ABSLI Monthly Income Plan is an insurance plan that helps plan superannuation goals by ensuring the payment of tax-free monthly income benefits. These benefits help the policyholder to meet his needs and also offer bonuses at the time of maturity. The plan also comes coupled with an inbuilt Accidental Death Benefit, which provides security to the insured person's entire family.
|Policy Tenure||20 -37 years; based on Premium Pay Term, Deferment period & Income Benefit Period|
|Premium Paying Term||10 years/ 12 years|
|Premium Paying Mode||Yearly/ Half-Yearly/ Quarterly/ Monthly|
|Entry Age||For 10 years PPT: 18 years (Minimum) 55 years (Maximum)
For 12 years PPT: 18 years (Minimum) 53 years (Maximum)
|Maturity Age||80 years (Maximum)|
|Grace Period||30 days; 15 days for monthly|
|Sum Assured||Rs. 4,00,000 (Minimum) For the entry age group 51-55 years, Minimum Sum Assured: Rs. 6,00,000|
|Liquidity||Loans available once the policy acquires a Surrender Value.|
Here is a rundown to the core benefits of ABSLI Monthly Income Plan:
Maturity Benefit: On the date of maturity, the policyholder shall receive bonuses accrued till the date of first due premium and terminal bonuses. The benefit would also include a terminal bonus if any. ABSLI Monthly Income Plan policy status would be considered terminated once the benefits are paid.
Death Benefit: If the policyholder dies before the commencement of the Income Benefit period, he/she shall receive a death benefit of 10 times the annualized ABSLI Monthly Income Plan premium or Sum assured, including total income benefit. However, suppose the insured person dies after the commencement of the Income Benefit period. In that case, he/she shall receive 10 times the annualized premium, or the Sum assured, including the outstanding income benefit.
Surrender Benefit: ABSLI Monthly Income Plan accrues a surrender benefit, which is payable only if the policy premiums have been paid for two full consecutive policy years. The Guaranteed Surrender Value will be dependent on the premium paying term and the policy surrender year.
Policy Loan Benefit: A policyholder can take a loan against ABSLI Monthly Income Plan only if the plan acquires a surrender value. The minimum amount of the loan should be Rs. 5,000, and the maximum amount should not be higher than 85% of the surrender value.
Tax Benefit: Under Section 80C, 80D, and 10(10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, a policyholder can avail of tax benefits on ABSLI Monthly Income Plan premium. Plus, the policy proceeds are subject to TDS as per Section 194DA of the same Act. Kindly consult a tax advisor to know more.
* Tax benefit is subject to changes in tax laws
The ABSLI Monthly Income Plan premium depends on various factors like policy buyer's current age, the chosen Sum assured, premium paying term, income benefit period as determined, income benefit option, deferment period, and chosen additional riders.
The policyholder can choose any premium paying mode such as yearly, half-yearly, quarterly, and monthly. The modal rebate for yearly mode is 3%, for half-yearly is 1.5%, and for quarterly/monthly mode is 0%.
One can easily calculate the future premiums that might need to be paid after the purchase of the policy on the ABSLI Monthly Income Plan calculator.
The additional riders available at an extra nominal cost under the online ABSLI Monthly Income Plan are as given below:
To know details, visit the official website or download the official brochure.
To buy ABSLI Monthly Income Plan, the buyer needs to fulfil the given eligibility criteria:
For premium paying term of 10 years:
For premium paying term of 12 years:
To buy ABSLI Monthly Income Plan, please consult an ABSLI Insurance Advisor, or visit the official website to apply for the plan. Consult the advisor to know more about the documents required.
One can buy online ABSLI Monthly Income Plan on the official website of the insurer. The insurance seeker can choose various ways to buy the plan from the site. He/she can opt for assisted buying where a telecaller would help them through the buying procedure, or contact the insurer through email/WhatsApp, or locate the nearest branch.
If the policyholder's death occurs due to suicide within a year of the policy's commencement/from the date of revival of the policy, then the insurer will pay back the total premiums paid till death, or the policy surrender value accrued till death, whichever is higher.