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Bharti AXA Life Insurance unveils Future Invest Plan

Last Updated: Nov 23, 2011 | 2194 Views

Future Invest is a ULIP with Zero Premium Allocation Charge. Pay premium for 5 years and enjoy coverage for 10 years

Bharti AXA has added yet another offering to its wide array of products. ‘Future Invest’ is the new plan launched by the private insurer aimed to address long term wealth creation needs of prospective customers.

Policy allocation charge is the amount that gets deducted directly from the premiums paid and the rest of the money gets invested in the funds chosen. Unlike in most other Unit-linked insurance plans, there are no charges for premium allocation in Future Invest plan. 

Key Highlights of Bharti AXA Future Invest plan:
Bharti Axa Future Invest
. Pay premium for 5 years and accrue benefits for 10 yrs
. 2 Life Insurance Benefit options
. Zero premium allocation charges
. Min monthly premium as low as Rs 1,500
. In-built Accidental Death Benefit (Only Option B)
. Policy allocation charge 
. Extendable Investment Period of up to 5 yrs
. Liquidity Benefit from Partial Withdrawals after 5 yrs

Read a detailed review of Bharti AXA Future Invest Plan

How does this work?

The policyholder has to pay monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or yearly premiums through ECS for the initial 5 years while the policy continues for 10 years. Depending on the financial objectives, there are 6 investment fund options to choose from. On maturity, the policy Fund Value is paid to the policyholder. At this time, the policyholder can also take the benefit of the extendable investment option, and choose to stay invested in the funds for additional 5 years after maturity.

In case of an urgent requirement of money, a policyholder can make partial withdrawals after 5 years.

About Bharti AXA Life Insurance:

Bharti AXA Life Insurance Company is a joint venture between the Bharti Enterprises and the Paris based AXA Group and started its operations in India in the middle of 2006.

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