Difference between Health Insurance and Mediclaim

Still confused whether to buy a health insurance policy or a mediclaim policy? Aren’t they one and the same? Let’s outbreak the myth today and know both Health insurance policy and mediclaim in detail! I certainly didn’t know that Mediclaim and Health insurance policies are two different terms! Until Health insurance came into existence in… Read More »

Car Insurance Do’s and Don’ts for College Drivers

Even the most experienced drivers don’t always know the subtle difference that can make your driving experience a child’s play! In case you’re a new driver, here’s how you can make driving safer, than being sorry. This article is especially for our young, energetic and new age college drivers who are in complete perplexity on… Read More »

Why You Should Never Buy Insurance from Your Car Dealer

When you buy a car, opting for the insurance offered by the dealer may seem like an easier choice. But if you take a moment to look up the plans available online, you will see there are much better options available in the market. Gaurav is over the moon. He has managed to save up… Read More »

The most dangerous risks for insurers – a midyear review

Cybercrime tops the list of the most dangerous risks for insurers in Willis Re’s midyear review of issues likely to keep insurance executives up late at night. Specifically, the most omnipresent cybersecurity problems to date are Meltdown and Spectre, two hardware vulnerabilities built into the chips of almost every server, computer and mobile device. Not far behind is the… Read More »

What a driverless future means for auto insurance

The American public is skeptical about giving up control of their cars’ steering wheels. Despite the enthusiasm with which autonomous vehicles (AV) are being developed by auto manufacturers and technology companies, recent polls, including this one, showed that few drivers are interested in giving up control of their cars despite the potential safety and time-saving benefits.… Read More »

HHS Rule on Short-Term Health Insurance

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has released its final rule increasing the maximum duration of short-term, limited-duration insurance (STLDI) from 90 days to one year. NAIFA has advocated for this change in conversations with HHS officials and a comment letter submitted during the rule-making process. STLDI plans provide consumers with temporary, basic, affordable health insurance coverage,… Read More »