What are the types of insurance?

My income has been growing per annum and I always seem to have excess money that I don't use. I was thinking of inversting on different types of insurances such as live, health and accident insurances but I would also like to know what other insurances are there so I can think about which insurance to prioritise my investments on.

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    It is a good thing that you are taking an interest in investing money on your insurance. There are not 1, not 2, but over 20 different types of insurance. The most common tupes are Life, Health and Travel Insurance but there are also Home, Child, Maid, Car, Pet and Personal accident insurance as well.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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