Prabhjot Singh, administrative officer at Ludhiana city post office, said, “We appeal to all the customers to revive their policy by August 31. PLI is a good investment option on account of lower premium and higher bonuses. To reap the benefits of the policy, regular payment is mandatory.” … [Read more...] about Ludhiana: Last date to revive postal life insurance extended to August 31
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The coverage can’t be enough. The liability coverage has some really low limits. While experts are recommending to have at least $500,000 of liability coverage per accident and $2 million to be fully protected, cheap policies are offering only $10,000 to $30,000 liability coverage per incident. These small limits can easily be exceeded even in a minor accident with a few passengers that require costly medical treatments. Drivers won’t be able to fix their cars after a collision. Insurance companies will cover the damage inflicted on other drivers, property, passengers, and vehicles if the policyholder only has liability coverage. Liability coverage does not cover the costs to repair the policyholder’s damaged vehicle. Drivers can remain without their cars after a claim. Drivers that have cheap car insurance are more likely to remain without a car after filing a claim. Policyholders that don’t have the money to repair their vehicles after a crash, and their … [Read more...] about What Are The Cons Of Purchasing A Really Cheap Car Insurance
Amoeba? Really? I have to say that I find these unending “how coronavirus will change us forever” stories insulting. The assumption is that fear will guide our post-coronavirus lives, not for a few years, but forever. The scaredy-pants prophesying in these stories underestimates humanity’s historic toughness—our plague-defying, atrocity-surviving, don’t-mess-with-me grit. Humanity has endured fires, droughts, civil wars, world wars, earthquakes, terrorism, famines, floods, killer bees, Honey Boo Boo, and near-nuclear annihilation. We may be greedy, shortsighted, and violent, but we’re resilient little creatures too. So the idea that we’re destined for a hug-free, homebound future seems, well, offensive. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Won’t Change Us Forever
The dangerous flipside Companies are looking to remote working not simply for the benefits to productivity and work culture but to help cut costs amid the economic turmoil caused by Covid-19. It was certainly the motivation that led to energy giant Worley slashing 1,900 jobs and permanently moving some operations to remote working. It also prompted other Australian brands such as Westpac and Optus to announce similar shifts to remote working. … [Read more...] about Remote working is not going away: who wins and loses when workers stay home?
Making the Decision Everything breaks eventually, and a home warranty could be the perfect solution to avoiding costly unforeseen repairs. However, before you purchase a warranty, be sure to read the fine print of the warranty contract carefully. Get a sense of what will and won't be covered, as well as the limits the warranty company will pay for repairs and replacements. Then, weigh the benefits and the risks, keeping your pocketbook in mind. … [Read more...] about 7 Things To Know About Home Warranties