• Compare Premiums Smartly
Before finalising any plan, compare the premiums offered by various insurers. A child plan with lower premium is not always the best, as it may not have important inbuilt features or riders like the waiver of premium. Finally, choose a plan that allows partial withdrawals based on the financial requirements of your child at different stages of his/her life.
Buying a child saving plan is no child’s play, and parents must do some homework before picking the most suitable plan. We are sure that the above steps will help you identify and invest in the best child saving plan.
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