LIC Introducing Two New Endowment Plans LIC Aadhaar Shila and LIC Aadhaar Stambh and New Whole Life Plan LIC Jeevan Umang
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LIC's Jeevan Lakshya is a participating non-linked plan which offers a combination of protection and savings. This plan provides for Annual Income benefit that may help to fulfill the needs of the family, primarily for the benefit of children, in case of unfortunate death of Policyholder any time before maturity and a lump sum amount at the time of maturity irrespective of survival of the Policyholder. This plan also takes care of liquidity needs through its loan facility.
On death of the Life Assured before the stipulated Date of Maturity provided the policy is in full force by paying upto-date premiums, Death Benefit, defined as sum of “Sum Assured on Death”, vested Simple Reversionary Bonuses and Final Additional Bonus, if any, shall be payable.
Annual Income Benefit equal to 10% of the Basic Sum Assured, which shall be payable from the policy anniversary coinciding with or following the date of death of Life Assured, till the policy anniversary prior to the date of maturity.
Assured Absolute Amount equal to 110% of Basic Sum Assured, which shall be payable on due date of maturity; and The vested Simple Reversionary Bonuses and Final Additional Bonus, if any, included in the Death Benefit, shall be payable on due date of maturity.
he Death Benefit defined above shall not be less than 105% of all the premiums paid as on date of death.
Premiums referred above exclude tax, extra premium and rider premium(s), if any.
“Sum Assured on Maturity” equal to Basic Sum Assured, along with vested Simple Reversionary bonuses and Final Additional bonus, if any, shall be payable in lump sum on survival to the end of the policy term provided all due premiums have been paid.
Premiums can be paid regularly during the premium paying term at yearly, half-yearly, quarterly or monthly intervals (through ECS or through salary deductions).
However, a grace period of one month but not less than 30 days will be allowed for payment of yearly or half-yearly or quarterly premiums and 15 days for monthly premiums.