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LIC launches two new insurance policies

MDT/PTI | 02/01/2013 02:36 PM | 

LIC Flexi Plus is a unit linked insurance product and provides a lump sum benefit on death and also the maturity benefit irrespective of survival of the policyholder while New Jeevan Nidhi from LIC is a conventional product with profit pension plan

New Delhi: Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has launched two new policies, including a unit linked insurance plan, reports PTI.


Flexi Plus, a unit linked insurance product, not only provides a lump sum benefit on death but also the maturity benefit irrespective of survival of the policyholder, LIC said in a statement.


The policyholder can choose the amount of premium he/she desires to pay, depending on which equivalent level of cover will be provided. The plan aims at steady income carrying lower to medium risk, LIC said.


The other scheme called New Jeevan Nidhi is a conventional product with profit pension plan, which provides for death cover during deferment period and offers annuity on survival to the date of vesting.

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This Was a Need of the Hour .Their was No Pension Product because of the Foolishness of IRDA .

Do you know for a period of more than 18 months their was no Product about Pension in India .

Its really a good news to take benefit out of this product.

Future of India Depends on how we can protect future monthly income of Each Indians . Every one should plan for his future Now. As Inflation Virus may kill the person to maintain his present standard of Living

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