APA Life 527600
APA Insurance 511600
Group Life insurance is a benefit offered by an employer or an aggregator of diverse segments of the population for reasons other than insurance (like an association or labour organization) to its workers or members. Such organizations are called the sponsor of the group life scheme. Group life insurance is typically offered as part of employee / membership benefit package.
Ideally the cover will cost each individual worker or member much less than if they had to purchase an individual policy. Those receiving coverage do not have to pay anything “out of pocket” for the Group Life policy benefits if the employer or the group to which they belong provides this as a benefit. However, members of the group or employees may pay directly through salary or annual subscriptions if the employer or the group plays the role of a facilitator only. Usually a minimum number of employees or members are prescribed for the team to qualify as a group for the purpose of taking a group life cover.
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