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Shriram Life Online
Term Plan


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About Online Term Plan

We all spend time and money to plan for our future starting with securing our loved ones. Whether we are still an individual or married or have children, the need for security remains. Planning for financial security is a very important decision we all should avail to safeguard our family against uncertainties of life. We at Shriram Life understand your responsibilities towards your family and present you Shriram Life Online Term Plan. We have thoughtfully designed this product to suit your requirements of comprehensive coverage with at affordable premiums.

Why chose Shriram Life Online Term Plan?

  • Longer Protection: Provides life cover up to the age of 75 years

  • Complete Protection: Enhance your protection with Optional Coverage for a complete peace of mind

  • High Sum Assured Discount: Discount in premium rate in case you opt for a Higher Sum Assured

  • Lower Premium Rates For Women: 3 years setback on rates for women

  • The premium would vary based on choice of the benefit Options.

ENTRY AGE

Minimum

18 Years

Maximum

55 Years

(As on last birthday)

MATURITY AGE

Minimum

28 Years

Maximum

75 Years

(As on last birthday)

POLICY TERM

Minimum

10 Years

Maximum

57 Years

(Premium paying term shall be the same)

SUM ASSURED

Minimum

25 Lakhs

Maximum

10 Crore

(in multiples of 1 lakh)

CRITICAL ILLNESS COVER

Minimum

5 Lakhs

(Maximum 20% of Sum Assured subject
to a limit of ₹ 20 lakh)

ACCIDENTAL DEATH BENEFIT COVER

Minimum

10 Lakhs

(Maximum 100% of Sum Assured subject
to a limit of ₹ 1 Crore)

ENTRY AGE

Minimum

18 Years

Maximum

45 Years

(As on last birthday)

MATURITY AGE

Minimum

38 Years

Maximum

65 Years

(As on last birthday)

POLICY TERM

Minimum

20 Years

Maximum

47 Years

(Premium paying term shall be the same)

SUM ASSURED

Minimum

25 Lakhs

Maximum

10 Crore

(in multiple of 1 lakh)

CRITICAL ILLNESS COVER

Minimum

5 Lakhs

(Maximum 20% of Sum Assured subject
to a limit of ₹ 20 lakh)

ACCIDENTAL DEATH BENEFIT COVER

Minimum

10 Lakhs

(Maximum 100% of Sum Assured subject
to a limit of ₹ 1 Crore)

Our Term Insurance Plan

Claim Type What you get Policy Status
Death claim Base option benefits Plan terminates
Death due to accident (if opted for accidental death benefit cover) Base option benefits and accidental death benefit Plan terminates
Terminal illness Base option benefits Plan terminates
Total & permanent disability due to accident All future premiums including premium for optional benefits are waived off Plan continues for the remaining policy term.
Total & permanent disability due to accident Sum assured under critical illness is paid and corresponding future premium ceases. Plan continues for the remaining policy term and customer continues to pay reduced premium.

NOTE: Benefits are paid provided the policy is in force

Step 1

Select the Base Option as per your requirement

Step 2

Select the Optional Cover as per your needs

Step 3

Calculate your premium and select the mode of premium payment

Step 4

Fill the proposal form online and make the payment online

Step 5

Undergo medical tests only if required

You Should Know

Term Insurance Plans and what you need to know before buying

  • A term insurance plan is a specific type of life insurance policy that provides protection for a definite period of time or ‘term’. In the event of the unfortunate demise of the insured person during the specified term, the insurance company pays the beneficiaries of the insured a pre-determined sum of money. Term plans are the most economical plans of all life insurance policies as they provide life cover at cheaper premiums. These however do not provide any maturity benefits.

  • Level Term Insurance: Most common type where the premium amount and life cover remain constant throughout the term of the policy.

  • Increasing Term Insurance: The sum assured increases over time; as the life cover increases, it adjusts for inflation, so that the insured person is never underinsured.

  • Decreasing Term Insurance: The life cover decreases over time at a predetermined rate, with reductions in policy payout typically occurring monthly or annually.

  • Term Plans with Return of Premium: In this case the total premium amount, after applicable tax deductions, is refunded to the policyholder, if he/she outlives the term of the policy.

Research shows that Online term plans, on an average, are approximately 30% – 40% cheaper than offline term policies bought from an agent or through a broker. This is probably because of zero involvement of intermediaries in the process.

  • Added perks such as coverage of terminal illnesses and monthly income benefits

  • Benefits of riders over and above the optional covers available

  • Cheaper than offline term plans

  • Availability of longer term periods of upto 75 years of age

  • Easy & speedy purchase and renewals

  • Don’t go in for meagre policies –
    Your sum assured must be at least 20-30% higher than the sum of all your potential expenses. Time value of money also needs to be accounted for. As the premium difference is not much, there is not point in being penny wise and pound foolish.

  • Increase in your Premium is not a bad sign –
    An increase in premium indicates that you have moved to a high risk category. This is a not a bad thing because it means that the company anticipates a future outflow and is still offering to cover you.

  • Sooner the better –
    A good insurance policy and an affordable premium; both are largely influenced by your age and general health.

  • Not past your retirement age –
    Essentially, a term life insurance plan is for your family and the probability that they depend on you financially past this age is low. Since this is not exactly an investment, you need not spend on a term plan longer than absolutely necessary.

  • Be honest –
    The worst thing you can do while buying an insurance is lying about your health, lifestyle or family history. Even if you are not caught in the beginning it will definitely surface when your family decides to claim, which means your family was under a misconception that they were protected.

Disclaimer

  • For more details on the risk factors and the terms and conditions please read the sales brochure and/or sample policy document on our website carefully and/or consult our advisor before concluding the sale

  • Tax benefits are subject to change as per tax laws. Please consult your tax consultant on tax benefits