In the LIC Jeevan Umang Plan, the life cover does not start immediately in ...
However, there are quite a few conditions that need to be fulfilled for the policyholder to do Partial Withdrawal from his own Fund Value, like:
- The policyholder needs to be at least 18 years of age.
- Partial Withdrawal is allowed only after completion of 5 policy years and not before that.
- Partial Withdrawal is only allowed if all due premiums have been paid on time and the policy is in-force.
- There is a minimum limit like Rs 1000 or Rs 2000 for Partial Withdrawal. This would vary from policy to policy.
- There is a maximum limit that is also specified in the terms and conditions of the policy mentioned in the Policy Document, but it differs from company to company and from policy to policy.
- The sum assured decreases for every partial withdrawal made for a period of 2 years for age of life insured less than 60 years.
- However, when the life insured is 60 years old, the sum assured decreases permanently by a proportionate amount vis-à-vis the partial withdrawals made.
Let us understand it with an example:
Thus, Ravi could withdraw only 20% of Rs 1,50,000= Rs 30000 subject to the fact that at least Rs 25,000 remains in the Fund. Thus his Sum Assured also decreases by Rs 30000 for a period of 2 years after which it would be restored since Ravi is less than 60 years of age. If he was more than 60 years of age, the Sum Assured would decrease permanently and would not be restored.
Thus, Partial Withdrawal is a very important concept and can be used very effectively only if policyholders understood its importance and could maximize its utility.