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Details About Premium
Details About Premium Benefit illustration @8% India First Maha Jeevan – Policy Details Grace Period: A limited timeframe of 30 days is provided to the life insured as a grace period during which the insured person can clear all the premiums. In case of failure of premium payment the term of the policy discontinues. The timeframe for monthly mode of payment is fifteen days. Policy Termination or Surrender Benefit: The policy may be surrendered after three years of full premium payment. If the premiums of the policy are not paid for two full years, then the policy expires. If the policy is not restored within the renewal period, the policy is terminated. The tenure of policy also comes to an end when the maturity benefit or death benefit is paid to the insured. Free Look Period: From starting date of policy issued, the insurance owner have a limited 15 days period of free-look during which they can initiate policy cancellation if he/she did not liked the terms and conditions offered by the policy. The customer will receive the paid premium and a proportionate premium for the risk borne by the company is subtracted, including any add-on expenses, like medical examination or stamp duty charges. Inclusions The insured can avail policy loan after the policy gains the surrender benefits, on the condition that the loan amount does not exceed 90% of the surrender benefits. Additional Features or Riders Policyholders may opt for the India First term rider in order to enhance their life cover, the additional Sum Assured of which is payable on policyholders expiry. The Sum Assured under the rider cannot exceed the life cover opted under the policy. The lapsed policy can be renewed if the insured person submits a request for renewal of policy within a period of 2 years of timeframe from the date of the first unpaid premium. If premiums for three policy years are paid, and subsequently the policyholder fails pay again during this period, then the policy acquires Paid- up Value. Exclusions The coverage of the term insurance is nullified if the life insured, ends his/her own life or we can say if he/she commits suicide within 12 months from the date policy is issued and comes into action. The insurer of the policy returns only 80% of the premium paid to the beneficiary of the policy. In case, the policyholder does the same act within a year of policy renewal then the nominee of policy wee receive either the surrender benefits or the 80% of the premium paid whichever is higher.
Maha Jeevan – Benefits
If the life insured outlives the policys maturity date, he or she receives a maturity benefit, which is equal to the guaranteed sum assured plus the simple reversionary bonus and terminal bonus (if any). The beneficiary of the policy receives a death benefit in case of unfortunate death of the insured person. The death benefit paid is the guaranteed sum assured plus the accrued reversionary bonus and terminal bonus. The death benefit is calculated as the following: When the entry age is less than 45 years, the death benefit is the higher of ten times the annualized premium or 100% of the Guaranteed Sum Assured plus the Accrued Bonus and Term Rider Sum Assured (if any). When the entry age is 45 years or higher, the death benefit is the higher of seven times the annualized premium or 100% of the guaranteed sum assured plus the accrued bonus and term rider sum assured (if any). This policy provides Simple Reversionary Bonus and Terminal Bonus that are paid as part of the Maturity Benefit or the Death Benefit. Under the sections of Income Tax Act 80 C and 10(10D) Tax benefits can be availed.
Details About Premium
Details About Premium Benefit illustration @8% India First Maha Jeevan – Policy Details Grace Period: A limited timeframe of 30 days is provided to the life insured as a grace period during which the insured person can clear all the premiums. In case of failure of premium payment the term of the policy discontinues. The timeframe for monthly mode of payment is fifteen days. Policy Termination or Surrender Benefit: The policy may be surrendered after three years of full premium payment. If the premiums of the policy are not paid for two full years, then the policy expires. If the policy is not restored within the renewal period, the policy is terminated. The tenure of policy also comes to an end when the maturity benefit or death benefit is paid to the insured. Free Look Period: From starting date of policy issued, the insurance owner have a limited 15 days period of free-look during which they can initiate policy cancellation if he/she did not liked the terms and conditions offered by the policy. The customer will receive the paid premium and a proportionate premium for the risk borne by the company is subtracted, including any add-on expenses, like medical examination or stamp duty charges. Inclusions The insured can avail policy loan after the policy gains the surrender benefits, on the condition that the loan amount does not exceed 90% of the surrender benefits. Additional Features or Riders Policyholders may opt for the India First term rider in order to enhance their life cover, the additional Sum Assured of which is payable on policyholders expiry. The Sum Assured under the rider cannot exceed the life cover opted under the policy. The lapsed policy can be renewed if the insured person submits a request for renewal of policy within a period of 2 years of timeframe from the date of the first unpaid premium. If premiums for three policy years are paid, and subsequently the policyholder fails pay again during this period, then the policy acquires Paid- up Value. Exclusions The coverage of the term insurance is nullified if the life insured, ends his/her own life or we can say if he/she commits suicide within 12 months from the date policy is issued and comes into action. The insurer of the policy returns only 80% of the premium paid to the beneficiary of the policy. In case, the policyholder does the same act within a year of policy renewal then the nominee of policy wee receive either the surrender benefits or the 80% of the premium paid whichever is higher.
Maha Jeevan – Benefits
If the life insured outlives the policys maturity date, he or she receives a maturity benefit, which is equal to the guaranteed sum assured plus the simple reversionary bonus and terminal bonus (if any). The beneficiary of the policy receives a death benefit in case of unfortunate death of the insured person. The death benefit paid is the guaranteed sum assured plus the accrued reversionary bonus and terminal bonus. The death benefit is calculated as the following: When the entry age is less than 45 years, the death benefit is the higher of ten times the annualized premium or 100% of the Guaranteed Sum Assured plus the Accrued Bonus and Term Rider Sum Assured (if any). When the entry age is 45 years or higher, the death benefit is the higher of seven times the annualized premium or 100% of the guaranteed sum assured plus the accrued bonus and term rider sum assured (if any). This policy provides Simple Reversionary Bonus and Terminal Bonus that are paid as part of the Maturity Benefit or the Death Benefit. Under the sections of Income Tax Act 80 C and 10(10D) Tax benefits can be availed.