Pension Calculator for LIC Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (842)

Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY) is a Government of India Pension plan sold by LIC for Senior Citizens where Monthly 1000 to 5000 pension can be availed on deposit of single one time amount. One can easily calculate Yearly, Half Yearly, Quarterly and Monthly Pension by entering one time deposit amount.


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Wrote :

21-11-2018 15:56:41

Sir, I am going to complete 51 year in this December, want to invest in pension plan monthly basis, and get the returns at the age of 60 years on monthly basis. can you suggest good plan for me

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23-11-2018 15:44:45

This plan is a single premium plan, monthly premium payment is not available. You may deposit in some other schemes like Bank RD or SIP and maturity of this investment can be used for purchasing a pension plan at that time.

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11-10-2018 16:19:54

Hello Sir what about after 10 years? because if it is a pension plan than it should be till the death.

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12-10-2018 00:15:02

It is not a life time pension plan. It only for 10 years.

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23-08-2018 10:10:21

My father is 66 years and has only agricultural income. He recently inherited some amount from my grandfather's pension account as nominee. Now he wants to invest ₹ 800000 in pmvvy. Does he need to pay tax or could he attract income tax notice.

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28-08-2018 22:58:51

Source of income needs to be declared, so it can be disclosed a agricultural income.

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22-08-2018 20:26:32

My father is a non taxer payer, he wishes to buy pmvvy, investing 800000. Could he attract income tax notice.

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23-08-2018 08:57:30

If he his income exceeds exempted income limit (presently 3Lakh for senior citizens) from all sources, then only he requires to pay income tax.

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Wrote :

16-08-2018 17:35:55

I HAVE ALREADY INVESTED Rs.7.5 LAKHS IN PMVVS IN ANNUAL PENSION MODE DURING 10 SEPT 2017 CAN I ADD(TOP UP) ANOTHER Rs.7.5 LAKHS IN THE SAME POLICY TO MAKE IT Rs.15 LAKH OR I HAVE TO TAKE ANOTHER NEW POLICY ? CAN FORM 15H BE FILLED ONLINE WITH LIC ? CAN IT BE FILLED NOW;IF IT WAS NOT FILLED DURING THE INITIAL POLICY PURCHASE ?WHEN FORM 15H IS A MUST ?

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17-08-2018 18:35:28

Yes, the new limit is 15 lakh. You have to take a new policy.

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12-08-2018 02:49:23

I cannot understand, supposed i pay 150,000 for getting 1000/ month up to 10 years. 1000×12=12000 this is anually income. 12000×10= 120,000 this is we get in 10 years. We are really lost 30000 if we received 1000/month up to 10 years.

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12-08-2018 11:19:43

No, your deposited amount 150,000 will be returned after 10 years.

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Wrote :

24-07-2018 10:30:31

whether wife and husband above 60 can invest rs 15lakhs separately.

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24-07-2018 14:23:07

Yes, both can have it separately.

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Wrote :

11-07-2018 14:01:00

My date of birth is 24/01/1959 Can I invest in PMVVY

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17-07-2018 14:09:08

Sir, you have not attained age of 60, so you are not eligible.

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Wrote :

17-06-2018 16:32:21

I want to invest Rs.9,50,000.00/- in PMVVY Scheme Table 842 to avail yearly pension. How much amount of pension I will get in yearly mode. Please inform me.

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17-06-2018 20:28:42

Yearly pension amount will be Rs 78850.

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Wrote :

06-05-2018 13:18:16

In this scheme if you deposit 15,00,000 you get pension after one year. That is with 8.3% annual interest this amount becomes 16,24,500. Now @8% monthly interest is 10830/- whereas LIC is paying only 10000/-. I don’t understand in what way this scheme is attractive?

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06-05-2018 23:18:07

Please calculate as per following formula.
1500000x8x1/(100*12), it will come out to 10,000.
For yearly pension, the maximum amount that can be invested is 14,45,784 and yearly pension at 8.3% would come out equal to 10,000.

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Wrote :

03-05-2018 08:20:50

My date of birth is 01.09.1859, Can I eligible for this scheme?. It is a news today that max 15 laks can be put in this scheme. Suppose today I put 2 lacs, can I put some after some time?

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03-05-2018 12:55:19

Sir, you haven't attained 60 years of age, so it won't be available for you. Multiple policies can be taken provided limit does not exceed 1500000.

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Wrote :

22-04-2018 06:41:59

What is Max. Deposit limit in pmvvy?…

Wrote :

23-04-2018 00:07:26

Currently it is 750000 and the limit has been increased to 1500000 in budget speech but it is yet not available from lic, please wait for some time.

Wrote :

24-04-2018 14:29:14

In last Budget it was declared that PMVVY plan # 842 will be increased from Rs 7.50 lacs to Rs 15.00 lacs w.e.f. 01.04.2018 onwards but why is so much delay ?Still it is not available with LIC .Please inform the tentative date of availability of extension plan .

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26-04-2018 12:41:09

Extended limit is still not available.

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Wrote :

08-03-2018 11:33:59

can you explain the rate of interest of Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana? Can you confirm urgently.

Wrote :

10-03-2018 12:21:45

It is 8% in monthly mode and 8.3% in yearly mode.

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Wrote :

01-02-2018 20:38:41

If I understand it correctly, this policy will give pension from the initially amount deposited and at the end of the term the initially amount deposited will be returned to the person or the nominee. Right ?

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02-02-2018 00:06:30

Yes, pension for 10 years and on completion of 10 years, purchase price is returned.

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Wrote :

06-01-2018 09:27:16

I wish to make an Pension policy for another senior person. If the person dies inbetween what happens. Will the pension stops or can be availed by living nominee. Or the pension stops and the lumpsum is returned back?

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06-01-2018 13:31:08

In case of death before 10 years, pension shall stop and deposited amoumt will be returned.

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12-12-2017 17:33:31

can i take 2 policies say one for 4 lakhs for yearly interests and 3.5 lakhs for half yearly interest? what will be total yearly interest? or in other words if i take a policy if 4 lakhs what will be another policy premium so that I will get max pension. thanks

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12-12-2017 18:08:43

You may take two polices provided total pension must not increase 60000 per year.

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Wrote :

22-09-2017 14:09:51

In my opinion the scheme is an half hearted scheme. For e.g if I keep the funds in cooperative bank ( interest @ 10 p, c. min ) or banks (int rates around 8 %) there is no age restriction for deposits you can get your full amt of money back either yourself or nominees before or at the end of the period you can submit 15 H for tds exemption in other words what advantage one gets if they invest in LIC scheme.
suggestion : . the interest or pension whatever u call should be fully exempted from payment of any taxes.The interest must be linked to the pension rate payable to the govt employees

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22-09-2017 20:36:56

But, at present, no bank is providing 8% or 10% interest.

Wrote :

26-12-2017 18:54:26

The bank rates are gradually falling and it may eventually hit 4-5%. And this could happen in another 5-8 years. so sealing the deal with 7% for lifetime is a wise decision

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Wrote :

25-07-2017 22:40:26

NOT SPARED SENIOR CITIZENS FOR 'TDS'.THERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN A LIMIT FOR INVESTMENT UPTO 10laks Without any TDS deduction.

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Wrote :

10-07-2017 11:54:08

on the closure of account the purchase price will returned to NOMINEE account ?

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10-07-2017 12:03:52

Purchase price will be returned after completion of 10 years.

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Wrote :

01-07-2017 18:52:44

In the plan document, there is no mention of TDS. As suggested by some experts, submission of 15 H would be needed to avoid TDS. Why there is no clear cut mention in the plan for TDS. Is it not something the scheme formulator should have thought of before launching the plan???????????

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01-07-2017 19:10:23

Yes, there should have been such provision.

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Wrote :

21-06-2017 22:05:17

whether Tax is deductible at source and if yes submission of form 15H is needed to avoid TDS

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23-06-2017 11:49:00

Form 15H can be submitted to avoid TDS.

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Wrote :

19-06-2017 13:48:54

I have paid a sum of Rs.7,45342/- towards quarterly pension on 22.5.2017 for 10 yrs.under 842 plan of LIC. When I shall be getting my first quarterly pension?

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19-06-2017 14:07:00

Pension starts after completion of first selected duration, for example if monthly chosen, then pension will be credited on completion of 1 month from date of enrollment. In your case, pension will start from completion of a quarter (3 months) from date of purchase i.e. 22.08.2017.

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Wrote :

31-05-2017 13:05:51

whom to contact to invest in this plan ? pls give details.

Wrote :

31-05-2017 15:03:48

Visit your nearest LIC branch.

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Wrote :

28-05-2017 14:08:24

supposed I pay Rs. 1,50,000/- say one time premium that is Rs.1,50,000/- on 26/05/2017 -(Policy Term 10 Year) so from which year I am getting Rs.1000/- pension. and how long I will get the pension. Then principal amount 150000 refund immediately.

Wrote :

29-05-2017 16:47:21

It is already explain in below query.

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Wrote :

26-05-2017 16:40:19

supposed I pay Rs. 1,50,000/- say one time premium that is Rs.1,50,000/- on 26/05/2017 -(Policy Term 10 Year) so from which year I am getting Rs.1000/- pension. and how long I will get the pension.

Wrote :

26-05-2017 17:58:12

You should get first monthly pension on 26-06-17 and 1000 per month up to 26-05-27 and 1,51,000(150000+1000) on 26-06-27.

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Wrote :

07-05-2017 21:48:37

May pl provide the pension amount on 750000

Wrote :

07-05-2017 22:37:34

Monthly pension will be 5000 per month for 10 years.

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Wrote :

06-05-2017 14:37:19

Is this pension is taxable?

Wrote :

06-05-2017 14:48:31

Yes, it will be taxable as it will be added to other income (if any) for tax assessment.

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Wrote :

05-05-2017 18:42:37

Nice and wonderful

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