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Amidst all the other hectic things going on in our lives, our individual Star Health Medi Classic policies completed their first policy anniversary. This happened way back in July. Since my annual expenses planning system works exceptionally well, I simply issued a check for the premium due. Seamless. I’d opted for individual policies to keep things simple and to avail higher coverage. None of the family floaters were to my liking — I either found the terms and conditions unfavorable or the coverage to be too low.
Funny thing is, sometime in June, I actually had a dream in which I completely forget the premium due date and the policy lapses. I recollect springing out of bed and running to the cupboard — and the file inside it — to check the due date! I’ve been intending to create a personal finance calendar but haven’t got around to doing so. Now’s as good a time as any.
Any suggestions? Google Calendar?
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