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  • Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan

    Life Insurance
    • Premiums as low as Rs.17/day for sum assured of Rs.1 crore*
    • Claim up to Rs. 1,50,000 deduction under section 80C**
    • Choose between annual and monthly premium payment options

    Offering financial security for individuals and families as well as the option to invest, Sahara India Life Insurance Limited has launched the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan. The Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan is a unit linked plan that offers life insurance coverage for the policyholder and the option of investing in funds - depending on the risk profile of the fund. In short, the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan offers customers the benefit of earning high returns on their investments as well as gives them the financial security that comes with a life insurance policy.

    Eligibility -Who is the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan for?

    To be eligible for the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan, customers need to meet certain eligibility criteria.

    Parameters Details
    Entry Age Minimum: 10 years Maximum: 55 years
    Policy Term 10 years, 15 years or 20 years

    Sum Assured and Premium Range - What you get and what it costs

    Sum Assured: The sum assured at maturity of the policy term is 10 times the annualised premiums.

    Premiums: The minimum premium for the year is Rs.12,000. The premium towards the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan is paid annually.

    Parameters Details
    Policy Term 10 years, 15 years or 20 years
    Premium Minimum: Rs.12,000 Maximum: No limit
    Sum assured 10 times annualised premium at maturity of the policy term
    Premium mode Annual

    Plan coverage - What the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan covers

    The Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan comes with death and maturity benefits. The details are mentioned below.

    Death benefit In case of untimely death of the policyholder, the nominee is liable to the total sum assured at that point or 105% of the premiums paid till that point. The nominee will receive the the death benefit within two years of occurrence of death of the policyholder.
    Maturity At the point of maturity of the term, the policyholder is liable to 10 times the annualised premiums.

    Exclusions - What the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan doesn’t cover

    If the policyholder commits suicide, the nominee will receive only the interest accrued and the value of the units at that point. No other benefits are applicable in the case of suicide.

    Other Key Features – Free-look Period, Surrender Values, Grace Period etc.

    The key features of the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan are listed below.

    Free-look period Policyholders are granted a free-look period of 15 days from the commencement of the policy. If he/she disagrees with any of the terms and conditions of the policy they can return the policy and receive a refund for the premium paid.
    Switching funds Policyholders can switch funds as per their choice - either to invest in a lower or higher risk fund. Policyholders can make two free switches in a year. Rs.100 is charged per switch after the two free switches.
    Surrender Policyholders are liable to the surrender value if they surrender the policy after completing 5 years of being enrolled and contributing towards the policy.
    Partial withdrawal Policyholder can make a partial withdrawal up to 50% of the fund value only after completing 5 years of holding the policy. The policyholder should be 18 years of age and the minimum withdrawal amount should be Rs.2,500. After completion of 5 years of investing in the policy, policyholders can make withdrawals only once a year.
    Grace period Policyholders are granted a grace period of 30 days to pay the premium. All benefits are applicable during the grace period. If death of the policyholder occurs during the grace period, the nominee will receive the value of the funds as well as the sum assured.
    Discontinuance If the policyholder fails to pay the premium within the grace period, a notice to revive or withdraw the policy will be issued to him/her. If the policyholder discontinues the policy before completion of 5 years of the policy term, he/she will receive the fund value under the “discontinued policy fund”. If he/she discontinues the policy after 5 years, they will receive the full fund value at that point.
    Revival If the policyholder fails to pay the premium within the grace period, he/she will receive a notice to revive the policy within 15 days of the expiry of the grace period.

    Tax benefits – How you can save with the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan

    Policyholders enrolled with the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan are liable to tax benefits under the Income Tax Act of 1961. They can avail benefits under:

    • Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961, for contributions (premiums) made towards the scheme.
    • Section 10 (10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, for proceeds from maturity and death benefits.

    Other benefits – How you can save with the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan

    Policyholders enrolled with the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan have the option of investing on funds depending on their risk profile. The types of fund are listed below:

    • Secure Fund: Policyholders can make a low-risk investment with this fund and invest in high quality securities.
    • Balanced fund: With this, the investments of the policyholder have a balance between return and risk.
    • Smart Fund: Policyholder looking for long-term returns can invest in the Smart Fund. This too has a good balance between risk and return.
    • Growth Fund: A relatively high-risk investment, the growth fund also provides long-term returns for the policyholder.
    • Prima Fund: The Prima Fund includes investing in blue chip or large cap companies. While the risk is high but balanced, policyholders can receive a good long-term return.
    Fund Investment option Shares (equity) Debt Cash Risk profile
    Secure Fund 0% Min 80% Max 20% Low
    Balanced Fund Max 40% Min 40% Max 20% Medium
    Smart Fund Min 40% Min 20% Max 40% High
    Growth Fund Min 80% Max 20% Max 20% High
    Prima Fund Min 85% Max 15% Max 15% High

    Why you should buy the Sahara Sugam Jeevan Bima Plan from Sahara India Life Insurance Limited?

    Being the first wholly owned insurance company in India, Sahara India Life Insurance is the one of the fastest growing insurance company in the country. Founded in 2004, Sahara India Life Insurance has a wide range of insurance products on offer for customers, catering to different needs. With Sahara India Life Insurance, customers can opt for life insurance coverage as well as invest and gain on long-term returns. To top it all, they have a dedicated customer care unit that works round-the-clock to bring satisfaction to each and every of their customers.