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Met Suraksha Term Plan from Metlife


Met Suraksha is a vanilla term plan from Metlife. It has low and affordable premiums for high coverage. Thus if the life insured dies within the policy tenure, the nominee would get the Sum Assured.  However, if the life insured survives the entire term, nothing else is payable to him on maturity.

 

Key Features of Met Suraksha Plan

 

§  It is a pure level Term Insurance Policy with Death Benefit only and no Maturity Benefit.

§  There are options for single and limited pay along with regular payment options.

§  Additional cover with riders is available.

 

 

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Benefits you get from Met Suraksha Plan

 

Death Benefit – Sum Assured is the only death benefit available if the life insured dies within the policy term.

 

Maturity Benefit – There are no maturity benefits under this plan.

 

Income Tax Benefit - Life Insurance premiums paid up to Rs. 1,00,000 are allowed as a deduction from the taxable income each year under section 80C

 

 

Eligibility conditions and other restrictions in Met Suraksha Plan

 

 

Minimum

Maximum

Sum Assured (in Rs.)

50,000

No Limit

Policy Term (in years)

5

25

Premium Payment Term (in years)

Single

Equal to policy term

Entry Age of Policyholder

18

60

Age at Maturity

-

65

Single premium

NA

NA

Payment modes

Yearly, Half-yearly, Quarterly, Monthly, Single and Payroll Savings Program

 

 

Sample illustration of premium amount in Met Suraksha Plan

 

The below illustration is for a healthy Male (non-tobacco user) opting for a Sum Assured = Rs. 50 lakhs and Policy Term = 25 years

Met Suraksha Term Plan Sample Premium Values

 

 

Additional Features and Benefits of Met Suraksha Plan

 

Riders – 2 riders are available with this policy

·         Accidental Death Benefit rider

·         Critical Illness rider

 

 

What happens if?

 

You stop paying the premium - If the policy holder stops paying the premium, then all benefits of the policy will cease after the expiry of the grace period from the due date of the first unpaid premium. You can re-instate the policy within 3 years of lapsation by paying up all due premiums with interest.

 

You want to surrender the policy – There are no surrender benefits under this term plan.

 

You want a loan against your policy – Loan facility is not available under this policy.

 

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