LIC Jeevan Labh (Table No 836) is a non-linked ( Not dependent on share market) limited premium paying endowment assurance plan which means premium paying term is less than policy term for example, if policy term 16 has been selected then premium will be paid for 10 years only and maturity will be paid after completion of 16 years. The benefit illustration given in this example is based on simple reversionary bonus declared for 2015-16 (Latest).
|Minimum Age at Entry||8 Years (Completed)|
|Maximum Age at Entry||59 Years for 16 Year Term|
|54 Years for 21 Year Term|
|50 Years for 25 Year Term
|Premium Paying Mode||Yearly, Half Yearly, Quarterly, Monthly (ECS Only)
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|Policy Term (Premium Payment Term)||16(10), 21(15), 25(16)|
|Basic Sum Assured||2,00,000 and above (in multiple of 10,000)|
|Premium Payment Mode rebate||2% on yearly, 1% on Half Yearly, Nil on Quarterly & Monthly|
|Rebate on High Sum Assured|
(Per 1000 of Sum Assured)
|0% up to 4,90,000|
|1.25% for 5,00,000 to 9,90,000|
|1.50% for 10,00,000 to 14,90,000|
|1.75% for 15,00,000 and above|
|Loan||After 3 years|
|Surrender||After 3 years of full premium payment [ Surrender Value Calculator]|
On completion of policy term, Sum Assured + Bonus + Final Addition Bonus will be paid as maturity.
In case of death during policy term of the plan, Bonus up to year of death & FAB along with Sum Assured will be paid as Death claim to Policy holder's nominee.
|Sum Assured (Rs.)||12,00,000|
|Premium Paying Term||16|
|Yearly Premium (Rs.) (Without ST)||54,385|
|Total Paid Premium (Rs.)||8,70,160|
So, as per above example, policy holder needs to pay the premium of Rs. 54,385 per year for 16 years (Premium Paying Term) and after completion of 25 years (Policy Term). The benefits (maturity & Year-wise death claims) related to this plan is given below. The following illustration has been prepared as per 2015-16 bonus rate(Latest).
If Policy holder survives 25 years, then Maturity (Sum Assured + Bonus +FAB) will be as under.
|Maturity Year||Age at Maturity||Total Premium Paid||Maturity Amount (Approx.)|
Death Claim Details
In case of death during policy term ( Before 25 years ), Sum Assured + Bonus + Final Addition Bonus (Normal Life Cover) will be paid to nominee. In case of accidental death, additional amount equal to Sum Assured along with Sum Assured + Bonus + Final Addition Bonus (Accidental Life Cover) will be paid to nominee. Year-wise and Age-wise Normal Life Cover and Accidental Life Covers will be as follows.
How to Understand Following Table
Suppose if, unfortunate death of policy holder happens in year 2027 (at age 40), then by that time total premium paid will be Rs. 6,52,620 and nominee will get death claim as Rs. 19,20,000 in case of normal death or Rs. 31,20,000 as accidental death claim in case of death due to accident and policy will stop.
|Year||Age||Total Paid Premium||Normal Life Cover (Approx.)||Accidental Life Cover (Approx.)|
Above example has been prepared for illustration purpose only. The Bonus rate has been taken as Rs. 50 per thousand of sum assured which is as per last declared and FAB rate as Rs. 450 per thousand of sum assured. for More details, please refer to LIC Website and in case of any query please write your comment below.
Wrote : 11-07-2017 12:36:28
Kal sam mujhe ek phone aaya Jisme bola Gaya ki her LIC policy holder Ko bonac Mila hi wo policy no mang Raha tha kya wo company ka koi admi tha ya phir koi Syber crime ka call tha please suggest me. Mai jivan Labh policy karbaya hua hi.
Replied : 11-07-2017 14:47:37
Woh ek fruad call tha, kyuni Jeevan Labh policy me bonus last me hi milega. Kisi stranger ko policy number ya other details share nahi karni chahhiye.
Wrote : 01-07-2017 12:50:21
is this policy contains medical benefits (medical insurance)?
Replied : 01-07-2017 14:44:50
No, this is not a medical insurance policy. It is a life insurance endowment plan which provides life cover during policy term and lump-sum maturity amount on completion of policy term. It will not provide any benefit in case of hospital treatment.
Wrote : 02-06-2017 00:35:14
Hi I just want to know how u calculate the % of bonus....It's yearly which we had paid on premium or total sum assured amt.......In jevan labh policy......
Replied : 02-06-2017 10:43:05
Bonus is in Rs per 1000 of sum assured/per year. It is calculated as Sum Assured x Bonus rate/1000 per year.
Wrote : 30-05-2017 23:19:59
Hi sir, I am an engineer. I took jeevan labh 836 monthly premium paid Rs 13965. Term 25 years. Sum assured Rs. 35,00,000. Maturity value after 25 years I will receive Rs 9800000 as per policy. When I received maturity value of Rs 9800000, in that time whether I have to pay tax on maturity value or exempted? Pls guide as per situation.
Replied : 31-05-2017 00:15:31
Maturity will be tax free under 10(10D).
Wrote : 30-05-2017 11:04:38
I have taken jeeven labh 16(10) plan for 200000.00 sum assured. my question is that cant I get the maturity value after 10 years ? or will have to wait for another 6 years ? in case something happens between 11th years to 16 years the maturity benefits will continue till 16th year
Replied : 31-05-2017 00:13:31
As per your example, if death happens between 11th to 16th policy year, then policy holder's nominee will get sum assured + accumulated bonus up to year of death.
Wrote : 01-04-2017 22:37:06
Hello, i am a chief insurance advisor from mumbai. I have been in insurance business for over 30 years...i would highly recommend all of you to invest in this plan! If anyone wants any guidelines or any advice relating to insurance, tax planning or investments be free to call me on my fone -9820036783
Wrote : 24-03-2017 22:08:34
My father's age is 59 and I want to invest in LIC JIVAN LABH ( 836) plan. It is possible or not please inform me
Replied : 24-03-2017 22:19:51
Yes, He can. please ensure that his age is less than 59 year and 6months otherwise his age will be considered as 60 years. You may use age calculator for his age calculation.
Wrote : 11-03-2017 12:01:07
How have you calculated 32 lac returns for SA of just 12 lacs when bonus paid is just Rs 50 per Rs 1000 of premium. Bonus should be around Rs 60,000 and maturity amount should be around Rs 12,60,000.
Replied : 11-03-2017 16:36:53
Bonus Rs 50 is per 1000 of sum assured per year, so 60,000 (appox) bonus is for single year and you need to multiply it by term to get total bonus.
Wrote : 13-03-2017 17:09:40
Is bonus paid for each term year or just for payment term or just 1 year. Is it paid on per Rs 1000 of premium paid till date or SA, I don't think this plan will give Rs 15 lac bonus as per your calculations.
Replied : 13-03-2017 17:34:41
Bonus declared for each year during policy term e.g. Rs. 50 per thousand of Sum Assured per year. what is your sum assured and term you are talking about ?, please share, will clear your doubt.
Wrote : 15-03-2017 23:38:01
According to your calculation 56424*16 = 887500/- But actually it is 902784/- Why this miscalculation is taken place..
Replied : 16-03-2017 10:18:51
Premium amount 56424 is inclusive of service tax and total approx amount to be paid is calculated on premium without service tax. The reason for taking premium without service tax is because of the fact that service tax rate (prevailing rate 3.75% on First Year Premium and 1.875% on second year onwards premiums) are subject to change in future. To make it more clear, premium without ST has been updated.
Wrote : 09-03-2017 14:19:20
i am recently registered in LIC portal. when i am trying to pay premium (Jeevan labh, code 863) its asking type of policy like conventional policies ulip/health policies pay renewal premium pay additional (top up) premium Please suggest which one i need to select for jeevan labh policy
Replied : 09-03-2017 20:54:48
It will be conventional in case of 836, you may follow this LINK for guidance.
Wrote : 10-02-2017 08:34:10
I have taken jeevan labh policy 16(25) and pay a mnthly premium of 3829/- .Upto what percentage income tax exemption i will get..please tell me with an example
Replied : 10-02-2017 16:48:51
Premium paid against life insursnce policy is exempted from income tax under 80c and limit is 1.5Lakh. You cab take rebate up to 1.5 Lakh including all investment.
Wrote : 26-01-2017 13:16:09
Please suggest: (1) My wife is 53 yrs old working as contractual employee with no pension or any benefit. Any pension policy or will the Jeevan Labh be ok ? (2) I am 62 yrs old. Retd. govt. employee. So which LIC policy will be better?. Thanks. SKD.
Replied : 26-01-2017 17:50:24
If pension is main objective then it is not good to invest in insurance plans as insurance premium includes mortality charges which will be high in your cases. Kindly divide your investment in to RD and SIP.
Wrote : 09-02-2017 05:25:53
The Only Good Option to invest will be Jeevan Akshay ,Option iv Annutiy for life with Purchase Price on Death. Please call me back at 964612204 more details.
Wrote : 24-12-2016 16:36:11
Hi sir, I am 41 years & investing Rs: 55757. 00 PM (from 31.03.2016) in Jeevan Labh (PPT: 836 /21/15), as an lici agent informed I may get pension benefit from the same after completion of 21 years. Sir, I am working in a pvt company having to pension.... kindly inform, would I able to get pension from Jeevan Labh?
Replied : 24-12-2016 20:02:22
This plan will provide a lump sum maturity amoumt and you can invest the maturity amount in any pension plan available at that time to get pension. This policy itself, does not have pension feature.
Wrote : 23-12-2016 18:45:51
Sir, Now I am 42, planned to Jeevan Labh of Rs.5L S.A. for 21(15PPT) then what will be Approx. Maturity Amount, Risk Amount for Normal and Accident. Kindly advice.
Replied : 23-12-2016 20:14:45
Maturity calculator is available on this site, please use it for approx benefits
Wrote : 16-12-2016 20:46:17
Dear sir i want to know that what is the maximum ceiling amount of accidental death claim in lic endowment policies? Suppose Mr X has three policies like new jeevan aanad of sum assured of 25 lakh , jeevan lakshya of sum assured of 30 lakh and jeevan labh of sum assured of 20 lakh and suppose Mr X dies in accident after taking all three policies then what is the maximum a??cidental amount Mrs X will receive after death of Mr X?
Replied : 17-12-2016 19:14:36
Max Accidental death claim amount is 1Crore including all policies of LIC.
Wrote : 05-12-2016 15:15:30
Sir, One of the Lici agent told me about the Jeevan Laab Policy.So, I got little interested on that , I want to do that for somebody else for 10 years and get maturity after 16 years . I am interested to do on amount of Rs 2 lakh and his age is 31 years. From u I want to know properly about maturity value after 16 years and if suddenly any accident occurs its beneficial value and also its yearly premium.I eagerly waiting for your reply. Thank u...
Replied : 05-12-2016 15:44:17
Please use Jeevan Labh Planner for complete details and in case, any further clarification is required, please write back.
Wrote : 25-11-2016 15:21:47
I just got a call from LIC. He was saying that yearly pay for 23,640/- for 16 years SA will be 13,50,000/- and we can't claim that policy we will get pension 11,250/- per month. Is it true or any fake call
Replied : 26-11-2016 11:48:30
Kindly ask name of policy, term and sum assured and calculate the benefits yourself. The benefits are approximate but you will get understanding of plan details.
Wrote : 15-09-2016 05:03:26
Hello Sir, I am paying 30698 per year for 4 lakhs sum assured in jeevan anand for the tenure of 15 years. how much i will get after maturity. i want to go with jeevan labh if i am not satisfied with jeevan anand maturity value by surrendering it. is it a good step? please suggest.
Replied : 15-09-2016 10:44:09
Surrendering will definitely cause losses, i would not suggest to surrender one policy to take another.
Wrote : 13-09-2016 09:51:19
Sir, I am a PSU employee. I took jeevan labh policy which S.A. 2 LAKHS. 16(10) for my father on his name. Whether I can show it for benefit in IT declation the premium paid hence.
Replied : 13-09-2016 10:47:27
Benefit of income tax section 80c can be availed for insurance premium paid for self, spouse or children. Premium paid for father is not applicable for this.