A non-participating traditional term insurance plan, BSLI Protector Plus Plan is the right plan for you if you are seeking affordable protection for your family. The BSLI Protector Plus Plan provides hedge against inflation courtesy the increasing Sum Assured option in addition to boosting your coverage with various riders. The nominee can receive the death benefit as annual income. This plan also offers premium reduction benefit for healthy lifestyles and non-tobacco users.
Eligibility Criteria of BSLI Protector Plus Plan
- Age at Entry: The minimum age is 18 years and the maximum is 65 years
- Age at Maturity: 75 years
Features of BSLI Protector Plus Plan
- Policy Term: Minimum - 5 years; maximum 30 years
- Premium Payment Term: Regular Pay
- Premium Payment Frequency: Annual, semi-annual, quarterly and monthly
- Sum Assured: Minimum - Rs.30 lakhs; maximum - no limit
- Premium: Minimum: Rs.3024; multiple factor - 0.519 (half-yearly), 0.265 (quarterly) and 0.090 (monthly) instalments
- Policy Option: Option I - level sum assured; option II - increasing sum assured (your sum assured increases by 5% or 10% sans any increase in premium)
Benefits of BSLI Protector Plus Plan
- Death Benefit: In the unfortunate event of the demise of the life insured, the nominee will be paid the Sum Assured. Upon death, the Sum Assured is higher of 105% of premiums paid, 10 times of annualised premium or applicable Sum Assured as on date of death. The nominee can choose any one of the following options to avail of death benefit under this plan
- Lump sum payment
- Staggered payment
- 20% of Sum Assured at the time of claim settlement plus on every death anniversary, a certain fixed percentage of Sum Assured based on a payout option chosen by the nominee is payable as annual income as listed in the table below:
|Term||% of Sum Assured|
After choosing the above option, if the nominee wants a lump sum payout rather than a staggered payout, he or she will be paid a discounted value (6.25% p.a subject to prior approval by IRDA) of the annual income (outstanding).
- Maturity Benefits: There are no benefits which are payable upon maturity under this plan
- Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Benefit: If the life insured suffers from Total and Permanent Disability, he or she will be paid 50% of Sum Assured at the time of inception. It is important to note that the death benefit in this case will not be affected
- Surrender Benefit: No surrender benefits are offered under this plan
- Tax Benefits: You can avail of certain tax benefits as per section 80C and section 10(10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Service Tax and education cess will be levied.
- Rider Benefits: The following riders are available under this BSLI Term plan
- BSLI Hospital Care Rider
- Birla Sun Life Surgical Care Rider
- BSLI Waiver of Premium Rider
- BSLI Critical Illness Rider
- BSLI Accidental Death and Disability Rider
Sandeep Sen, a 35-year-old IT employee (non-smoker) opts for the BSLI Protector Plus Plan for a Sum Assured of Rs. 10,000,000 (increasing cover option at 10%) with an annual premium paying mode for a policy term of 10 years. Sen will have to pay a premium of Rs.13,900. Upon the death of Sen in the fifth policy year, his nominee will receive a lump sum payment of Rs.1,61,05100. The policy will stand terminated after payment of the death benefit.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the exclusions to the policy?
No death benefit is payable for death due to suicide under one year from reinstatement date or during the first policy year.
- What happens if premiums are discontinued or not paid on time?
If you stop paying the premiums on time, all the benefits of the policy will lapse following the grace period of 30 days.
- Are there any surrender benefits available under this plan?
This plan does not offer any surrender benefits
- Can i avail of loan facility with this plan?
No. You cannot avail of any loans with this plan
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