LIC New Jeevan Anand Policy: Life Insurance Corporation of India, the country’s largest insurance company, keeps coming up with various schemes from time to time for every section of the country.
By investing in these schemes, you can plan for the expenses of your children’s education, marriage, retirement etc. Today we are giving you information about a very popular scheme of LIC. The name of this scheme is LIC New Jeevan Anand Policy. LIC was running this policy for a long time and now the company has started a new version of it. Come, we are giving you information about the details and other things of this policy.
Know about LIC New Jeevan Anand Policy-
LIC New Jeevan Anand Policy is a participating whole life endowment plan in which investors get the benefit of both savings and protection. Keep in mind that this is a new form of LIC Jeevan Anand. The special thing about this policy is that by investing in it, you can get a strong return in the long run.
By investing under this policy, you will get guaranteed returns as well as additional benefits. Under this policy, you also get the option of regular premium payment. If the policyholder survives till the completion of the policy, he will get the maturity amount and in case of death, the nominee will also get the benefit of death benefit. The special thing about this policy is that in this you can get the benefit of policy cover for 100 years.
These benefits are available on the policy-
Under the New Jeevan Anand policy, where the policyholder gets the benefit of the sum assured on maturity, on survival, the family gets a fixed amount in case of death. If you are alive till the maturity of the policy, you will also get the benefit of sharing in profits. Along with this, investing in this scheme will also help you in tax exemption.
You will get a return of Rs 25 lakh on just Rs 45.
Under LIC’s New Anand policy, investors will get a sum assured of at least Rs 5 lakh. In such a situation, if you choose this sum assured, then you will get a total of Rs 25 lakh in a period of 35 years. If you choose a tenure of 35 years, then under this scheme you will have to invest Rs 16,300 every year and Rs 1,358 on a monthly basis. On the other hand, if we talk about investing every day, then you will have to invest only 45 rupees. In this case, you will become the owner of a total of 25 lakh rupees on maturity.