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A type of insurance coverage offered to a group of people. This coverage will provide a monetary benefit to the beneficiaries if the covered individual dies during the defined covered period.
As with other types of group benefits, group term life insurance is generally cheaper than comparable individual policy coverage. For this reason, group term life insurance is often a key component in employee benefit packages.
The premiums are based on the company’s deaths experience, proposed sum assured, range of employees’ ages and the occupation of the employees.
Most of us do not use of insurance as a risk management tool. Insurance is still used to save taxes or make savings. Therefore most of us buy investment based plans, which have meager sum assureds. In case of untimely death of a person these policies are unable to provide a sufficient corpus, which can replace the income of the person.
A Group Term Life cover supplements the sum assured taken by an employee and provides financial relief to the family in case of the employee’s untimely death.
While Fire Insurance also covers damage to assets from explosions, damage to boiler or pressure plant itself is not covered in the Fire policy. Damage to boiler and pressure plant due to an explosion can only be covered through this policy. The policy provides coverage for all types of boilers and other pressure plants.
No, all benefits under the plan are terminated when a member leaves the group.
No, sum assured cannot be changed mid term unless the sum assured for the whole group or the particular hierarchy is being revised. Sum assured can also be changed if any person has been promoted during the policy duration and the new designation enjoys a higher sum assured.
Insurers require the following information for each member of the group: