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04 Jul, 2021 by  Vimal Krishnan R

I am holding an LIC Jeevan Anand (Plan-149). The Commencement date of this plan was on 09/12/2011 and the premium paying term is 20 years (ending on 9/12/2031). It would be great if anyone can answer the following questions regarding this plan:


1)If I exit the plan this year, will I receive the Bonus, Guaranteed Addition that has been accrued? If I will not be entitled to the Bonus, will I at least receive in full, the amount that I have paid as premium?


2) The 'sum assured' is Rs. 5 Lakhs. Is this the only amount that my family will receive if at all I die during the premium paying term? or are there any additional amounts?


3) The policy term is 76 years. So if I continue to pay the premium till my premium payment end date (that is till 09/12/2031) will I get life insurance coverage after this date? The policy term is 76 years and the date of maturity is 9/12/2087. If yes, will the amount of life cover be the same 5 lakhs?

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05 Jul, 2021

Jeevan Anand is a product having a combination of endowment & whole life. At the end of the 20th year you would get around 10 lakhs i.e. sum assured 5 lakhs plus 5 lakhs of bonus ( my assessment). The policy would not end there but you would continue to hv a death risk coverage of 5 lakhs without any premium till age 100. That means a guaranteed death claim benefit is there for family. There is also a provision of surredering this death claim benefit after a ceryain age perhaps 75 years. If you do so you may get more than 2.5 lakhs or so. Would not advise to surrender / break the policy . It is a good policy.

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16 Jul, 2021
Vimal Krishnan R
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05 Jul, 2021

Dear Vimal

Answers to your question

1. If you exit now , you shall receive surrender value which will be almost 60 % of paid premium and accrued bonus till date. No You shall not receive your paid premium .

2. In case of death , your nominee would receive Rs 5 lakh plus accrued bonus .

3. Yes , you will have cover of Rs 5 lakh for full life and your nominee will receive onky Rs 5 lalh .

Hope this clarify . I rrcommrnd you to pay regular premium, take approx rs 10 lakh in 2031 and your nominee will get td 5 lakh on death .after maturity.


Hope this clsrify

Shailesh

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Vimal Krishnan R
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16 Jul, 2021

Dear Vimal


Refer your comments , answers are given below :

  1. Yes , each participating policy has a guaranteed surrender value which keep increasing with payment of premium . As you have paid 10 yearly premium hence guaranteed surrender value will be approx 60% of paid premium . Same formula would also apply with accrued bonuses , you will have approx Rs 1.20 lakh accrued bonus and you will receive 60% of accrued bonus . There is a SV factor which applies to accrued bonus .
  2. So you will not receive full accrued bonus but a percentage of accrued bonus calculated as per SV factor .
  3. It will not be taxable .
  4. No , death claim will not be applicable as you are terminating the contract premature .
  5. Let us say the premium is Rs 100 and you paid for 3 year then guaranteed surrender value after 3 year is 30% of Rs 200 i.e Rs 60 . So you pay Rs 300 and you get Rs 60 plus surrender value of accrued bonuses . Now all new policies generate surrender value after two year .

Hope this clarifies


Shailesh

Insurance Samadhan

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Dear Vimal


Yes , if you continue plan and take maturity then you shall have a whole life cover of Rs 5 lakh which means your nominee will receive Rs 5 lakh whenever death happens post maturity .

Hope this clarifies , now


Shailesh


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