Feedback on Aviva Freedom Life Advantage plan and Aviva i-Life Online plan

POSTED BY SHISHIR ON October 17, 2013 8:33 am COMMENTS (4)


I am working at IT software company. My annual package is 3,60,000.

Right now I don\’t have any policy. So Tax saving what should I do and which one is better for my future?
I am thinking LIC Jeevan Anand, AVIVA i-life Term Plan Online and AVIVA Freedom Life Advantage Balance Fund-II is better for me or any other thing then please suggest me.

I will follow your guidance.

4 replies on this article “Feedback on Aviva Freedom Life Advantage plan and Aviva i-Life Online plan”

  1. ashalanshu says:

    Dear Shishir, why are you investing 500 Rs. only in PPF and that too mly? Please do not get iritated as I want you to make understand your own actions and the logics behind these. In the process, if I feel my help/input is required, I’ll add for sure.



  2. sidfever says:

    I have an Aviva i-Life Term plan for 30 lakhs. Premium is fairly competitive. Service till now has been satisfactory. I also applied for SBI life eshield for another term insurance cover.

    I have to die to confirm which of the above creates troubles for my family members during claim settlement. But I don’t want to die. Bad joke 🙁

  3. SHISHIR says:

    Dear Ashalanshu,

    Thanks for your advice…

    I have already PPF account in SBI. I am depositing every month Rs. 500/-.
    Regarding PF account my company provided me.
    And Tax saving MFs, Tax saving bank FDs, NSCs I haven’t much more knowledge.
    Please advice me regarding how to do and what is the benefits.

    And other thing is please suggest me regarding,

    1. LIC Jeevan Anand,

    2. AVIVA Freedom Life Advantage (Balance Fund-II) (Offline)

    3. AVIVA i-life Term Plan (Online)

    I want to take these above 3nos. plains so please suggest me its good for my future or not.

  4. ashalanshu says:

    Dear Shishir, is it written anywhere that you can save Tax only through Life Insurance Policies? What about your PF, PPF, Tax saving MFs, Tax saving bank FDs, NSCs………….?



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