ULIPS

Unit Linked Insurance Plans (ULIPs) are a combination of insurance and investment. As a life insurance product, it provides you with a life cover to protect your family’s financial future in exchange of a regular premium. ULIPs give you market-linked returns on your investment by giving you the flexibility to invest these premiums in different funds. If you have questions on the nature of ULIPs, we’ve got your back. Here’s a list of the most frequently asked questions about ULIPs.

Are you dissatisfied with the purchase of your insurance policy? Don’t worry, you can still get a refund on your premium.

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Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure you verify things like charges, exclusion, policy disclosures, features, etc.Read more

Relook your asset allocation according to your age; this makes a huge impact on your investments.

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Deduct liabilities on the day of surrender, maturity claim or switch to arrive at the net asset value

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Are you dissatisfied with the purchase of your insurance policy? Don’t worry, you can still get a refund on your premium.Read more

The consequences of suspending payment on ULIP premiums can vary depending on the year you discontinue the ULIP.

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Premium redirection means allocating the funds from one unit to another either partially or fully.

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A life insurance product, ULIP is a market-linked policy that offers investment and insurance benefits to you.

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ULIPs offer both investment and insurance benefits that help fulfill your dreams at different life stages.

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After a lock-in period of 5 years, you can partially withdraw the sum from your ULIPs if required.

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In 2010, IRDA redesigned the guidelines for ULIPs, making them more investor friendly in terms of returns.

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ULIPs are flexible, transparent, and offer goal-based savings. That's why ULIPs are a good investment tool.

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In a ULIP, sum assured is the minimum death benefit that your nominee will receive after you.

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Traditional insurance plans that are not linked to the stock market are known as NLIP.

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