Shriram Life My Spouse Term Plan
We all spend time and money to plan for our future starting with securing our loved ones. Whether we are just married or have children, the need for security remains.
We at Shriram Life understand need for your family and present you online joint life term plan Shriram Life My Spouse Term Plan (UIN: 128N085V01). We have carefully designed a product to suit your requirement of comprehensive coverage with affordable premiums. With this one product, you can provide coverage for yourself and also to your spouse against various unfortunate events of life.
Longer Protection: Provides life cover up to the age of 75 years
Lower premium rates for women: 3 years age setback on rates for female lives
High Sum Assured Discount: Discount in premium rate in case you opt for a Higher Sum Assured
Enhanced protection: Enhance your protection with Optional Coverage for a complete peace of mind
PREMIUM PAYMENT MODE
10 to 57 Years
₹ 25 Lakhs
₹ 10 Crore
TERMINAL ILLNESS COVER
(Available for Primary life and Secondary life)
Equal to Sum Assured
CRITICAL ILLNESS COVER
(Available for Primary life only)
₹ 5 Lakhs
subject to a limit of ₹ 20 lakhs)
ACCIDENTAL DEATH BENEFIT
(Available for Primary life only)
₹ 10 Lakhs
subject to a limit of ₹ 1 Crore)
Note 1: Premium paying term is same as the Policy Term
Note 2: Terminal Illness Cover is equal to Sum Assured
YOU SHOULD KNOW
What are Joint Life Term Plans?
Joint life term plans are plans where both husband and wife are life assured as well as beneficiaries. While term plans were meant to compensate for the loss of the breadwinner, the increase in double income families has resulted in the need for joint term insurance plans. When two people contribute towards the household, loss of one can have a huge financial impact. Joint term plans include a primary life assured, person buying the policy, and secondary life assured, the one getting the life insurance as well. Primary life assured can be the husband or wife.
Benefits of a Joint Life Term Plan
1. Most Joint Life Term Plans provide compensation on death of the life assured to nominee or beneficiaries and continue to cover the life of the secondary life assured.
2. In most plans the surviving life assured is not required to pay premium for the deceased life assured’s life cover.
3. These plans provide a higher life cover at comparatively lower premiums.
Things to consider before buying Joint Life Term Plans
1. Amount of Life Cover & Policy Term –
The effectiveness of your Joint Life Term Plan depends on its ability to cover you for the amount and the period for which you need assistance. Following factors influence this decision
Present and future financial liabilities
Other investments and savings
2. Payout option –
Most plans offer 3 payout options – Lumpsum, Periodic or a combination of the 2. Your premium amount fluctuates on the basis of the payout option you choose. Pick the option keeping in mind your future needs and your ability to meet them.
Joint Life Term Plans vs Individual Plans
|Point of Difference||Regular Term Plan||Joint Life Term Plan|
|Death of the policyholder||Sum assured is paid to beneficiary and the policy terminates||Sum assured is paid to surviving Life Assured, while their share of life cover continues|
|Death of the couple||Dual payout from 2 separate policies||Single payout|
|Suitable for||Young professionals, not necessarily married||Married couple|
Benefits are paid provided all the premiums are paid and the policy is in force.
For more details on risk factors, terms and conditions, please read the sales brochure carefully before concluding a sale.
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