Wether you're an Aries, Sagittarius, Taurus, Cancer, Capricorn, Gemini, Libra, Leos, Virgo, Scorpio, Aquarius, or Pisces, we're all in a nut and I don't think you could still say you're a lucky sign. 2020 has just been a tragedy for all of us and honestly, I wouldn't count on the stars if we're talking about money or preparing yourself financially. We're no quack doctors and I suggest, just make them guides instead of fully tell your future. I wonder what happened to that guy who said we're gonna be lucky this year LOL!
Anyway, I'm sure a few are doing better in times of crisis. People who are well prepared, probably had a lighter blow than most of us and evidently, they've gotten life insurance to keep themselves afloat in this pandemic. Filipinos usually prioritize putting food on the table and a roof over their head. Insurance just isn't a necessity and seen as a burden. That shouldn't be the case, and a lot of people learned too late.
Fret not, as InLife’s Solid Future will solve this problem. It's an affordable peso-denominated life insurance plan with an investment component together with it.
InLife Sr. Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Gae L. Martinez says "Solid Future can cost as low as Php 67 a day or about Php 24,000 a year. If you start early, you would get to build funds for a protected future."
The plans low initial payments give funds potential to grow faster compared to other life insurance products. This is ideal for Filipinos who want to save for long-term goals. This would be good for those who wish to have a business venture, purchase land, educational funds for kids or even their retirement.
What's good is that because of InLife’s Automated Underwriting System, they give insurance application decisions in more or less, about 30 minutes. Their regular payments can also be done via auto debit arrangement with banks so it's hassle free. Does that sound like a Solid Future? IKR!
InLife also partnered with ECPay who's got about 8,000 payment centers nationwide so it would be convenient for you to pay. This includes shops, convenience stores, pawning places, remittance and bayad centers. They also are found in rural banks for those in the rural areas, this would be convenient for those who want to keep safe at home or not travel too far.
You can check more about it via https://www.insularlife.com.ph/solid-future , as it's all there!