Riders are attachments or amendments to an insurance policy that adds to the coverage in the policy. For instance, a waiver of premium rider will allow you to continue your endowment life coverage for a limited time if you cannot pay the premium.
Riders available for whole life insurance:
- Critical illness
- Waiver of premium
- Accidental death and dismemberment
- Accelerated sum assured
- Partial and permanent disability
- Hospital cash
Whole Life Riders: Basics
- Term Rider
- Rider, adds the extra bit in life insurance
- Critical illness benefit rider takes care of unforeseen medical expenses
- Accidental Disability/Dismemberment Benefit Rider
Whole Life Riders: Opinion
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- Returns on Whole Life Policy vs. Inflation Calculator
Do the returns on my whole life policy beat inflation?
- Should I Continue My Whole life Policy?
Use this calculator to find out if you should continue your whole life policy or invest the premium amount saved in other avenues.
- Endowment vs. Whole Life Comparator
Use this comparator to compare a whole life insurance policy and an endowment policy.
- Insurance Planner
Use this calculator to find out how much life insurance you need.