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A monthly round up of the interesting & informative articles for you to stay tuned with money and investments trends

VOL 13 ISSUE 09

September 2020 eCRMagic Newsletter

    Topic 1: Insurance: How digital health records can help insurers as well as the insured
    Topic 2: Coming Soon! Index-linked products for life insurance policyholders on the anvil
    Topic 3: How a Super Top up Health Insurance Plan can Help You
    Topic 4: Will COVID-19 vaccine be covered under your existing health insurance policy?

VOL 4 ISSUE 08

August 2020 eCRWealth Newsletter

    Topic 1: How you can protect your familys interests in these uncertain times
    Topic 2: Best financial gifts for your sister this Raksha Bandhan
    Topic 3: 5 Income Tax Related Deadlines you Should Know
    Topic 4: Get used to a new normal for your financial life too

VOL 13 ISSUE 08

August 2020 eCRMagic Newsletter

    Topic 1: How to Revive a Lapsed Life Insurance Policy ?
    Topic 2: Who Should Buy The New Corona Kavach Insurance ?
    Topic 3: Myths on COVID-19 that you should stop believing
    Topic 4: All You Need to Know About Section 45 of Insurance Act

VOL 4 ISSUE 07

July 2020 eCRWealth Newsletter

    Topic 1: This could be the perfect time for wealth creation
    Topic 2: Market crashes? Time to rebalance portfolio
    Topic 3: Ways in which investors can rejig their mutual fund strategy amid COVID-19 fall
    Topic 4: Top 4 lessons from 2008 financial crisis that are valid in 2020 also

VOL 13 ISSUE 07

July 2020 eCRMagic Newsletter

    Topic 1: Making claims from multiple Health Insurance Policies
    Topic 2: Applying for Life Insurance with a Pre-Existing Medical Condition
    Topic 3: How to Select The Best Senior Citizen Health Insurance Policy?
    Topic 4: Term Insurance in Times of COVID

VOL 4 ISSUE 06

June 2020 eCRWealth Newsletter

    Topic 1: Five Reasons to invest in Debt Funds
    Topic 2: Use mutual funds to diversify with small amount
    Topic 3: IMPORTANCE OF TAX SAVER MUTUAL FUNDS
    Topic 4: Keeping money in bank deposits is no longer attractive