Everybody hopes for the best, but it is always better to prepare for scenarios that might not be ideal. This is why a backup in any situation always helps. This is especially true for life. A life insurance plan can offer financial support to your loved ones in your absence. Keep reading to find out how.
What is Life Insurance Policy?
A life insurance policy is a contract between an individual, called the Life Assured, and an insurance company. Here, the company promises to pay a certain sum of money to the individual’s family in case he/she were to pass away during the agreed-upon policy period. The Life Assured, in turn, is required to make regular premium payments to the company for a certain number of years. Some life insurance policies also pay out a maturity amount at the end of the policy term in case of survival of the Life Assured.
In certain types of policies, there is also an option to get critical illness benefits or create additional protection for your family if you pass away from an accident. You can read about these features and types of life insurance policies below.
From your first job to your retirement, a life insurance plan is crucial at every stage of your life!
You want to fulfil your desires like getting a better phone, your first car, going on holidays, and more. A unit linked insurance plan4 like ICICI Pru Smart Life offers life cover and helps in the growth of your money along with providing financial protection to your family, in case of any uncertainty.
You want to upgrade your standard of living by buying a bigger car, a house of your own, and more. which may increase your financial liabilities. Hence, a term insurance plan like ICICI Pru iProtect Smart provides life cover and will help you financially safeguard such assets for your family, in case of an unfortunate event. Additionally, it also gives you an option to protect yourself against 34 critical illnesses*^.
You want to fulfil your child’s growing needs like best education, extra circular activities, to provide for them irrespective of the choice of their career, marriage, and more. A unit linked insurance plan4 like ICICI Pru Signature helps grow your money for your child’s future along with providing a life cover.
You want ensure your current standard of living or better, post-retirement as well. You would also want enough money to take care of medical exigencies, unplanned expenses, and more. without hampering your life style. Along with this, you can plan to create a corpus for your spouse and children. An annuity plan like ICICI Pru Guaranteed Pension Plan helps you provide a comfortable life post-retirement with a regular income.
SO, MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION AND FINANCIALLY PLAN FOR EVERY LIFE STAGE.
Why do I need Life Insurance?
Critical Illness Protection
As you head towards retirement, life insurance policy that cover critical illnesses become important. Some life insurance policies offer you features that cover you from severe ailments like heart attacks and cancer. Buying these types of policies can protect you from some of the world’s most deadly diseases.
If you have a spouse and kids, building a safety net for them becomes important. You would want to protect them from financial hardship in case of your untimely demise. You can also get good returns with life insurance by investing in some policies
In your early years of working, some life insurance plans can be a useful way to save and invest your money. ULIPs or Unit Linked Life Insurance Policies allow you to invest in equity and debt markets. Under current tax laws (which are subject to future amendment), you also get tax^ benefits for investing in a life insurance plan and on the maturity amounts of such policies
You often take large loans in your working life, especially when it comes to buying a house. An untimely death while the loan is still due can have grave economic consequences for our families. In such a scenario, money from a life insurance plan in India can be used to pay off the loan. Policies taken under the Married Women’s Property Act^+, 1874 are also immune from attachment by creditors
Important life insurance terms you should know
1. Life assured:
The insured person is referred to as the life assured. In the unfortunate event of the life assured’s death, the nominee receives the insurance money.
2. Policy tenure:
This is the duration for which the insurance company provides coverage. Policy tenure for a life insurance plan can range anywhere from 1 year to 99 years (whole life).
3. Death benefit:
This is the money that the insurance company pays to the nominee in the unfortunate event of the life assured’s death.
4. Maturity benefit:
This is the money that the policy holder gets on surviving the policy term. Although a term life insurance policy does not have any maturity benefits, other life insurance plans offer this feature.
5. Lapsed policy:
A life insurance plan can get lapsed if the policy holder does not pay the premium on time. In such cases, the policy is referred to as a lapsed policy and the insurer reserves the right to terminate the contract if the policy holder does not pay the premium even during the grace period.
6. Grace period:
If the policy holder does not pay the premium, the insurance company offers an extension, also known as the grace period. This allows more time for the policy holder to make the payment.
7. Revival period:
If your life insurance policy gets lapsed due to non-payment of premium, you can revive it later by paying the premium and any added charges. This is known as the revival period.
Riders are add-ons that can be added to a policy at an extra cost. They are completely optional but can enhance the coverage of your plan.
9. Claim process:
The claim process refers to the steps involved in raising a claim request to the insurance company. It usually includes submitting the claim form, death certificate, FIR, identity proof, KYC information, and other necessary documents to the insurance company
These are the list of things that are not covered under a life insurance plan in India. For instance, some insurers do not cover suicide within the first few years of the policy tenure.
Types of Life Insurance Policies
|Types of Life Insurance Policies||Coverage|
|Term life insurance policy||Pure Risk Cover|
|Endowment life insurance policy||Insurance Cover + Saving|
|Non-Linked Participating Endowment Plan||Insurance cover + Sum Assured|
|Unit Linked Insurance Plans (ULIP)||Insurance + Investment Benefits|
|Non-participating Non-linked endowment plan||Fixed Insurance Cover|
Term Insurance Policy
This is the simplest type of life insurance policy. It pays your family a sum of money in case of your death, during the policy term. It does not pay anything if you survive the policy term. However the premiums on this type of policy tend to be low. For instance a monthly premium of just ₹ 1,057 can get you a life insurance cover of 1 crore rupees with regular income payout option (for a 30 year old, non-smoker) for 40 years(exclusive of taxes)
Explore Our Term Insurance Plan
Term plan with a range of options that you can select as per your budget.
- It fits into a tight budget^$
- Get claim payout on the first diagnosis of 34 critical illnesses (optional)*^
- Accidental Death Benefit upto 2 Crore (optional)+*
- Choice of 4 payout options
- Tax^ benefits under Section 80C & 10(10D)
- Get covered till the age of 99 years
Policies other than term life insurance, are called endowment policies. These can in turn be divided into participating, non-participating and unit-linked.
Non-Linked Participating Endowment Plan
This type of policy lets you ‘participate’ in the profits of the life insurance company and get a share of them. It pays your family a sum of money on your death but it also pays you an accumulated sum, if you survive the policy term. The survival payment or benefit is linked to the profits of the life insurance company.
Unit Linked Life Insurance Policy (ULIP)
This policy pays an amount on your death and a maturity amount if you survive the term. However unlike a traditional participating policy, the maturity amount is more dependent on your investment choices rather than the profits of the life insurance company. Your policy is invested in funds and divided into ‘units’ similar to those of a mutual fund. You typically get a lot of freedom to choose the type of fund your money will be invested in.
Non-participating Non-linked endowment plan
A non-participating policy defines exactly how much your family will get on your death and how much you will get on the maturity of the policy. There is no variable or investment linked component. You know before-hand exactly how much you will get, in each scenario.
How does term insurance policy work?
Let’s say Mr. X has a ₹1 crore ICICI Pru iProtect Smart life insurance policy in place. He has paid insurance premiums for three years. In this example, we will take the premium as ₹ 540^` per month which comes to ₹ 19,440 in total premiums paid.
If Mr X passes away in the third year, his family will get an insurance payout of ₹ 1 crore. In other words, the insurance payout will be as per the policy cover regardless of when the insured passes away in the period covered.
He paid premium of ₹ 540/month for 3 years
TOTAL PREMIUM PAID
If Mr. X dies after 3 years his nominee will get insurance payout immediately
Tax^ Benefits of Life Insurance (Section 80C and Section 10(10D))
If you buy life insurance, you qualify for a deduction up to ₹ 1.5 lakh annually under section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961. The payout received at the time of maturity will be tax-free^ subject to the conditions given in Section 10(10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Tax laws are subject to amendment from time to time.
Types of Life Insurance Policies
Term Insurance Plan
ICICI PRU iProtect Smart
Term plan with a range of options that you can select as per your budget.Read More 🡪
Key Benefits :
- Get payout diagnosis of 34 critical illnesses*^
- Accidental Death Benefit up to 2 Crore+*
- Tax^ benefits under Section 80C & 10(10D)
- Get covered till the age of 99 years
ICICI PRU Future Perfect
An ideal endowment plan that gives you dual assurance of guaranteed benefits and a life coverRead More 🡪
Key Benefits :
- Guaranteed Additions and Guaranteed Maturity Benefit by staying invested*
- Security of your loved ones with potential for wealth creation and Life Cover
- Get Reversionary and Terminal Bonus, if any, on maturity of the plan**
- Get tax benefits^1 under Section 80C and 10(10D) of Income Tax Act 1961
Unit Linked Insurance Plans
ICICI Pru Signature
IN ULIPS, THE INVESTMENT RISK IN THE INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO IS BORNE BY THE POLICYHOLDER
A savings plan that can give you better returns while it shields your loved ones with life coverRead More 🡪
Key Benefits :
- Financial protection for your loved ones with life insurance cover
- Return of mortality and policy administration charges1
- Enjoy policy benefits till 99 years of age with Whole Life policy term option
- Withdraw money regularly from your policy with SWP2
Non-Linked Participating Endowment Plan
ICICI Pru Savings Suraksha
Offer your savings the opportunity to grow while enjoying the benefits of guaranteed returnsRead More 🡪
Key Benefits :
- Life cover to protect your loved ones
- Guaranteed Maturity Benefit and Guaranteed Additions *#
- Get Reversionary and Terminal Bonus, if any, over and above the maturity benefits of the policy^#
- Tax benefits^2 on premiums paid and benefits received as per Income Tax Act 1961
Non participating non linked endowment plan
ICICI Pru Guaranteed Income For Tomorrow
A protection + savings life insurance plan with guaranteed benefits to help you achieve your goalsRead More 🡪
Key Benefits :
- 100% Guaranteed^^ Tax free^3 income/lump sum
- Life cover+ for entire policy term
- Option to get income from 2nd year*`
- Upto 3.5% Additional Maturity Benefit online~
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Comparison of different types of life insurance plans
|Term life insurance policy||Endowment life insurance policy||Non-linked participating endowment plan||Unit linked insurance plans (ULIP)||Non-participating Non-linked endowment plan|
|Overview||Used to financially protect your dependents in your absence||Used to financially secure your loved ones and build low risk savings||Used to financially secure your loved ones and build low risk savings||Used to financially secure your loved ones and create wealth as per your preferred risk type||Used to financially secure your loved ones and yourself. The death and maturity benefits are fixed|
|Maturity benefits||No maturity benefits||Offers maturity benefits||Offers maturity benefits||Offers maturity benefits||Offers maturity benefits|
|Death benefits||Offers death benefits||Offers death benefits||Offers death benefits||Offers death benefits||Offers death benefits|
|Purpose||Provides pure risk cover||Provides insurance cover plus low risk savings||Provides insurance cover plus low risk savings||Provides insurance cover plus investments||Provides a fixed insurance cover|
How to pick the right life insurance plan for your family?
While picking out the right life insurance plan for your family, make sure to pay attention to the following aspects:
- Claim settlement ratio: This is the number of claims that an insurance company receives in a year versus the number of claims it settles in the same year. The higher the claim settlement ratio, the more reliable is the insurer, thus there is a lower chance of your claim getting rejected
- Solvency ratio: The solvency ratio indicates the insurance company’s ability to meet its debt obligations. It gives you an insight into the insurer’s cash flow and financial health. Pick an insurer with a high solvency ratio to ensure financial security
- Premium: Affordable premiums can help you save money. Look for a life insurance plan that offers cost-effective insurance premiums
- Claim settlement process: Pick an insurance company with a simple claim settlement process. This will ensure that you and your family members do not face any hassles at the time of claim settlement
- Customer feedback: A positive customer feedback can help you gauge the insurance company’s performance and willingness to assist its customers. You can look for customer reviews online or refer to friends and colleagues for recommendations when purchasing a life insurance policy
How to pick the right life insurance plan?
Which is the right Life Insurance policy for you?
Well, different types of policies suit different types of people. Someone who is willing to take some risk and knows a little about investments may go in for a ULIP. Someone who only wants the protection aspect of life insurance may prefer a term insurance policy.
You can find some nifty optional features offered by ICICI Prudential iProtect Smart Term Insurance
CRITICAL ILLNESS BENEFIT*^
This feature pays you a certain sum of money on the diagnosis of a critical illness like heart attacks and cancer. With providers such as ICICI Prudential, a defined amount is paid regardless of your actual medical expenses. This saves you the hassle of showing bills and getting reimbursed, as with medical insurance. If your life cover exceeds the critical illness amount, the balance cover will remain intact.read more...
Accidental Death Benefit+*
Accidents are all too common in India with our unruly traffic and tough driving conditions. This feature pays your family an additional amount if your death is due to an accident.
STEADY INCOME AFTER DEATH
Many families have a tough time managing monthly expenses after death. Hence, companies like ICICI Prudential Life Insurance give you the option of giving your family a steady income after your death rather than a lump sum which they may have difficulty managing.
You can choose all or any of these options depending on what is offered to you by the life insurance company.
How much Life Insurance cover do I need?
- Early Adulthood: 20 – 30 years: At this stage in your life, you can pick a life insurance policy with a sum assured that is at least 10 times3 your annual salary plus your outstanding loans. Such a sum will help your family in your absence and also beat inflation
- Middle Adulthood: 30 – 45 years: At this stage in your life, you would likely be married and have children. Hence, you must consider your children’s and spouse’s needs when picking out a life insurance plan. Take into account the future education costs and inflation and try to opt for a life cover that is at least 15 times your annual salary plus your outstanding loans
- Mature Adulthood: 35 – 45 years: Your children will most likely be starting college in a few years at this age. Hence, you must account for their graduation, post-graduation, and marriage expenses. Try to opt for a life cover that is 15 – 20 times your annual salary plus your outstanding loans
- Late Adulthood: 45 to 55: Since your financial responsibilities towards your children are likely to be less in retirement, you can opt for a life cover at least 10 times your annual salary plus your outstanding loans
Factors that affect life insurance premium
Your life insurance premium depends on several factors. The main factors contributing towards the calculation of life insurance premium include your age, the type of coverage you are opting for, the amount of coverage, and personal factors such as smoking status, occupational status, and more.
What are the payout options available for ICICI Pru Life Insurance Plans?
ICICI Pru Life Insurance Plans like ICICI Pru iProtect Smart offer flexible payout options that cater to every type of policyholder. You can choose from 4 payout options. These are:
The agreed life cover is paid as a fixed amount to the nominee in case of policyholder’s unfortunate death.
This option provides claim payout in equal monthly installments so that family’s monthly financial needs are taken care.
Your nominee will receive monthly installments for 10 years. Income amount will increase by 10% per annum simple interest every year. This option provides a 45% additional life cover.
LUMP-SUM PLUS INCOME
The life cover gets paid in two parts, as you mention during policy inception. You can choose to receive half of the amount in a lump sum manner and the rest as equal monthly installments.
Important documents to buy a life insurance policy
Here are some documents you will need to buy a life insurance plan:
- Identify proof
- Address proof
- Age proof
- Medical history/diagnosis reports
- Passport sized photographs
- Bank statements
Important documents to get your Life Insurance claim amount easily
How to file a life insurance claim?
You can file a life insurance policy claim online, at a physical branch central office, or on our central ClaimCare helpline through SMS or e-mail by following the steps given below:
- To submit an online claim, please visit the Claims section on the ICICI Prudential website
- To submit a claim via phone, please call us at our 24x7 ClaimCare helpline number at 1860 266 7766
- To submit a claim via email, please e-mail us at email@example.com
- To submit a claim in person, you can visit a branch near you
Claim in case of death
In case of an untimely death of the insured, the nominee can follow the steps given below to raise a life insurance policy claim:
- Inform the insurer of the unfortunate event using any one of the methods mentioned above – website, call, email, or in person
- Submit all necessary documents like the death certificate, life insurance policy certificate, hospitalisation documents, and others. KYC proofs of the nominee, like Aadhaar card, PAN card, or any other required document. FIR papers in case of suicide or accidental death, and a cancelled cheque
- The insurance company will review the documents and issue the settlement
Claim in case of maturity
You can follow the steps given below to raise a maturity claim for your life insurance plan:
- Contact the insurer using any one of the methods mentioned above – website, call, email, or in person
- Submit your life insurance policy certificate, KYC proofs like Aadhar card, pan card, or any other required document, and a cancelled cheque
- The insurance company will review the documents and issue the settlement
Life Insurance FAQs
What are the benefits of Life Insurance?
There is a wide range of benefits of owning life insurance.
- Financial safety for family and loved ones
- High life cover at affordable premiums
- Tax^ benefits under section 80C and section 10(10D) of Income tax act, 1961
- Assured income through Annuity plans
What is the Life Insurance term that I should choose?
Selecting the tenure of your term insurance plan is as important as the amount of cover. A life insurance policy is usually taken for covering financial risks until the end of your working age. People usually work till 58-60 years. However, in today's times, many work till 65-70 years of age if health condition permits. So, it is better to choose a life insurance term that lasts till you have cleared all your financial liabilities like various loans, education, and marriage of children.
What Life Insurance plan should I buy?
There is a life insurance plan for every possible financial goal. If you are looking for a simple cover to shield your loved ones against financial risks, choose a term plan. Whole life Insurance plan offers life insurance coverage to the life assured for the whole life. Those looking for a combination of insurance and investment opportunity, a Unit linked insurance plan (ULIP) is the ideal choice. If you want insurance and comfort of savings, select an endowment plan. Periodic returns with an insurance cover can be realized from a money-back plan. A child plan is a right choice to fulfill your child’s life goals like education, marriage, etc. Plan your retirement and retire gracefully with a retirement plan.
Is proceeds from Life Insurance taxable?
Proceeds from Life insurance policy is exempt under section 10(10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 if:
i. Sum paid on Death except in case of a keyman policy
ii. Sum paid other than in case of Death (i.e., surrender/partial withdrawal/maturity), if
- For policy issued between April 1, 2003 to March 31, 2012: if Premium does not exceed 20% of Sum Assured (SA to premium is 5 times or more)
- For policy issued post March 31, 2012: if Premium does not exceed 10% of Sum Assured (SA to premium is 10 times or more)
Should I buy Life Insurance?
Life insurance is a great financial tool. From offering protection against financial risks, over the years life insurance has evolved to provide options for building wealth and generate tax-free^^ maturity.
You should buy life insurance if you meet any of the following:
- Have financial dependents
- Are beginning a family
- Have a mortgage or other significant debt/loan
- Are part of a non-child working couple family structure
- Have children
- Have specific long-term financial goals
What is the “Sabse Pehle Life Insurance” campaign?
“Sabse Pehle Life Insurance” is the first joint mass media campaign launched by the Life Insurance Council of India. This campaign aims to create awareness about the importance of Life Insurance for Indian households.
Why would a life insurance claim be denied?
Some common reasons for life insurance claim rejection are providing false information in the application, lapse of the policy due to premiums not paid on time, type of death not covered in the plan etc.
How long does life insurance take to payout?
Life Insurance claim settlement period may vary as per life insurance Company. New-age Term Life Insurance plans now settle claims within one day of filling# like IPRU’s iProtect Smart plan.
Is life insurance necessary for senior citizens?
Buying life insurance is not necessary for senior citizens unless their children or spouse are dependent on them or they have existing loan or debt, which is yet to be settled.
What is the minimum & maximum age to buy Life Insurance?
The minimum and maximum age to buy a life insurance policy may differ depending on the company and the plan you choose. The minimum and maximum age to buy our top-selling~~ term insurance plan, ICICI Prudential iProtect Smart, is 18 years and 65 years respectively.
Can a minor be appointed as Nominee in life insurance?
A minor can be appointed Nominee, but it is recommended that an appointee be a person who has completed the age of majority.
When can I start to pay the life insurance premiums?
When you buy a life insurance plan, you also get an option to choose the premium payment method, which can be in the form of monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual payments. You can start paying your life insurance premiums as per the chosen method as soon as your policy is active.
What if I do not pay my premium on time?
If you do not pay your premium on time, you will get a grace period of 15 – 30 days, during which you can pay the premium and keep your life insurance policy active. If you pay the premium, your policy will be reinstated. However, if you do not pay the premium, your policy will be deactivated and you will lose all the benefits of the life insurance plan.
If your plan has a paid-up value and you have paid premiums for a certain period as specified in the policy document, your policy will not be discontinued. In this case, your nominee will receive the paid-up value at the time of death and not the entire sum assured.
Will I have to pay tax on my life insurance policy's maturity benefit?
The benefits of life insurance plans that are received at the time of maturity are tax-free*, subject to the conditions of Section 10(10D) of the Income Tax Act of 1961. However, keep in mind that these conditions may change with a change in the law.
What is the average life insurance payout?
There is no fixed average life insurance payout and you can pick a sum assured of your choice as per your family’s future needs. The payout for a life insurance plan generally differs as per the policy term, age and gender of the policyholder, premiums, occupation of the policyholder, terms and conditions of the policy, and many other similar factors.
Can life insurance policy payouts be claimed before death?
Yes, depending upon the kind of life insurance policy you invest in, you can claim some part of the payout before death. For instance, a life insurance plan, such as the unit-linked insurance plan, has a lock-in period of 5 years. Post the lock-in period, you can withdraw funds partially for short term needs. Endowment plans also offer a loan facility after your policy acquires a surrender value. A term insurance plan, on the other hand, may not offer such a facility.
Hence, claims before death would depend on the type of life insurance product you choose.
What do you mean by paid-up value in life insurance?
If the policyholder fails to pay the premiums after a certain period, such as 3 or 5 years, the insurance company pays a reduced sum assured amount instead of the one chosen at the time of purchase. This reduced amount is known as the paid-up value in a life insurance plan. In the event of death, if no premiums were paid beyond a certain year, the insurance company pays the paid-up value to the nominee and not the original sum assured.
*GMB will be set at policy inception and will depend on age, policy term, premium, premium payment term and gender. Your GMB may be lower than your Sum Assured on death. Guaranteed Additions (GAs) is a percentage of annualized premium. For monthly premium frequency, 1/12th times GA will be accrued every month on premium payment. For half yearly premium frequency, 0.5 times GA will be accrued on premium payment.
**Reversionary bonuses may be declared every financial year and will accrue to the policy if it is premium paying or fully paid. Reversionary bonuses will be applied through the compounding bonus method. All reversionary bonuses will be declared as a proportion of the sum of the GMB and the accrued reversionary bonuses, if any. Reversionary bonus once declared is guaranteed and will be paid out at maturity or on earlier death. A terminal bonus may also be payable at maturity or on earlier death.
^1Tax benefits under the policy are subject to conditions under Section 80C, 80D, 10(10D),115BAC and other provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Goods and Services Tax and Cesses, if any, will be charged extra as per prevailing rates. Tax laws are subject to amendments made thereto from time to time. Please consult your tax advisor for details, before acting on above. For more details on the risk factors, terms and conditions, please read the sales brochure carefully before concluding a sale. ICICI Pru Future Perfect Form No. E21 UIN 105N153V02
1Amount equal to total of mortality charges and policy administration charges deducted in the policy will be added back to the fund value at maturity, provided all due premiums have been received. This amount will be allocated among the funds in the same proportion as the value of total units held in each fund at the time of allocation. This shall exclude any extra mortality charges and taxes levied on the charges deducted as per prevailing tax laws. Return of Mortality Charges and Policy Administration Charges is not applicable for Whole Life option.
2Systematic Withdrawal Plan is allowed only after the first five policy years. UIN: 105L177V03
*#Your Guaranteed Maturity Benefit (GMB) will be set at policy inception and will depend on policy term, premium, premium payment term, Sum Assured on death and gender. Your GMB may be lower than your Sum Assured on death. Guaranteed Additions (GAs) totalling 5% of GMB each year will accrue during the first five policy years if all due premiums are paid. GAs accrue on payment of due premium.
^#Reversionary bonuses may be declared every financial year and will accrue to the policy if it is premium paying or fully paid. Reversionary bonuses will be applied through the compounding bonus method. All reversionary bonuses will be declared as a proportion of the sum of the GMB and the vested reversionary bonuses, if any. Reversionary bonus once declared is guaranteed and will be paid out at maturity or on earlier death. A terminal bonus may also be payable at maturity or on earlier death.
^2Tax benefits under the policy are subject to conditions under Section 80C, 80D, 10(10D),115BAC and other provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Goods and Services Tax and Cesses, if any, will be charged extra as per prevailing rates. Tax laws are subject to amendments made thereto from time to time. Please consult your tax advisor for details, before acting on above.. For more details on the risk factors, terms and conditions, please read the sales brochure carefully before concluding a sale. ICICI Pru Savings Suraksha UIN 105N135V02
^^Guaranteed benefits in the form of lump sum will be payable under Lump Sum Plan option. Guaranteed benefits in the form of regular income will be payable under Income Plan option and Early Income Plan option provided all due premiums have been paid.
^3 Tax benefits of ₹46,800 u/s 80C is calculated at highest tax slab rate of 31.20%(including cess excluding surcharge) on life insurance premium u/s 80C of ₹1,50,000. Tax benefits under the policy are subject to conditions under Section 80C, 80D,10(10D), 115BAC and other provisions of the Income Tax Act,1961. Good and Service tax and Cesses, if any will be charged extra as per prevailing rates. The Tax Free income is subject to conditions specified under section 10(10D) and other applicable provisions of the Income Tax Act,1961. Tax laws are subject to amendments made thereto from time to time. Please consult your tax advisor for details, before acting on above. +Life Cover is the benefit payable on death of the life assured during the policy term.
*`Benefits from 2nd year onwards is available under the Early Income plan option.
~*Additional Maturity Benefit is offered for online sales: For Lump Sum Plan option, 2.5% of Sum Assured on Maturity is applicable for Limited pay. In case of Single Pay in Lump Sum Plan option, 1% of Sum Assured on Maturity is applicable. For Income Plan option, 2.5% of Guaranteed Income is applicable. For Early Income Plan option, 3.5% of Guaranteed Income is applicable. For Single Pay Income Plan option, 1% of Guaranteed Early Income is applicable.
# One-day claim settlement is a service offered by ICICI Prudential Life Insurance for settling death claims meeting the following conditions - Day 1 is counted from the day of receiving the last document. All due premiums in the policy must have been paid and the policy must have been active for a continuous period of 3 years. Mandatory document to be submitted at Branch Office before 3 pm on a working day- Original policy certificate, copy of death certificate by a local authority, Nominee’s current address proof, photo identity proof, Cancelled cheque, Copy of bank passbook, Copy of medico legal cause of death, Medical records (Admission notes, Discharge / Death summary, Test reports, etc.). For accidental death – Copy of FIR, Panchanama, Inquest report, Driving license. Claim documents submitted prior to 3 pm will be considered for ULIP policies. Interest will be paid on claim amount for every day of delay beyond 1 working day. Applicable only for non-investigative death claims. Interest shall be at the bank rate that is prevalent at the beginning of the financial year in which death claim has been received. In case of a breach in regulatory turnaround time, interest will be paid as per IRDAI regulations.
~~ Source: Company BuyOnline data - Dec 2015 till Mar 2020
ICICI Pru iProtect Smart UIN 105N151V06.
^+ Nothing herein contained shall operate to destroy or impede the right of any creditor to be paid out of the proceeds of any policy of assurance, which may have been effected with intent to defraud creditors. In case of any third party claim in the Courts of India with regards to the insurance proceeds, the amount shall be subject to the judiciary directions. Please seek professional legal advice for the applicability of this provision.
*^ Accelerated Critical Illness Benefit (ACI Benefit) is optional and available under Life & Health and All in One options. This benefit is payable, on first occurrence of any of the 34 illnesses covered. Medical documents confirming diagnosis of critical illness needs to be submitted. The benefit is payable only on the fulfillment of the definition of the diagnosed critical illness. The ACI Benefit, is accelerated and not an additional benefit which means the policy will continue with the Death Benefit reduced by the extent of the ACI Benefit paid. The future premiums payable under the policy will reduce proportionately. If ACI Benefit paid is equal to the Death Benefit, the policy will terminate on payment of the ACI Benefit. To know more in detail about ACI Benefit, terms & conditions governing it, kindly refer to sales brochure. ACI Benefit term would be equal to policy term or 30 years or (75-Age at entry), whichever is lower.
^Tax benefits under the policy are subject to conditions under Section 80C, 80D, 10(10D), 115BAC and other provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Goods and Services Tax and Cesses, if any, will be charged extra as per prevailing rates. Tax laws are subject to amendments made thereto from time to time. Please consult your tax advisor for details, before acting on above.
+* Accidental Death benefit (ADB) is up to ₹ 2 crores (subjected to underwriting guidelines). ADB is available in Life Plus and All in One options. In case of death due to an accident Accidental Death Benefit will be paid out in addition to Death Benefit. Accidental Death Benefit will be equal to the policy term or (80-Age at entry), whichever is lower.
^` The premium of ₹ 540 p.m. has been approximately calculated for a 18 year old healthy male life with monthly mode of payment and premiums paid regularly for the policy term of 36 years with income payout option with Life Cover of ₹ 1 crore. Goods and Services tax and/or applicable cesses (if any) as per applicable rates will be charged extra.
3How much life cover do you need? Source: Economic Times, https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/wealth/insure/how-much-life-cover-do-you-need/articleshow/53037661.cms
4Unit Linked products are different from traditional insurance products and are subject to the risk factors. The premium paid in ULIPs are subject to investment risks associated with capital markets and the NAVs of the units may go up or down based on the performance of fund and factors influencing the capital market and the insured is responsible for his/ her decisions. The names of the Company, Product names or fund options do not indicate their quality or future guidance on returns. Funds do not offer guaranteed or assured returns. Please know the associated risks and the applicable charges, from your Insurance agent or the Intermediary or policy document issued by the Insurance company.
^$The premium of ₹540 p.m. has been approximately calculated for a 18 year old healthy male life with monthly mode of payment and premiums paid regularly for the policy term of 36 years with income payout option with Life Cover of ₹1 crore. Goods and Services tax and/or applicable cesses (if any) as per applicable rates will be charged extra.
ADVT NO. W/II/2204/2020-21