Aviva Saral Jeevan Bima Plan
Amidst the chaos of daily life, you shouldn’t have to struggle to find the right life insurance. Aviva Saral Jeevan Bima Plan is a term life insurance plan that is simple to understand and easy to avail.
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Why should you buy Aviva Saral Jeevan Bima Plan
How much Life Cover do you want?
Sum Assured can be from 5 lacs up to 25 lacs
For how long do you want to stay protected under this term policy?
The policy term can be from 5 years to 40 years
How long do you wish to pay premiums for?
Pay term can be single pay, limited pay of 5 or 10 years or regular pay equal to the policy term
How often do you want to pay premiums?
Payment frequency can be Monthly, Yearly or Half-yearly
Benefits of Aviva Saral Jeevan Bima Plan
Death Benefit: In case of the policyholder’s demise during the policy term, the nominee receives the highest payout of the following, provided all due premiums are paid:For regular premium or limited premium payment policy:
- Death sum assured
- 105% of the Total Premiums Paid
- Death sum assured
- 125% of the Total Premiums Paid
Tax Benefits: The premiums you pay towards Aviva Saral Jeevan Bima are eligible for tax benefits under section 80C and 10(10)D.
*Tax benefits are as per existing tax laws and are subject to change accordingly
Revival of lapsed policies: A lapsed policy can be revived within five years from the date of the first unpaid instalment of regular/limited premium.
Frequently Asked Questions
- One time for Single Premium
- 5 or 10 years for Limited Pay Mode and
- Equal to the policy term for Regular Premium Payment
- For non-payment of premium by the due date, a grace period of 15 days from the due date of the first unpaid premium for monthly Premium payment mode and 30 days from the due date of the first unpaid premium for yearly or half-yearly premium payment modes will be offered to pay the due premiums, during which your coverage will continue.
- In case of death during the grace period the due unpaid premium shall be deducted from the Death Benefit.
- For Regular Premium and Limited Premium payment policies, if the premium has not been paid in respect of this policy and any subsequent premium not duly paid, all the benefits shall stop after the expiry of grace period from the date of the first unpaid premium and nothing shall be payable, and the premiums paid till then will become non-refundable.
- You can revive the lapsed policy within five years (known as the revival period) from the date of the first unpaid instalment of Regular Premium.
- The proof of continued insurability of the Life Insured must be submitted. This proof has to be as per the guidelines of the company and should be approved by the Board.
- The policy will be terminated without any benefit if the lapsed policy is not revived within the revival period.
- If the due Regular/Limited Premium is not paid before the expiry of the revival period, then the policy will lapse, and risk cover will cease immediately.
- For all Limited Premium policies, interest payment for the period from the unpaid premium due date to the date of revival at 9% per annum compounded monthly, plus taxes, if any, shall also be charged additionally.
- There may be a change in the revival fee and interest rate with IRDAI’s approval.