LIC New Janaraksha Plan is a simple endowment policy with bonus facility. The Sum Assured for this policy along with accrued Bonus is payable to the policyholder on the Maturity or in the case of earlier death. This plan also provides for inbuilt accidental death benefit. One of its leading advantages is the fact that once a policy owner has paid 2 years of premium, but stops paying the same, he is still covered for death benefits for the the next 3 years. The period of the live cover of unpaid premiums starts from the day the last premium was paid.
LIC New Janaraksha Plan Eligibility Criteria
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|Minimum entry age||18 years.|
|Maximum entry age||50 years.|
|Minimum age at maturity||Not Applicable|
|Maximum age at maturity||70 years.|
Key Features of LIC New Janaraksha Plan
|Plan type||Simple endowment policy|
|Premium paying terms||Minimum: 12 years Maximum: 30 years|
|Policy term||Minimum: 12 years Maximum: 30 years|
|Death Benefits||In the case of the policy owner's death, the nominees will receive a lump sum amount which includes the Sum Assured + accrued Bonus.|
|Maturity benefits||Just as it for death benefit, the insured will receive the maturity benefit which includes the sum assured as well as the accrued bonus.|
|Accident in- built Rider Benefits||The maximum limit for this amount is Rs. 5 lakhs. In the case of death caused by accident the amount will be paid to the nominee at one go. However, if the accident leads to the policyholder's disability then the policy will payout the maturity or death benefit amount in installments.|
|Premium payment frequency||Annually, Quarterly, Half-yearly, Monthly and SSS|
|No Medicals||The plan can be taken without any medicals by answering a few questions.|
|Grace period||After 2 years of policy payment the life cover will be still applicable for the coming 3 years..|
|Policy revival||The policy can revived within 3 years from the date of 1st premium missed.|
|Alterations||The policy allows alteration of premium paying frequency.|
|Nomination||Nomination is accepted under this policy.|
|Sum Assured||Minimum: Rs.30,000 Maximum: Rs. 10 lakhs|
|Policy coverage||Death benefit, maturity benefits and accidental benefits with rider.|
Benefits and Features of the LIC New Janaraksha Plan
The main features and benefits of the LIC New Janaraksha Plan include the following:
How LIC New Janaraksha Plan Works
This plan works through simple live cover which is a payment of the sum assured as well as the accrued bonuses being paid out in the case of death. However, in the case of death caused by accident the cover is upto Rs. 5 lakhs. In the case of maturity that is if the policy owner services the policy term and has paid all his due premiums, hew will receive the maturity benefit which is the same as the death benefit. Also,once a policy owner has paid 2 years of premium, but stops paying the same, he is still covered for death benefits for the the next 3 years. The period of the live cover of unpaid premiums starts from the day the last premium was paid.
LIC New Janaraksha Plan Premium Payments
The premium amount is dependant on the policy term as well as the amount of or sum that has been assured for cover of this plan. The premiums also can be paid in SSS, monthly, yearly, half-yearly basis. Hence, the instances are variable for people. The premium payment details are hence variable and flexible based on the policy holder's preference of policy tenure and sum assured.
LIC New Janaraksha Plan Riders
There is an in-built rider that includes an accidental death benefit. The maximum limit for this amount is Rs. 5 lakhs. In the case of death caused by accident the amount will be paid to the nominee at one go. However, if the accident leads to the policyholder's disability then the policy will payout the maturity or death benefit amount in installments.
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