A life insurance policy is bought on the simple premise that if the policyholder dies suddenly, his/her legal heirs or nominees will get the policy proceeds. Since the policyholder is, usually, the family’s bread-earner or significant contributor, the proceeds help the family deal with the financial consequences arising from the unfortunate death of the policyholder.
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