business premium in 2016-17, a top company official said. 


Telangana: Insurance mis-selling, unfair practises rise

A 10 per cent rise in complaints in life insurance cases has been noted by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India as consumers are going to courts and approaching the insurance ombudsman to get their claims settled. 


Does our young family have enough insurance?

In our April 2016 issue of MoneySense, we introduced you to Sammu and Mandy Dhaliwall, a young married couple with three kids from Brampton, Ont. 


Which insurance covers are a must-have? Find out – The Economic Times

Vikas is 30 and about to start a family. He has been saving regularly to meet his goals of buying a house, going on a holiday abroad, retirement and the like. 


Why you shouldn’t buy insurance to save tax – The Economic Times

If you do a dipstick survey, nearly 100% of taxpayers would have bought life insurance. The irony is that nine out of 10 of these buyers would have bought insurance for the wrong reason: to save tax. 


Long-term, you need this insurance | Bradenton Herald

Long-term care insurance is perhaps one of the most important considerations we should make as we age. It is estimated that 75 percent of the average Americans over the age of 65 will need some form of long-term care. 

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