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Max Life Term insurance can continue to maintain your family’s lifestyle by funding essential day to day expenditures and also achieve their life goal even in your absence

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Max Life Term insurance can continue to maintain your family’s lifestyle by funding essential day to day expenditures and also achieve their life goal even in your absence

What is Term Insurance?

Term insurance is a pure life insurance product, which provides financial protection in case of death of the life insured during the term of the policy. A term insurance plan is the most affordable form of life insurance cover. It is designed to financially protect ones family in case of death of the bread-earner.

Example:A 28 year old healthy, non-smoking male can secure a cover of Rs. 1 crore for his dependents for next 30 years. If he buys a term insurance plan, he will only pay approximately Rs. 563 per month, exclusive of taxes (Premium for Max Life Online Term Plan Plus)


Benefits of Buying
Max Life Term Insurance

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Stay protected

Financial protection in the most unfortunate circumstances

Protection from illnesses

Critical illness benefit to your term insurance to avail good treatment for life threatening diseases without worrying about the costs^

Tax benefits

Tax savings up to Rs. 1.5 lakh on the premium paid under section 80C on Income Tax, as per prevailing tax laws

Long term coverage

Long term insurance cover till age 85 that can be useful if you wish to leave a legacy for your family, subject to maximum policy term of 50 years

Disability benefits

Disability benefit with the term insurance will provide you financial support in case of accidental disability, (available on payment of additional premium)

Income options in case of unfortunate events

A regular income stream along with a lump sum benefit, to ensure day to day life expenses of dependents are met

Your Safety Net

Safety for dependents from your financial liabilities like loan, and any other debts

Tax benefits for dependents

Tax benefit on the lumpsum benefit paid to your dependents under section 10(10D) on Income Tax, as per prevailing tax laws
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How a Term Plan will secure your family’s future?

How a Term Plan will secure your family’s future?

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Why should you Buy Term Plan?

Death, disability, disease, all are realities seldom talked about. However, all three are realities we cannot possibly overcome with certainty. Term insurance is one tool, which can save you and your family from the financial hardships brought upon by these three and similar disastrous conditions.

Consider for example a family of four, where the father is the primary breadwinner. The family needs about Rs. 50,000 a month to fund regular expenses like rent, food, other groceries, electricity, water, education fee, etc. Debts, if any are over and above this.

In case of an unfortunate event, life continues and so do these quintessential expenses. The family will still need Rs. 30,000 to 40,000 a month to meet all their needs. Here,an adequate term insurance cover comes into picture. It provides for the family with the following:

  • A Lump Sum to meet their Immediate need
  • A Regular income to meet their household income (if opted)

The loss of a life cannot be compensated, however a term plan can help to tide over the financial requirements of a family.

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Why Should You Choose MAX LIFE INSURANCE

Best Term Plan Company of the year*^*
99.22%**^ Claims Paid
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Features of a Term Insurance Policy

Save Tax U/S 80C & 80D

The premium you pay for your term insurance plan can save tax for you. Critical illness premium saves tax for you u/s 80D, while life insurance premium is counted u/s 80C of Income Tax, subject to conditions

Long Policy Term

You can opt for a longer policy term to stay protected. You can stay covered for up to 50 years with a term life cover.

Low Entry Age

Most term Plans have a minimum entry age of 18 years; that is, you can buy term insurance cover as soon as you hit adult age.

Death Benefit as Regular Income

Modern term insurance plans allow you to give your dependents a regular income along with the lump-sum benefit in the event of your unfortunate demise.

Premiums Returned on Survival

You can now receive all your money back if you survive the policy term. Term insurance plans with the return of premium benefit offer to return all the paid premiums on the policy as survival benefit.

Add Disability Benefit to Your Term Plan

Any kind of disability due to accident or illness can affect your income earning capacity. You can add disability benefit with your term plan at affordable prices. The disability cover is available on payment of additional premium.

Cover Against Life Threatening Diseases

Cancer, heart attack, renal failure are some curable diseases which can be life-threatening. Don’t let money concern you on the way to the cure from these diseases. Critical illness cover is available on payment of additional premium

High Maturity Age

Of all life insurance plans, term insurance offers the life cover for the highest age bracket. You can continue the term-insurance cover up to the age of 85 with Max Life Insurance.
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How to Choose the Best Term Plan?

While selecting a term plan, you need to look for the following and ensure that your family has the best financial protection with the term plan:

Claim settlement record of the Insurer

Claim settlement record of a life insurance company indicates the ultimate moment of truth for the customer. Claim settlement record can be assessed through a percent number (Claim Settlement Ratio) released by IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority India) every year.

A consistently good claim settlement ratio indicates a robust and quick claim settlement process. Which means your dependents will have it easier to receive the death claim benefit from the insurer.

Max Life’s claim settlement ratio for the year 2019-20 is 99.22%.^

^Source – Max Life Public Disclosure 2018-19

Know the Existing Customer Experience

Buying a term plan is usually only the start of the story. You need to manage your plan to maximise your benefits. Engaging with an insurer which not only offers a better plan but also helps you stay updated on the terms helps a lot.

The customer service from the life insurers can help the policy holders stick with the insurer longer. Persistency Ratio declared by IRDAI annually can help you judge the insurer’s service quotient.

Max Life’s persistency ratio has been 80.5% for the year 2017-18. that's a testament of the customer’s satisfaction and loyalty towards the company*

Source: *Public Disclosure FY 2017-18

Choose Your Benefits Carefully

Death is not the only risk you need to cover against. Apparently disability, life-threatening diseases, etc. can also damage your financial health. Adding these benefits along with few additional value-added features like ‘premium waiver’ can ensure better financial backup.

Also, since term insurance premiums are not as high compared to other types of insurance plans, adding these benefits to the plan does not burden your pocket much.

Look for Regular Income Payout

Traditionally life insurance policies have been paying a large sum of money to the dependents of insured. Often the dependents are not equipped to handle such a large sum of money to meet all their needs and goals.

Modern term plans offer regular income option along with the lump-sum so that they can look after their immediate needs while investing the lumpsum for future goals.

Thus, selecting a regular income payout option while buying your term plan may save a lot of hassle for your dependents later.

How to buy Term Insurance?

Quick and Easy ways to purchase
Max Life Term Insurance Plan

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Estimate Your Sum Assured

Visit the website and click on Calculate Premium to start the process. The first form only asks a few basic questions related to age, contact information, smoking habits and annual income.

Choose Your Benefits & Get a Quote

You can add multiple benefits to your base term plan like; The regular monthly income payout option, Premium Waiver Benefit, Return of premium option, Critical Illness Benifit, Accidental death and disability benefit

Fill the Details & Pay the Premium

Once you are satisfied with your choices of benefits, you need to fill the additional details. After filling the details, you can pay the premium and submit the documents required to complete your application

Max Life Term Insurance Plans

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FAQs and Customer Q&As

FAQs and Customer Q&As

✅  Is Term Insurance a Good Idea?

Term life insurance is one of the best ways to secure your family financially in case of your untimely demise. Term insurance coverage provides a fixed amount of sum as a death benefit if you meet with life’s eventuality during the policy period.

It is a good idea to invest in a term life insurance policy as you only need to pay small annual premiums against a considerable sum. Moreover, this premium amount is subject to tax deductions, which adds the cherry on the cake.

For example- When you buy an online term insurance coverage worth Rs. 1 Crore, for a 30-yearpolicy term, in the event of your untimely demise (within the policy term), your family will receive the entire 1 crore Sum Assured as a death benefit, subject to terms and conditions

The term insurance coverage amount, thus, enables the insured’s loved ones to lead a decent life and achieve all their goals even in the absence of the breadwinner.

Moreover, buying additional riders like "Accidental Death Benefit Rider" or "Critical Illness Rider" helps to make the term plan more comprehensive. Such benefits are available on payment of additional premium

Therefore, having the best term insurance coverage is a good way to secure your family, even after you are no longer present to support them financially.

Is Term Insurance a Good Idea?

✅ How much does term insurance cost?

The cost of term plan varies depending on various factors such as age, annual income, the amount and tenure of insurance coverage, health condition and whether you are a smoker/non-smoker. 

For example, buying term insurance for a sum assured of Rs. 50,00,000 and a policy period of 30 years, will cost up to Rs. 4,720 annually for a 30-year old, non-smoker male. The same plan will cost up to Rs. 9,027 annually for a 40-year old, non-smoker male. (Standard Premium for Max Life Smart Term Plan, lumpsum payout option, inclusive of GST)

✅ What is the maximum age for term life insurance?

The maximum age to purchase term life insurance can be up to 60 years. If you choose to purchase Max Life Smart Plan with Return of Premium optional benefit, the maximum duration that you can buy this plan is 50 years. This means, incase you are buying term plan at the age of 25 years, then you can get coverage upto 75 years, and if you purchase it at the age of 35, you can get coverage upto 85 years. However, as the maximum age for coverage is 85 years, if you buy at the age of 40, you can get coverage only for 45 years, that is, till you turn 85

✅ Is natural death covered in term insurance?

Term insurance does pays your family in the event of both natural and accidental death. Term insurance is designed to provide your family a certain amount of money, irrespective of the reason of death. However there are some exclusions like suicide in 1 year, non-disclosure of rightful facts, that can lead to decline of your claim amount. To know more about such exclusions, please refer to the policy document. T&C apply

✅ How much term insurance you need?

Experts usually propose a term life insurance cover which is at least 10 times of your annual income, 15 to 20 times is always a better option. Include additional cover for your liabilities in ithome loan, vehicle loan, personal loan and you are secured.

For instance, if your annual income is Rs. 10 Lakhs, it is ideal to buy term life insurance cover of at least Rs. 1 Crore, assuming that you do not have other liabilities. In case you have a house mortgage of Rs. 25 Lakhs cover, include this additional Rs. 25 Lakhs as additional cover in your term life insurance coverage.

Deciding on how much term cover you will need or calculating the term insurance premium that you might need to pay can be a tedious process. Max life Term insurance calculator or Human Life Value Calculator can make the calculations easy for you.

✅ Can I have two Term Insurance Policies?

Yes, you can have multiple term life insurance policies. You can take all policies from either one insurer or multiple insurers. With age, your lifestyle changes and liabilities increase, hence buying an extra life cover makes sense.

The maximum coverage, be it single or all plans combined, that one can avail is calculated basis his income, age, assets and financial liabilities.

While buying multiple policies, you keep in mind these 2 important points

1. Disclose all the existing policies that you own currently to the new insurer from whom you are buying the additional new policy. This will help them asses your eligibility cover.

2. Read the policy documents very carefully to understand all the features, inclusions and exclusions. For example, in case of death due to accident or suicide, your nominee may receive the entire lumpsum from one insurer while receive no money at all from the other insurer. This will be the case when the latter does not cover death due to accidents or suicide.

✅ Which is the best term insurance plan in India?

When buying a term plan, you must check for the following pointers to make sure you have bought the policy that best suits your needs –

1. Claim Settlement Ratio – This is the number of claims settled against total claims received by the insurer. You must choose the insurer with a higher claims ratio. The regulatory body, IRDAI, publishes this for each life insurer in it’s Annual Report.

2. Solvency Ratio – This ratio shows the financial ability of an insurer to pay it’s short-term as well as long term debts. Choose the insurer with a higher solvency ratio as it shows the strong financial strength of a company. This can be found in IRDAI’s annual report.

3. Quality of Customer Service – This is most critical as it shows how much the insurer cares about a valued customer. Look at Customer Grievance rate (it is the number of customer queries resolved against total reported) in the IRDAI Annual report.

4. Product Features –After shortlisting the top insurers, you must read the product features in detail and pick the one that meets your personal needs and financial goals.

✅ How does term plan work?

Term plan offers a sufficiently large amount to your family at the time of death of policyholder. Whats more, this comes at a very affordable price. The plan covers your family from the risk of death for the limited period called term.

Term insurance takes care of the family in such unfortunate times. With term insurance, your family can continue to maintain their lifestyle by funding essential day to day expenditures and also achieve their life goal even in your absence.

✅ What documents should I have to buy term insurance plan online?

List of documents which are required while buying a Term Insurance Plan are:

1. Age Proof: Pan Card, Voter’s ID, Passport, Driving License, School/ College Certificate, Birth Certificate.

2. Address Proof: Utility Bill, Passport, Voter’s ID, Telephone bill, Ration Card, Electricity Bill, Bank A/C Statement and Letter from Recognized Public Authority.

3. Photo Identity proof: Driving License, Voter’s ID Card, Passport, Pan Card, Letter from Recognised Public Authority or Public Servant with Photograph verifying the identity and residence, Aadhar Card.

4. Recent passport size photograph

5. Income Proof: Salary Slip, Form 16, ITR/ Assessment Order/ Employers Certificate.

6. Medical Reports – In case required from the insurance companies end.

While purchasing a term insurance policy online, just you need to upload the attested copy of the above documents.

✅ Are Term plans available online?

Yes, Term plans can be purchased directly from the website of some insurers, in a matter of minutes. Buying online not only gives you convenience and speed, but also offer the cheapest term insurance plans. Research shows that in some cases, online term insurance plans can cost up to 40% lesser than offline plans with the same features and benefits. Key factors that influence cost is the absence of an insurance advisor (distribution costs and commissions is saved) and savings from overheads (documentation, logistics, stationery, etc).

To pay insurance premiums online, you can choose from a whole host of fast and secure payment options like net banking, debit cards, credit cards and more. Because all payments are instantly processed through a secure gateway, you are ensured peace of mind. The payment process is quick, hassle-free and provides an instant online receipt. This is especially ideal for times when you need to quickly furnish documents for claiming tax exemptions.

✅ How much risk cover should I opt for my term insurance plan?

It completely depends on your annual income & your age. Ideally the risk cover should be 10-20 times of your annual income.

✅ Do term insurance plans offer tax benefit?

A term insurance policy also offers tax exemptions to lower your tax outgo. As per Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, the premium paid towards term insurance policy gets a tax deduction for up to Rs 1.5 lakh. Similarly, for critical illness benefits, you can get tax benefits for up to Rs 25,000 under Section 80D. Moreover, the benefits received by your family will also be tax-free. For any tax-payer, these tax benefits are like icing on the cake.

✅ Does term plan can be used for the purpose of repayment of financial liabilities?

A term insurance policy also offers tax exemptions to lower your tax outgo. As per Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, the premium paid towards term insurance policy gets a tax deduction for up to Rs 1.5 lakh. Similarly, for critical illness benefits, you can get tax benefits for up to Rs 25,000 under Section 80D. Moreover, the benefits received by your family will also be tax-free. For any tax-payer, these tax benefits are like icing on the cake.

Is It Necessary to Buy A Rider with Term Insurance?
Sahil Rawal Delhi, India

Although it is not necessary to buy a rider with term insurance, it is wise to include the additional coverage. Term insurance policies from Max Life Insurance offer the core benefit of insurance coverage against the contingency of untimely demise along with several rider options.

These riders, available at a nominal additional premium, help increase the coverage of your term insurance cover. Under these, you get additional benefits against loss of income, accidental  disability and dismemberment, and life-threatening ailments such as cancer, critical illness cover.

Whom Should I Name My Nominee in The Policy?
Dhananjay Gurgaon, India

Life insurance plans offer protection to your family members against financial insecurity if something happens to you. In case of your untimely demise, your family member (nominee) will receive the insurance benefit (Sum Assured) in the form of a lump sum or monthly payments. Ideally, you can select someone who will be impacted financially, if anything were to happen to you.

Your parents, spouse or children are mostly considered as rightful nominees under your life insurance policy. You can also choose multiple nominees under a policy.

Is the Premium for Term Insurance Different When Bought Directly from Company or a Broker?
Neha Himachal, India
In some cases, buying a term insurance from an agent may be expensive than buying the same directly from the life insurance company online.
How Is Term Insurance Different from Life Insurance?
Robin Noida, India

Term plans are pure risk life insurance plans. In other words, these insurance plans only provide payouts in case of untimely demise of the policyholder within the policy period. If you survive the coverage period, policyholder do not get any survival benefits.

Also, traditional term insurance plans offer higher insurance coverage at a lower rate of premium payable compared to life insurance.

Life insurance policies may comprise of both insurance and savings/investment part. Life insurance plans from Max Life Insurance offer both death and maturity benefits to the policyholders.

It is crucial to first compare different life insurance policies before selecting a plan that aligns with your financial needs and requirements.

What happens if I don’t die? Will I get anything in term insurance?
Surbhi Delhi, India

Traditional term insurance plans only offer a death benefit, i.e. your family would receive the insurance benefit only in case of your untimely death within the coverage period. If you survive the policy tenure, you will not receive any survival benefits from the plan.

On the other hand, if you opt for Term Plan with Premium back option from Max Life Insurance, you can avail both death and survival benefits. In case of your untimely demise, your family will receive the death benefit (or Sum Assured).

If you outlive the policy term, you will receive the total amount of annualized premium paid towards the term plan, as maturity benefit.


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Top term insurance myths

Having a conversation about death is very uncomfortable and unthinkable, one of the main reasons why people procrastinate or avoid shopping for life insurance products. Other myths that people have due to low awareness of this category are - ‘Life insurance is not affordable’, ‘I am Single, I don’t need life insurance’, ‘It’s for older people’, ‘It’s only for earning members of the family’ and many more. This article tackles some of the most common but major misconceptions and myths

Is term insurance is an investment or an expense ?

Term insurance plans are not an expense but a safety net that no other financial product can give and a wise financial decision. A term plan pays the promised money in case of the policyholder’s demise, any time during the entire policy term. This means that even if he dies after paying a single premium, the entire sum assured will be given to the nominee. Additionally, you can also save tax. This article helps you understand the benefits of a owing a term plan.

How to Evaluate a Term Insurance Quote

Term plans is the simplest form of protection plans which is easy to understand and is highly cost- effective. You start your purchase journey by calculating a premium quote. For the same person, you may get different quote amount from different companies. This is because there are many factors involved like change in base premiums, rider costs, tax component, lapse charges etc. This article helps you understand the factors so that you can make a smart buy.

Maximize Term Insurance Benefits with Riders

Riders are add-on benefits that are optional with a life insurance product. This helps you customize the plan basis your personal needs. Few critical and powerful riders that you must definitely consider during the purchase journey is Comprehensive Accident Benefit, Waiver of premium and Critical Illness. This article helps you understand the meaning and benefits of different types of riders so that you buy the best term insurance plan customizable for yourself.

Difference between Term Insurance Plan and Whole Life Plan

Term life insurance is the simplest form of life insurance, that offer a lump sum payment as Death Benefit and can be availed for a fixed term. Whole life insurance offers both, a death benefit as well as savings benefits. Both these plans have distinct features and benefits and one should choose the plan that best suits your requirements. This article helps you understand the proposition each plan offers and helps you take a right decision for yourself.

The benefit of term insurance is that you can ensure financial safety for your family even if you are not there, at affordable rates.

Like any other life insurance plan, you need to pay premiums on your term insurance plan for the selected premium paying term, which can be paid based on the frequency chosen.

Additionally, you should seek to create a comprehensive cover for your family by adding more benefits to your term plan. Additional benefits like accidental disability, critical illness cover etc provide financial assistance in cases of disability and treatment of dreaded diseases. Critical illness cover is available at an additional premium

1) While estimating your Sum Assured

Once you submit the form you will receive the quote for the maximum sum assured you are eligible for. Maximum sum assured is based on your annual income. Maximum sum assured you could buy in term insurance is capped at 15 to 20 times of your annual income, subject to underwriting.

While buying term insurance, you can increase or decrease your sum assured as per your need. Your premium amount will adjust accordingly.

In the first step, you have calculated the base premium of the term insurance plan. However, term insurance plan only carries a death benefit, which does not offer protection from other risks.

2) While Choosing Your Benefits:

Adding these benefits may increase your premium cost. However, these benefits are useful additions to the basic plan and will be quite helpful in keeping your finances in order in case of emergencies.

3) Complete Your Application Form& Pay the Premium

Insurance is a promise based on trust between the insured and insurer. Thus, to cover your risks, life insurer will ask multiple questions related to health and occupation. Make sure to answer the following as correctly as possible:

  • Health history (Family & self)
  • Occupation
  • Lifestyle habits
  • Hobbies etc.

How long should be the term of your term plan?

The ideal term for your term insurance cover should be as long as you expect your financial liabilities to last.

For example, if you feel that your home loan may stretch a couple of years after your retirement, your term insurance should last at least as long as the loan after your retirement.

However, in the term insurance, it may not always be possible to increase the term later. Therefore, you need to ensure a long cover period at the time of buying the cover.

To avoid all guesses and stay secured for life you can opt for the longest tenure. You can easily manage the term cover after your retirement with ‘Pay Till 60’ feature of Max Life Term Plan.

Pay Till 60 ensures that your premium payments stop at 60, but the life cover continues till the maturity age you had selected. This benefit is available on payment of additional premium.

Below is a summary of top variants of Max Life Online Term Plan Plus, an affordable term insurance plan that provides a choice of 3 death benefit options to secure your family


Basic Term Plan

Term Plan with Monthly Income

Term Plan with Increasing Monthly Income

Maximum Maturity Age

85 Years

85 Years

85 Years

Minimum Sum Assured/Premium

S.A. limited by the minimum payable annual premium of Rs. 2200@

S.A. limited by the minimum payable annual premium of Rs. 2200@

S.A. limited by the minimum payable annual premium of Rs. 2200@

Claim Settlement Options

Lump Sum payout only

1. S.A. in Lump Sum

2. Level  Monthly Income

1. S.A. in Lump Sum

2. Increasing Monthly income

Standard Premium 28 year old, non-smoking, healthy male for Rs. 1 Crore* cover for 28-year-old male

Rs. 563 p.m.

Rs. 748 p.m.


Rs. 819 p.m.

* Conditions: The premium is for the basic term plan with only lump sum death benefit, and for a non-smoker, healthy life.
Monthly Income grows at a rate of 10% (simple rate of return) every year @ Only on regular pay policies, excluding modal, taxes and other levies

Max Life Insurance offers term insurance plans with great features like:

- Monthly income payout

- Premium waiver benefit on accidental disability

- Critical and Cancer cover

- Limited pay till retirement options

Benefits like accident cover, critical illness cover and limited pay are available on payment of additional premium

Buying term insurance early from Max Life can help you keep up with your growing financial status and family. Max Life offers increment of Sum Assured of term plan at major life stages in your life, such as Marriage, childbirth, etc. This is available on payment of additional premium

Additionally, with Max Life Insurance you can be assured that your family will receive the due benefit within a short period, and without having to run from pillar to post for it.

Max Life assigns a Claims Settlement Officer immediately to your claim, to assist you with the process for faster claim settlement.

Max Life’s Insta Claim Settlement feature ensures that death claims upto Rs. 1 crore are paid within 1 working day. InstaClaim is available for the following

- Claims for policies completed 3 years

- All mandatory documents# should be submitted before 3:00 PM on a working day

- Claim Amount on all eligible policies^ is upto 1 crore

- Claim does not warrant field verification

To know more about InstClaim, click here https://www.maxlifeinsurance.com/content/dam/corporate/mailers/InstaClaim.jpg

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Common Term Insurance Terminology

Common Term Insurance Terminology


The amount of protection that the policyholder will receive based on the terms of the policy


Insurability means all conditions that affect the health, susceptibility to injury and life expectancy of an insured.


The insured is the person who is covered in the insurance policy.

Maturity Date

The maturity date is the date when the amount paid towards the life insurance policy is given to the policyholder once the term of the policy ends.

Maturity Claim

The amount given to the insured at the end of the maturity period is called the maturity claim.


This is when the policyholder or insured officially authorizes another person to receive any monetary benefits of the policy. The authorized person is the Nominee.


The amount paid by the insured, either in a lump sum or in periodic amounts, to the insurance company under the life insurance policy.

Surrender Value

The surrender value it the amount paid to an insured who wishes to terminate the policy before its maturity date.

Vesting Age

The age at which the insured starts receiving a pension from the insurance company in an insurance-cum-pension policy.

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