4 Replies to “can someone give me details about lic market plus plan?”

  1. Market Plus is a Unit Linked Investment Plan (ULIP). The money majorly is invested in share market as such the returns are linked to market performance. The policy has pension option on maturity.


  2. Market Plus-1 is a unit linked endowment plan which offers investment-cum-insurance during the term of the policy.

    Unit Linked Pension Plan
    Facility to Buy Additional Units through TOP-Up
    Choice of four investment funds as per your need
    Option to receive pension in Nine different ways
    Free four switch over from one fund to another in a year
    Optional Risk Cover& Accident Cover & Critical Illness Cover
    Premium Payable in single lump sum or Yearly, Half yearly, Quarterly & Monthly (ECS) installments
    Facility to receive 1/3 of accumulated amount on vesting date
    Risk cover, Accident Risk Cover and Critical Illness Risk Cover continue for 2 years even if premium is not paid after 3 years.

    to know more details please call us

    Vijay Solanki
    +9820922447
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  3. Market Plus-1 is a unit linked pensiont plan which offers investment as well insurance during the term of the policy.

    there are 2 plans.
    1 single premium
    2 regular premium

    You should opt for single premium as the allocation charges are very less as compared to regular premium, and you have the option to add topup premium anytime.

    Unit Linked Pension Plan
    Facility to Buy Additional Units through TOP-Up
    Choice of four investment funds as per your need
    Option to receive pension in Nine different ways
    Free four switch over from one fund to another in a year
    Optional Risk Cover& Accident Cover & Critical Illness Cover
    Premium Payable in single lump sum or Yearly, Half yearly, Quarterly & Monthly (ECS) installments
    Facility to receive 1/3 of accumulated amount on vesting date

    however there is 1 policy Bajaj allianz retirement advantage Single premium, here the charges are lower than LIC.

    Please do your own research before investing, afterall its your Hard Earned Money






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