The Endowment Life Insurance Plan by Reliance Nippon helps individuals provide a level of financial security in case the person insured meets an untimely death. Having such plans handy is essential these days because the plan offers a cash benefit to take care of day-to-day expenses. This plan provides a benefits like payouts on maturity and death, to help soften the financial burden of the person insured and other related people.
In order to avail the Reliance Nippon Endowment Plan, prospective applicants needs to meet the following requirements.
|Minimum Age at Entry||5 years|
|Maximum Age at Entry||50 years|
|Minimum Maturity Age||18 years|
|Maximum Maturity Age||75 years|
|Play Type||Regular Endowment Plan|
Sum Assured: This is the insurance company will pay if the person insured dies or the policy reaches maturity
|Minimum Sum Assured||Rs.65,261|
|Maximum Sum Assured||Depends on underwriting rules|
|Policy Term||10 years/25 years|
|Premium Payment Term||Same as Policy Term|
|Premium Payment Frequency||Monthly, Quarterly, Half-yearly,or Yearly|
The Reliance Nippon Endowment Plan comes with a number of coverage features. They are as follows:
|Death Benefit||If the person insured succumbs due to an unfortunate incident, the nominees will receive the maximum of either:
|Maturity Benefit||If the person insured survives till the policy’s maturity, he/she will be paid the Sum Assured along with the Vested Bonus and 100.1% of the total premiums paid|
|Surrender Benefit||A policyholder can surrender the policy anytime after the first three policy years. In such a case, they will receive the higher of either the Guaranteed Surrender Value (GSV) or Special Surrender Value (SSV). Here, both GSV and SSV are calculated using a formula. GSV = (Total Premiums Paid*GSV Factor for premiums) + (Vested Bonus * GSV Factor for bonuses) SSV = Total Premiums Paid/Payable*Basic Maturity Value*SSV Factor) + SSV of Vested Bonuses|
There is an exclusion under this policy and it pertains to suicide.
The Reliance Nippon Endowment Plan comes with several key features, apart from the ones mentioned above. These are:
|Grace Period||If a policyholder fails to renew their policy on time, they will be offered a grace period within which the policy can be renewed or the policy will lapse. Grace period for this policy stands at 15 days for monthly premium payment frequency and 30 days for quarterly, half-yearly, and yearly premium payment frequencies.|
|Free Look Period||In case a policyholder is not satisfied the terms and conditions of a policy, they have the right to return the policy within a period of 15 days. When sending a cancellation request, the policyholder should state the reason for the same and also return the policy document. On cancellation, the company will repay the premiums paid after deducting the appropriate risk premiums for the period the policy was active.|
|Policy Loan||It is available and the maximum amount is capped at 80% of the surrender value.|
|Paid-up Policy||There are two paid-up policy variants depending on a few factors.
The Reliance Nippon Endowment Plan comes with a few tax benefits, which a policyholder can avail: