When you’re unwell, you take a day off work and return the next day without severely affecting your job. However, when you’re critically unwell, e.g., cancer, you become debilitated and require a long period of rest. This jeopardizes your ability to work. Fortunately, critical illness plans are plans that provide a lump sum of money whenever you are critically ill, to help you cope with the period when you’re not working. The problem with critical illness plans is that they terminate upon paying out and do not account for relapses of critical illnesses. As such, in the recent years insurance companies came up with multi-pay plans, plans that provided multiple payouts throughout the payee’s life. In this article, fundMyLife reviews the AIA Triple Critical Cover and describes its notable features. Note: this article is accurate as of September 2018.

What is it?

The AIA Triple Critical Cover is a multi-pay critical illness plan that covers illnesses in the early …

 

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