LIC's new plan: Only once will give money, guarantee for return to life; Every year, the minimum will be 32150 rupees
You will get monthly pension in the age of 30, this is the plan's table
Utility Desk: The Indian Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) has come up with a new policy called 'Jeevan Shanti'. Where you can make an investment only once and get a pension for life. This is a non-market linked plan. That is, you get a guarantee and a fixed return. The guarantee of giving this return automatically gives LIC. The special feature of this policy is that you can also combine it with your parents or siblings. This will allow you to get a pension even on a specific investment after your parents or siblings.
What is the plan?
This is a single premium plan from LIC, where you start receiving a pension after you deposit it all together. Here you have two options. If you want you can start your pension immediately or even start it. In this plan of LIC, you have to pay full money altogether. The minimum amount is 5 lakh and the maximum amount is Rs 1 crore. You can also invest 10 lakhs, 25 lakhs and 50 lakhs at a time. You need to look at your age of 30 years to get a pension. So if you invest money in this plan, then the pension will start getting from the age of 30 years.
Example 1: -
You are 30 years old and you invested 5 lakhs, you can start taking a pension after one year.
Monthly Rs 2575 Percent Rs 7802 Annual Annual Yr 15761 Rupees 32150
Example 2: -
If you invest 10 lakh rupees then you can start a pension after 5 years, which will give you different interest
TimeAnonymousDesigned 5 years 918009.18% 10 years 12830012.83% 15 years 16950016.95% 20 years 19230019.23%
Guaranteed Return and Tax Benefit
LIC also gives you a guaranteed return along with tax benefits in this plan. So you will not have to pay taxes on the money you will be returning. Also, you can also make a nominee in this plan. So after you, the nominee will get the benefit.
How to take the policy
You can get this policy both online and offline. To get online you will have to go to the LIC website. Apart from this, you can take the policy even offline through any LIC agent.