December 21, 2016

How to Surrender LIC Policy after 3 years or before maturity?

Many of us buy LIC policies without knowing features and benefits. However, after few days we feel such LIC policies are irrelevant. Hence, we want to get rid of such policies. The solution is to surrender such LIC policies. How to Surrender LIC Policy after 3 years or before maturity?

Surrender LIC Policy

What is the meaning of Surrender of Life Insurance Policy?

It is the option to exit from life insurance product before maturity wherein policyholder will get the amount which is called as Surrender Value. A regular premium policy will be eligible for surrendering after the policyholder has paid the premiums continuously for 3 years.

As I said, to be eligible for surrender the policy must complete 3 years. By surrendering LIC policy, you may not be in profit as they pay you some part of the total accumulated bonus and the premium you paid.

Implications after the Surrender LIC Policy

# You will loose the Life Insurance Protection available from the policy. As surrender of LIC policy is considered as the closure of the contract between you and insurance company.

# Tax Benefits availed under Sec.80C of IT Act will be reversed if the policy is terminated/cease to be in force within 2 years for traditional products and 5 years for ULIP products after the date of commencement of policy.

Refer the taxation of Life Insurance Policies at “Tax Benefits of Life Insurance“.

Types in the Surrender LIC Policy

There are two types of Surrenders. Let us discuss both the types.

1) Guaranteed Surrender Value

If your policy is eligible for this surrender value then it to be mentioned in the policy bond and is payable after the completion of 3 years. It is usually 30% of the premiums paid, excluding premium for the first year. It also excludes any additional premium paid for riders, taxes and any bonus that you may have received from the LIC.

However, the percentage of this Guaranteed Surrender Value will depend on the Policy Term and policy year in which the policy is surrendered.

Let us say your yearly premium is Rs.1 Lakh and you paid it for 4 years.

Total Premium Paid=Rs.4 lakh.

Premium excluding 1st year=Rs.3 lakh.

Then the Guaranteed Surrender Value will be 30% of the Premiums Paid (excluding 1st Year Premium). Hence, 30% of Rs.3,00,000 will be Rs.90,000 is what you get.

Remember, this Guaranteed Surrender Value will not add the already accrued bonus.

2) Special surrender value

It is calculated as below. But before that, you must understand one more term called Paid Up Value.

What is the meaning of Paid Up Value and Total Paid Up Value?

If premiums have been paid for at least three consecutive years and any subsequent premium has not been paid within the grace period, then such lapsed policies are called paid up policies. The sum assured is reduced to a proportionate sum assured which was available during the policy buying.

For example, if Sum Assured is Rs.5 lakh and the total number of premiums payable is 20 years and premium payable is yearly and let us say premiums are paid for 10 years. After that, you discontinue the policy.

Such discontinued policy is called paid up policy. This is calculated as below.

Paid Up Value=(No. of Premiums Paid/No. of Premiums Payable) * Sum Assured.

Paid Up Value=(10/20) * Rs.5 lakh=Rs.2,50,000.

So from the 11th year, the policy will continue with sum assured of Rs.2,50,000 only instead of original Rs.5,00,000. Along with this paid up sum assured the bonus already accrued up to the 10th year will be added. This is called Total Paid Up Value. Therefore Total Paid Up Value=Paid Up Value+Accrued Bonus.

If LIC declares any future bonus or guaranteed additions to the product, then your policy is not eligible for such future bonus or GA. You will receive only the Total Paid Up amount at maturity or death of policyholder.

Total Paid Up Value will be payable to you at maturity or your nominee (if your death occurs during the policy period).

What is the meaning of Special Surrender Value?

In simple terms, Special Surrender Value is the % of Total Paid-up Value and it is calculated as below.

Special Surrender Value=(Sum Assured * (No. of premiums paid/No. of premiums payable) + total bonus received)* surrender value factor.

In simple, Special Surrender Value=Total Paid Up Value*Surrender Value Factor.

This Surrender Value Factor changes based on the term of the policy and many other things. Usually, this value is zero for the first 3 years. Hence, for the particular year and for your policy, you have to check with LIC for this data.

What is the difference between Paid Up Value and Surrender Value?

I created below table for your understanding of the difference between the meanings of Paid Up Value and Surrender Value.Difference between LIC Policy Paid Up and Surrender

Hope you now understood the concept of Paid Up Value, Total Paid Up Value and Surrender Value.

How to Surrender LIC Policy?

First keep in mind that as of now Surrendering LIC policy is not possible ONLINE. Also, you have to surrender the LIC policy at your servicing LIC branch ONLY. Servicing branch may be the branch where you purchased the policy. Otherwise, if you changed the branch, then that particular LIC branch represent the servicing branch for you. The reason for this is, your all policy documents like proposal forms, loan details and all other details will be available at servicing branch only.

Also, keep in mind that you have to personally visit the branch and request for surrender of LIC policy.

Documents Required for Surrender LIC Policy

  1. Original Policy Bond
  2. Download LIC Policy Surrender Form No.5074. Take the printout and go with this form.
  3. Bank cancelled cheque leaf (your name should be printed on cheque) or bank passbook photocopy. Because now LIC issue the payment directly to beneficiary bank account. LIC stopped issuing cheques.
  4. Fill LIC’s NEFT Form, if you are not using the above said Surrender Form and submit the same.
  5. Go with original ID Proof like Aadhaar, Driving License or PAN Card. They verify and take the photocopy of the same and return the original one.

Once you submit the necessary documents, then within 5-10 days they transfer the fund to your bank account.

631 Comments

  1. Hello Sir,

    Very informative article and very nicely explained in detail.

    I’ve questions regarding cancelling / surrender of my policies.

    I’ve 12 Jeevan Saral policies, I’ve been paying against it since 2011. So far I’ve paid around Rs. 5,40,000/- till last year.
    While opening these policies, I had specifically asked my agent to open 1 or 2 policies with the specific yearly amount. It was for income tax and investment perspective, I thought that time.
    But the LIC agent broke that yearly amount in multiple premiums for him to get the benefit of it. I ignored that part and have been blindly paying the premium since then without fail. Recently I was reviewing the policies in detail. I created my login on LIC portal to review all. I realized that he has setup different maturity dates for all 12 policies with a difference of an year or 2 in between. Starting from 2032 onward.
    Considering all this mess created by the agent and my ignorance I do not want to continue with these policies anymore. My question as below –

    – Can I withdraw all the amount I’ve paid against these policies by cancelling or surrendering it ? Is there any way for that.
    – If I do not pay going further will that lapse the policy and would there be any penalty against it?
    – Is there any way I can complain about the agent in LIC to cancel his agent code? Because I recently I got know, few more people have been victimized by this agent’s approach of breaking the lump sum amount in small premiums to achieve his policy targets.
    – How come the sum assured is less than the amount of premium for some of the policies? Is that compensated by the bonus ? Is the bonus / guaranteed addition for any policy declared at the beginning of it or later?

    Reply
    • Dear Kedar,
      It is better to surrender now. Sadly you can’t complain against LIC for your IGNORANCE.

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  2. Hello sir. Thanks for the article. I have few LIC policies running from last 20 years. I changed my name last year (added a middle name), but this has not been updated in the policies yet. Will it be a problem at the time of maturity? If yes, what should I do? Please suggest. Thanks.

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  3. Dear Sir. Last year in April 2019 i have taken Jeevan Tharun policy , I want to change to Jeevan Labh. I am ready to pay extra premium . His it possible

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    • Dear Thippeswamy,
      Sadly you can’t change the policies like this. You have to cancel the existing one and you can buy new one.

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  4. can i Surrender the LICs jeevan labh before 3 years

    thanks

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  5. hi i have Jeevan saral and jeevan ankur premium paying since 2012 and jeevan anand premium paying from 2006 , if i surrender this policies what we will get .

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  6. Hi, Thanks for the column

    I have taken LIC Health Plus in 2009 for yearly premium of Rs 6,000/- for insured amount of Rs 2,00,000/- This is upto age 65 years

    I don’t want to continue LIC Health Plus, since i have taken better private ones.

    I want to ‘Surrender This’ policy. Will i get any amount in return.

    Thanks

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  7. sir please inform to me have any way of cancellation of lic policy through online

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    • Dear Anjesh,
      You can download the receipt by creating a login to LIC website.

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      • sir, please send the link
        They were said to continue but i am not interested because per monthly 6,686 rupees.

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  8. how much i will get if i pay only the first 3 year premium and let the policy mature for 20 years?

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      • it is jeevan labh

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  9. Basu Sir,

    I need your help in evaluating whether to surrender or paid up my endowment whole life policy.
    Insurer: SBI Life
    Product: Shubh Nivesh whole life
    Age : 31 yrs (now)
    Sum Insured: Rs 57 Lakhs
    Annual Premium: Rs. 3.27 Lakhs
    Premium frequency: half yearly
    Policy term: 20 yrs
    Maturity benefit: Sum insured + simple revisionary bonus+terminal bonus
    Other benefit: sum insured covered till 100 yrs after the maturity pay out
    Premium paid so far: Rs 18.15 Lakhs (in 5.5 years or paid 11 half yearly)
    Bonus accrued so far: Rs 9.975 Lakhs (6 annual bonus participated as policy start date is 25May2014)

    My queries are below,

    a) what would be the approx Surrender value if I need to surrender now?

    b) what would be the ‘total paid up value’ if I need to stop paying premium further?

    c) which option (a) or (b) is more sense considering the tax implications of 10(10D)- TDS?

    d) Does it worth to continue for next 4.5 yrs and then let the policy paid up to save tax implications on 10(10D) TDS- in any annual premium it should not be higher than 10 times annual premium as sum insured. Is it a good strategy to continue the policy till 10 yrs and leave the policy paid up?

    I ve enlightened not to get mixed up with insurance and investment, especially with something like endowment plans. Rather I would divert this into MF investment to generate my retirement corpus (goal).

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    • Dear Bhavesh,
      a) Contact the SBI Life for the values.
      b) Contact the SBI Life for the values.
      c) Surrender.
      d) If you are OK to commit the same mistake again and again, then better to continue.
      These are a dangerous product. Closing, investing the same in PPF may give you better returns than committing the same mistake.

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  10. I HAVE TAKEN LIC 820 POLICY,SUM ASSURED 30000/-IF NOW I WILL SURRENDER HOW MUCH I WILL GET IT?

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  11. Why everyone is giving example of 4 years when we are planning to surrender after 3 years

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  12. Hlw Sir…mene ek policy li thi or usme 50000 rs diye h 2 baar me…….2016 me.to vo wapis ho skte h kya

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  13. Dear Basvaraj,

    I have a Jeevan Anand (Plan-149) that I had bought in Jan 2012 for a sum assured of 5 Lakhs for a period of 21 years (2012 – 32) with an annual premium of 25,764.
    I want to surrender the policy now – my premium paid so far is 1,89,000 and vested bonus is 1,72,000. When I checked on the surrender value through customer care, I am told that it will be 1,39,000 and no bonus amount will be given, whereas clause 7 on the bond for Guaranteed Surrender Value reads, “The cash value of any existing vested bonus will also be allowed.”
    I feel I am looted, even after 7 years, there is no single rupee benefit, instead still getting amount that is less than what I have been paying.
    Please advise, if there is any possibility of getting anything above what is being told.
    Indeed a worst investment ever…

    Reply
    • Dear Hassan,
      This is the reality and you have no option but to accept.

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    • Raise grievance online on LIC portal, they are making us fool but you can raise your voice by raising grievance.
      Hope it will help. you can contact [email protected]@gmail.com if more info required.

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  14. Sir, I am LIC’s Jeevan Saral policy holder. Date Of Commencement of Policy is Jun 2009 @ Rs. 3675 quarterly for 20 yrs term. My age was 24 yrs when i purchased the policy. Now i am planning to surrender it on Jul 2019 i.e, just immediately after completing 10 yrs. So how much do i expect to get back…???

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  15. Hello Basavaraj Sir,

    I have a New Jeevan Anand (With profits) policy. Now I want to surrender it.

    Basic sum assured is 5 Lakhs & accidental benefit sum assured is 5 lakhs.

    I have paid the premiums for 3 years without fail. Policy duration is from 2016 to 2036.

    I request you to advise on below queries:
    1. Can I surrender my policy.
    2. How much will I get if I surrender it at this point of time.

    Thanks in advance. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Regards,
    Mudassir

    Reply
    • Dear Mudassir,
      1) If you are OK with around 5% returns for around 10 to 15 years of tenure, then go ahead and continue the policy. If NOT, then better to surrender.
      2) Please be in touch the nearest LIC Branch.

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  16. Dear Basavaraj,
    I am using Jeevan Saral LIC policy for almost 8 years. But I want to surrender it with below condition:-
    1). I bought policy in Delhi, but currently relocated to Bangalore.
    2). The address mentioned in the bond paper is no longer exist.

    Now, please suggest what should i do, if i do not want to visit the Delhi-branch to close this policy?
    Also, my friend told me to transfer the branch here locally at Bangalore, then surrender.

    Please suggest your opinion.

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    • Dear Prashant,
      The best option for you is to first let it be transferred to Bangalore (Send a letter to Delhi branch to transfer the policy documents to Bangalore Branch). Once it is done, then go for surrender.

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      • Hi Sir,
        I have sent 2-3 email with attached adhar card to LIC office for transferring account from delhi to Mohali (Punjab).But still my account is not being transferred . I sent mail 2 months Back.
        What should i do next?
        One more question for closing account do we need to visit delhi branch?

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        • Dear Abhishek,
          Try to call them and check the status. Yes, the physical visit is a must to close the policy.

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  17. i want to surrendrer my policy but i lost my original bond. brach told me to filled form and that needs franklin and notary. i want to know how much amount of franklin and notary in required for that

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    • Dear Shagufta,
      I am not sure about how much amount required. Better you get that information from the branch itself.

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  18. i want to surreder the lic policy but i have not present on originator place where i have take policy. How can i surrender the LIC policy any other place or any other branch?

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    • Dear Umesh,
      Sadly you have no option but to visit the branch and surrender.

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  19. Hello Mr. Basavaraj,
    For getting the surrender quote or to understand what will be the paid-up value, can I visit any LIC branch or do I have to visit the same LIC branch from where the policy was initiated? I was in Kolkata when the LIC policies were started and now I am in Mumbai so can I visit Mumbai LIC office or I need to go back to the Kolkata LIC office? Kindly advise. Many Thanks, Best Regards.

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      • many thanks for the quick reply

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  20. Hi, I have 2 LiC policies
    Jeevan saral & Jeevan anand since Jan 2010
    Now after knowing the disadvantages I want to close it
    What will be the sum assured ?
    It seems I have payed more than 5 years, so will it be 100% ?

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  21. Dear Basavaraj

    I have a policy (term plan) that charges around 38,000/- per quarter for a term cover and some maturity benefit. I’ve been paying this regularly for the past 5 years. I decided I don’t want to continue with this and have not paid the last two payments of my premium. Also, I received an intimation that the surrender value is now 5,11,000/-. I want to surrender but I have two questions:

    How do I surrender if I have lost the original bond?

    And, if I have not paid the last two premiums and want to surrender now, what will happen? Do I have to pay first or can I just simply surrender?

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    • Dear Abhishek,
      How can a term plan is eligible for surrender value? Please cross check your policy details.

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      • It’s not a term plan. My mistake. Its a plan where I pay for 8 years and I get a maturity benefit after20 years and then death benefit. I don’t want to continue this. Now? I have a surrender value of 5,11,000/- and also I haven’t paid last two premiums.. also I have lost the document. Please advise.

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        • Dear Abhishek,
          Approach the home branch to know the values and surrender.

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      • It isn’t a Term Plan. It’s LIC Jeevan Tarang with a 30 L maturity benefit. My premium is 1.57L per annum quarterly. I lost the document and missed the last two payments. I want to surrender and I have a surrender value of 5,11,000/- . What can I do and what will the non-payment impact?

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        • Dear Abhishek,
          If you not paid the dues, then currently the policy is in lapsed mode. However, if you paid 3 years of premium, then you still go for surrender.

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  22. thank you for taking time to share the information, it really helped!

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  23. sir, I have a endorsement plan of lic bunch of 20 policies and I am paying 38300 yearly since 2012 but now I want to surrender my all policies so please tell how much of amount I will get

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  24. Dear sir,
    I have jeevan saral policy. paid premium for 6 yr . now i want to surrender this policy… i want to know that can i get my 100? of premium paid amont?.

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      • yes today i visited LIC branch…they told me i will get around 75 to 80% of total premium paid amount in 6yrs…

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          • I will surrender it…bcz there is no reason for continue…

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              • Thank you…..

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                • Hi… i have also same issue. Can you please help me to surrender
                  my LIC policy ??

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  25. Hello sir, I have LIC Money Plus (paying only Rs.15000 .3 qtrly -2007) 20 years policy. Now can I surrender my Policy

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      • Thankyou Sir

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  26. Want to surrender my two reliance nipon policy how much return money i will get want to know about that

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  27. Dear Mr. Basavaraj,
    I have Jeevan Tarang policy. My yearly premium is 83674 and I am paying from 2012. Also I have another policy whose premium is 1844. In all I am paying 85518 and I have to pay till 2032. I want to discontinue this policy. How much amount will I get.
    Please reply.
    Thanks

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    • Dear Dhiraj,
      Better to contact the nearest or home branch of LIC.

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  28. Hi sir, i’ m paying premium for lic Anmol Jeevan -I (plan- 164) from 2013 ; now I want to stop the premium wether i’ get any amount or not sir; as my agent told me this is a risk policy.

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    • Dear Raghavendra,
      As it is a pure term life insurance product, you will not get any amount if you close the policy (even at maturity also).

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  29. Hello sir,
    I have opted for Lic jevaan laabh…..with yearly premium of 70,000/-, I have paid the first premium but now I wanted to quit………!!!!!!
    Shall I quit right now or complete the 3 years………which will be better…….???
    Plz do reply sir.
    Thanks

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  30. Dear Basavraj,
    I am also a victim of falling in the hands of LIC agents who sell policies to young and vulnerable clients and don’t actually explain the consequences of it. I bought JEEVAN ANAND (149). The date of maturity is 2085 answer the current status of the policy is “In Force” with premium paying terms of 30 years. What will happen if I want to terminate the policy? Will I get any money back ? I have paid premiums for last 10 years.

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    • Dear Saket,
      If you terminate, then you have two option to choose. One is surrender and another is paid up. Better to surrender.

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      • Thanks for your reply, Basavaraj. Will I get any money back by surrendering my policy?

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        • Dear Saket,
          Yes if you paid 3 years premium. But the quantum of the money should be get it if you visit the home branch.

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  31. Sir, I am started LIC policy (31.03.2017) Now i am not interest to pay for this.
    how to i Claim to paid amount ?

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    • Dear Sanjeev,
      You can cliam it if you paid the premium for at least 3 years. That also, you will not get the full amount of what you paid.

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  32. I took up the lic policy in 2005
    I have been paying regularly and I have to pay till 2025.
    But now I realised maturity is in 2077.
    I don’t want to wait till maturity and so if I surrender,how much will I loose?

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    • Dear Abhi,
      Which policy it is? If Jeevan Anand, then your maturity may be in 2015. Cross check the same with LIC Branch also.

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  33. Hello,

    I would like to know, what are the consequences if I stop my policy before 3 years?

    Thanks

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  34. Hi Sir
    Mine Jeevan anand policy complete s 5 years from commencement on Dec 2018..
    1. If I surrender policy or Jan or Feb 2019 is there any effect for 80 c claimed deduction for the current FY..

    2. Which ITR is correct and where to show surrender amount in case no tax and no 80 c reversion..

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      • 1.Policy completed 5years..now we are in end of FY 18-19..premium paid till Jan is still claimed under 80 c dedction if I surrender before FY ..

        2. Read few articles..for surrender if annual premium paid is less than 10%..surrender value is not taxable right..correct me if I’m wrong

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        • 1.Policy completed 5years..now we are in end of FY 18-19..premium paid till Jan is still claimed under 80 c dedction if I surrender before FY ..

          2. Read few articles..for surrender if annual premium paid is less than 10%..surrender value is not taxable right..correct me if I’m wrong

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  35. Hello sir, 2 of my policies were purchased from KA state branch & nowadays I’ve been shifted to MH. While surrendering the same will i have to visit the serving branch?

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    • Dear Shiva,
      Sadly YES. However, the alternative is that you first transfer both the policies to your nearest branch (by sending the written request to the home branch). Once the transfer is done, then you can surrender the same from the new branch.

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  36. Hi Sir,
    My policy Name : LIC Jeevan Labh
    total premium amount : 15 Lacks for 12 years
    yearly i have to pay 80000/-

    Clarification : i want to surrender this amount this year 2019 ( will complete 3 years ), can i get complete paid amount.

    Example : 80,000 * 3 = 2,40,000/- will get or not?

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  37. Hello Sir,

    I have paid premiums for Jeevan Anand 149 plan amounting to 30516 for 8 years now from 2010, there are 12 individual policies with maturity of 1Lakh each. Now I am thinking of closing the policy now. Need to know the amount that I will get if I close now.
    Thanks.

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    • Dear Mahesh,
      Approach the concerned LIC office for the same.

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  38. Dear Basavaraj,

    I have paid 6 quarterly premiums so far. I am quite young. I signed up for the policy by mistake. I don’t intend on continuing the payment. What will have to the 1.5 yrs of premiums I paid?

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    • Dear AM,
      Either you have to complete 3 years or forget of whatever you paid now.

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  39. I have taken Loan against 2 LIC policies…so further I wanted to stop these policies,So how much I should pay further or I will get return amt.from LIC?
    please help

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    • Dear Amit,
      LIC will first arrive at surrender value If you are planning to close it. In that surrender value, they deduct the outstanding loan dues and pay you the rest of the amount.

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  40. Dear Sir,
    I don’t want to surrender the policy, but won’t be able to pay future premium. To convert it to paid up policy, dose I need to contact servicing branch? Do I need to give letter in writing? Please clarify…

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      • Hi Basavaraj,

        3 years completed, If we stop paying premium.Should we get money or not. If yes when shall we get. i paid almost 1.5L

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        • Dear Behara,
          If you completed three policy periods, then yes you can surrender but sadly you will receive less of what you paid actually.

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          • Dear Basavaraj,

            I don’t want to surrender and I don’t want to continue. i want to stop here in this case what will happen.

            Thanks.

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            • Dear Behara,
              In that case, policy will turn to be Paid Up. You will receive this paid up value at maturity or at death.

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  41. Dear sir i had buy an one of the LIC plan recently and they committed me to medical insurance and credit card of LIC along with policy after a long time six months they still not given me the same. i had paid one installment and don’t want pay or continue the policy as i found cheated.. sir what to di pls advise. Thanks

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    • Dear Jitendra,
      You are get cheated horribly by those who sold you. You can complain against this with LIC at first immediately.

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  42. Hello sir, what is the procedure to surrender LIC policy which is in the name of minor

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    • Dear Raj,
      It is same as I have explained in above post (because the policyholder is minor). Hence, proposer has to go ahead and complete the surrendering process.

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  43. Hello sir, I have LIC Jeevan Saral (paying 12000 from Dec 2010, SA 2,50,000) and Jeevan Anand (paying 12000 from Jul 2011, SA 2,00,000) policies. Both are 20 years policy. I plan to close both due to financial situation. Is it good to proceed now for surrender. Whether I will get any partial policy bonus? Please advice.

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    • Dear Sridaran,
      GOOD or BAD depends on whether you feel these products suitable for you or not. Regarding partial bonus availability, YES, but better to contact the home branch for the same.

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      • Thanks for your reply sir. I came to know that Jeeval Saral is not good and I won’t get complete paid amount.Don’t know about Jeevan Anand. I thought I can close one based on return profit and hold other to compensate loss if any in coming months.

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        • Dear Sridaran,
          If you are OK with around 5% to 6% returns, then continue. Otherwise, you have to come out.

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  44. helo sir mane lic policy li hai aur 5 year complit bhi hogya hai isme mujhe 2 baar mony back aya hai 10000 thaushand ka meri monthli lic 1040 ki debit hoti hai ab me ye lic close karna chata hu to bataye mujhe kya benefit hai…

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    • Dear Pradeep,
      You can close now and for that visit the concerned LIC Branch.

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  45. i have paid 3 installment of LIC jeevan anand 815, i want to close LIC thsi policy, how much i will get back money.

    Last 3rd Premium paid date is – 25June 2018

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  46. Hello Sir,

    My relative had taken Jeevan Anand (Table No. 149)
    Policy Purchase Year: 2011.
    Sum Assured : 400000
    Tenure: 16 years.
    Premium: 27652 Rupees / Year
    Premium payment Date: 28/Dec

    He has paid first 2 installments and after 2012, he has not paid anything.

    1) What happens to 2 paid installments ? will it remain as it is or will LIC charge any money on it.
    2) Is there any Bonus Earned on those 2 installments ?
    3) Life cover is still there?
    4) When can invested money can be withdrawn or recovered ?

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      • Hello Sir, I have taken Jeevan Saral profit plan in Oct-2010, with half yearly premium of Rs. 6065/- and paying payed all the premiums on time till Oct’2017. I want to surrender the policy now because of some financial conditions. Can you please tell what will be the amount I will get back if I surrender now.
        Also I am in another city now, so can I send the required documents to my home branch by post and expect to get the work done?

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        • Dear Abhinov,
          Visit the nearest LIC Branch for the valuation purpose. Yes, they accept if you send the documents through the post. But be careful and follow up the same regularly.

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    • he has to re-run it after submitting late fees…there is no benefit in surrendering lic as it gives maximum returns on maturity…jeewan anand is a very good plan….u will not get a single rupees if u havent paid money for three years continuously…run it till maturity if u have opted this plan and if u can manage to pay…hope this helps…even if u surrender it after three years itz a big big loss…thanks

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      • Dear RJ,
        “maximum returns on maturity”-HOW MUCH? Can you elaborate? Don’t act like typical LIC Agent. Think about the money of the people who invest for their future.

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  47. Jeevan saral with annual premium of 36k in 2012 Dec.
    Now it has completed 7 years and i now when i search accross i get the return on such policy are around 6-8% and not more then that.
    when i review my finacial stuff i dont think i need such policy and hence need advice if i should surrender.
    but the surrender charges are 30 k (I invested 109k and i am getting back 87k ).
    Not sure if i continue for 10 years and then see or how should i take it since loss is very high.

    Reply
    • Dear Lalit,
      Even if you continue also, the returns are not more than 6%. I am not sure who told you that your current returns are even 8%. Think that you committed the mistake and paying penalty for your ignorance.

      Reply
      • no after maturity definitely u r going to get benefit….dont opt for market plus policy…..becos lic gives returns by investing in market and by people like you…who surrender it uselessly and accrue losses….

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  48. Sir, is there any way to take loan from lic policy through online? If yes how much amount can I take.

    Reply
  49. I have taken a Jeevan saral policy, tenure is 35yrs. Already finished 9yrs. Intend to stop the policy after completion of 10yrs. Kindly advise

    Reply
      • Dear Basu,
        As Jeevan Saral include Special surrender value, 100% premium will be back after 5 yrs. My policy completed 8 yrs. Intend to surrender it ASAP OR after 10 yrs. Its matter of 2 yrs.
        Can you plz confirm if policy will be surrender, then amount would include loyalty addition (after 10 yrs).?

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  50. Hello,

    Is there any way in which we can lower the tenure of the policy. Eg one policy which i took has been issued to me for 35 years, which i feel now is a little too much. Can I reduce the tenure for this policy to close to 20 years somehow

    Thanks

    Reply
    • Dear Danny,
      Yes, you can reduce the premium paying term. However, proportionally the premium will increase.

      Reply
  51. Good morning Basuraj,
    Two things I would like to know from you sir :
    1. I’m paying annual premium of 5 lacs towards LIC – mostly Jeevan Saral policies. All these policies have completed 3 years of continuous payment.
    Is it worth stopping them and investing that amount in Mutual funds?

    2. Since I have taken 2 lacs loan against two LIC policies, can I surrender or make it paid-up without repaying the loan amount?

    Reply
    • Dear Anil,
      1) Yes, it is worth but also if you go for surrender, then be ready to get less than what you paid.
      2) You can either surrender or paid up. After deducting the outstanding loan, then paid you or convert to paid up.

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  52. I have Jeevan Anand Policy with 11000 yearly premium. I have already paid 12 installaments. (12 years). term – 21 years
    Now I want to surrender the polciy.

    Can you please let me know how much I will get back on this.

    Reply
  53. I purchased a Policy from PNB Metlife. For 1st year I paid the premium in single shot. For 2nd year I opted for monthly ECS.. Which continued for 1 year and suddenly it stopped, offcourse not due to insufficient funds.. When approached, costumer service executive told me that it is due to some technical error at their end, which will be rectified soon.. However, it never renewed. Pls suggest, What should I do in this case?

    Reply
    • Dear Faraz,
      It is the biggest blunder they committed and let them correct it.

      Reply
      • Dear Basav,

        Thanks a lot for such a prompt revert. Would you advise for surrendering the policy and withdraw the money..? And go for a new policy may be..

        Reply
        • Dear Faraz,
          It is not your fault, then let them correct. However, if you are looking for a completely new product, then you can move on.

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  54. I was purchase policy 2008. I was paid premium only 2.5 year then stop paying premium any reason .now i want to surrender my policy ..the period was 10 year …can i eligible to my money back how i paid ..which process i do

    Reply
    • Dear Dheeraj,
      You are eligible for surrender if you paid 3 years premium.

      Reply
  55. Dear Sir ,
    I have money back policy no 127787789 , 3 years completed . I am planing to policy surrender as not paynig farther premiums .
    Request you to please let me know your suggestio how to proceed I have taken term insurance for my insurance needs.
    Thanks

    Reply
    • Dear Devraj,
      Refer above post and visit the concerned branch for the same.

      Reply
  56. Hi Basavraj,

    I have taken New Jeevan Anand (Plan-815) sum assured is 15,00,000 and installment Premium is 1,16,437 and Policy Term 15 years and Premium Paying Term is 15 years and policy benefit is 15,00,000.00 date of maturity in 15 years
    Is above policy worth to take what ? After maturity with interest how much amount i will get? or
    1)After paying 3 years Guaranteed Surrender Value Surrender will come around 1,20,000 is waste to go with it?
    2)after paying 3 years Special surrender value i will be 4,00,000 for 7.5 Lakhs for what i paid?Special surrender value will get after date of maturity only na ?

    Shall i quit this plan or continue with this plan?or Shall i go with any sip?
    Please suggest?

    Reply
    • Dear Vaibhav,
      Continue this policy if you feel Rs.15,00,000 life insurance is sufficient for your family dependents to survive in your absence. Continue this policy if you feel 4% to 5% returns are best for the 15 years of investment.

      Reply
  57. Dear Sir,

    After open policy i have paid 3 premium after that i stopped, so will this money refund?

    Reply
  58. Hello sir, I joined in a Bima gold policy in 2006 with 50000Rs 20years. I want to cancel the policy. Is this good decision?
    Is this possible?

    Reply
    • Dear Padmasri,
      Yes, you can surrender now. But good or bad depends on why you decided now to close it?

      Reply
  59. Sir , I have lost my policy bond or either the agent wouldn’t provided me , can I surrender my policy with first premium receipt ?
    Please let me know the process to retrieve duplicate policy bond.
    Currently my location is Bangalore and I have done my policy from west Bengal.
    Thanks in advance

    Reply
    • Dear Jaidev,
      You have to approach to the branch for duplicate bond at first. Then you can surrender it. Please be in touch with your agent or the concerned branch.

      Reply
      • Dear Sir,

        Thanks a lot for clearing the confusion 🙂

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  60. Sir I have a jivan saral policy (with profits) purchased in December 2013. And I have paid total 4042 per month*53month
    …so sir please tell me how many surrender value amount or paid up value return to me from lic of india

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  61. i have a jeevan anand policy for 25 years which i took in 2014, paid up to 4 premiums now. Is there an option to extend it to 35 years (policy term) as that seems to fetch me more returns ? If not possible pls advice me if i can cancel that and take a new jeevan anada with 35 years?

    Reply
    • Dear Vignesh,
      You can’t extend the policy period in between. However, you can buy a new one. But do you feel such products right for long-term investment?

      Reply
  62. Hi Sir, I have taken a New Jeevan Anand policy of Sum assured 500,000 in 2017 and have paid 1 annual premium so far. Understand that if I pay 2 more annual premiums i.e. complete 3 years and lapse thereafter then it would be considered as Paid-up value. There are 2 options to take the paid-up value; One is to take this paid-up value on maturity with bonus and other option is to take the paid-up value after 8 years without bonus. Is the second option true? Please advise

    Reply
    • Dear Rajesh,
      Even I am also hearing this second option with YOU itself. Cross check with LIC officials (not agents) directly.

      Reply
      • Dear Sir,

        Thanks for your response.

        Please request you to let me know how much will be the approximate paid-value (amount) for the below policy Jeevan Anand for term 30 years:

        1st Premium paid- INR 18,000/- – Paid in June 2017
        (On 1st June 2018, I got my Sum assured reduced to 100,000 from existing 500,000 after my request to branch)
        2nd Premium payable – INR 5,000 (Approx.) – Due in June 2018
        3rd Premium payable – INR 5,000 (Approx.) – Due in June 2019
        And After paying remaining above 2 years’ premium If I decide to keep the policy as Paid-Up then how much amount will I get on maturity:

        Will it be 28,000 (all 3 premiums if paid) + bonus or ?
        Wil it be 10,000 + bonus (Only 2nd +3rd premiums if paid and not the 1st premium bcoz of breach of contract for sum assured to 1 lakhs from 5 lakh)

        Please request you to let me know the appropriate paid-up value on maturity so that I take the right step for the remaining 2 premiums whether to continue to pay or forget 1st premium paid to avoid further loss.

        Thanks

        Reply
        • Dear Rajesh,
          I am repeating the same. Regarding surrender and paid up values please contact the LIC Branch.

          Reply
          • Dear Sir,

            There is a misponses from LIC zone and LIC branch office. So i am confused. Branch office told me that I should forget 1st premium paid i.e. 18000 and LIC customer zone said that I will get all amount i.e 28000.

            Please help me.

            Thanks

            Reply
            • Dear Rajesh,
              Why not go to the nearest branch than the servicing branch and let them give it in writing.

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              • Dear Sir,

                Thanks for your response.

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  63. Hi Basu Sir,

    I have 2 jeevan anand policy (started in 2004 and 2005) and one money back policy (started in 2008). I am planning to surrender as I understand that returns will be below 6% and invest in Mutual fund SIP. whether its the right thing to do? or get all 3 policies paid-up by not paying further permiums?
    Request you to please let me know your suggestion how to proceed.

    I have taken term insurance for my insurance needs.

    Thanks,
    Harsha

    Reply
    • Dear Harsha,
      Surrender is best option when the policy maturity is too far. Paid up is best when you are about to near the policy maturity.

      Reply
      • Thanks for your suggestion.

        – For Jeevan Anand 2004 – Policy will mature in 2029 ;
        For Jeevan Anand 2005 – Policy will mature in 2030 and
        for Money back policy 2008 – Policy will mature in 2033.

        All of them mature after 10 years. I understand from your suggestion that better to surrender the policies.

        Could you please let me know of any tax implications if I surrender these policies? whether any TDS will be deducted or I need to pay tax after receiving the surrender value?

        Thanks in advance

        Best Regards,
        Harsha

        Reply
        • Dear Harsha,
          It is better to surrender. Your surrender values will be tax-free for you.

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          • Thank you sir. I have surrended one Jeevan Anand policy and in the process of surrendering another two.

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  64. Hi Basavaraj,

    Firstly, thank you for explaining the difference in the Surrender Value and that of Paid Up Value

    I’m an NRI who has paid 3 years of premium for LIC 814 Plan
    I pay 60K(excluding tax) a year and the plan is for 30 years in total. (so when I’ll be 60 it will mature)
    It started in 02.2015.
    Lic said I will get a surrender value of 1.4Lakh in May 2018

    I would like to know if it makes sense just to stop the premiums and go for Paid up Value, so at the time of maturity I can get the bonus amount of 2Lakh or just take the money out and invest it into SIP which might give me better returns.

    Is it possible for the agent to get the entire process taken care off and transfer the money to my account or do I need to be physically present?

    On the other hand I was thinking of taking an Icici term life just to be safe, but I’m not sure if I can get it online, being out of India. ( It was not mentioned in your post on term life insurance)

    Can you please suggest what could be a good approach in this case.

    ***plan to settle abroad**

    Thanks in advance

    regards,

    Aki

    Reply
    • Dear Aki,
      As you are into initial phase of policy period, I suggest you the surrender option rather than paid up. Yes, your agent can handle surrender once you send him the signed documents and KYC details. But whether your agent supports surrender or paid up (when he knows that his income will stop immediately)? Regarding term plan, yes you have to be present in India to buy the plan (to undergo a medical examination and all).

      Reply
  65. Hi, I have one LIC’s new jeevan shree policy, and I have paid only the first premium of Rs. 61952 in the year of 2012. Now can I get my money back from LIC?

    Reply
    • Dear Sujit,
      Please refer the above post properly. To be eligible for paid up or surrender, you have to pay the premium for at least 3 years.

      Reply
  66. I have paid premiums for new bima gold. (policy duration 16years/half yearly amount is 12544) now policy duration completed 9.5 years(policy will complete in 2024). But now I want to surrender it. please support.

    Reply
    • Dear Mujeeb,
      You can now surrender it. Regarding values, contact the LIC Branch.

      Reply
  67. Thanks for value ading information in depth.
    Great

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  68. Hi sir

    Am having a jeeven saral policy since September 2010 and premium am paying is 4549 half-yearly.

    Now am trying to find how much is total amount with the bonus. And want to discontinue it . . Took this for 20 years.

    Please help me wat is the procedure for discontinue it and how much is current value

    Thanks

    Reply
    • Ajit-Procedure has explained above. Regarding how much amount you get, contact the branch.

      Reply
  69. Hi Basu, I have an ATM LIC policy which commenced from April 2013 with an annual premium of Rs 48996.Now the policy has completed 5 years and I wish to cancel it what would be the amount that I would get if I surrender it now.

    Thanks
    Sadaf

    Reply
  70. Hi I have paid premium 3580/-from 2005 to till date for lic policy annually. Now I would like to cancel my lic. Can I get my money back & what amt kindly give reply

    I had checked the web site but there nothing related to Surrender.
    No form , No procedure ,No contact details for surrender value

    Reply
    • Neelesh-Regarding surrender values, contact the LIC Branch. Regarding procedure of surrender, refer above post.

      Reply
  71. Good evening sir Iam having 2 policies LIC one is Jeevan anand (commencement date 2010) and sum assured is 500000 and iam paying premium regularly @20330 per year with date of last payment is 2034 and another one is Jeevan mithra ((commencement date 2010) and sum assured is 500000 and iam paying regularly premium @ 22000 per year and its d/o.maturity is 18.06.2035 . Now iam in nee of money please just me should i surrender the policies or continue…pls suggest me sir

    Reply
    • Also let me know how much surrender value i would get now should i wait for some more time

      Reply
    • Samrat-Surrender or continue is purely your call. Regarding values, contact LIC Branch.

      Reply
  72. I had purchased LIC policy in Bangalore. Now I am working in Delhi. Can I send original policy document along with surrender form by post to the branch.

    Reply
    • Rakesh-Yes, you can do so. But better to take the help of an agent or anyone from the branch personally to take care of it.

      Reply
  73. Dear sir

    I have taken 2 LIC policies in 2012 and have paid premium till 2017 amounting to Rs.1,31,505 for both policies have already received my first bonus amount of Rs.60,000 in the year 2016 and now i want to surrender what will be the approximately amount I would receive and what will be the process time for payment I.e.how many days we have to wait after surrender.

    Really appreciate your response sorry for long Post.

    Reply
  74. Sir I have taken ulips health plus plan in 2007.till now I have not claim anything. I think surrender the policy. Is it possible. Or Ivan get any loan on that plan. Please suggest.

    Reply
    • Gangadhar-First decide yourself which option you want to choose. Yes, you can surrender.

      Reply
  75. Hello Sir,

    I have following policies listed as under:

    Self
    Plan Name Bima Gold (Plan-174)
    17,697.00 yearly, Sum Assured 5,00,000, Commencement Date 28/03/2006, Date of Maturity 28/03/2026
    I had received 3 times 50,000 as survival benefit after every 4 years.

    Self and spouse
    Plan Name Jeevan Saathi (Double Cover Joint Life Plan) (Plan-89)
    5,726.00 yearly, Sum Assured 1,00,000, Commencement Date 10/06/2005, Date of Maturity 10/06/2025
    Vested Bonus 54,200.

    Girl 13 yrs
    Plan Name Komal Jeevan (Plan-159)
    7,528.00 yearly, Sum Assured 1,00,000, Commencement Date 10/06/2005, Date of Maturity 10/06/2031
    Premium Paying Term 18 yrs, Vested Bonus 97,500

    Plan Name Jeevan Tarang (Plan-178)
    11,567.00 yearly, Sum Assured 2,35,000, Commencement Date 28/03/2006, Date of Maturity 28/03/2105
    Premium Paying Term 20 Yrs, Vested Bonus 97,500

    My wife is house wife and I have term plan of (50+25) lacs.
    Should I keep invested in above policies or can exit?
    Is it worth surrendering now or wait till any particular period?

    Please advice.

    Thanks
    Anil K

    Reply
    • Anil-Continue if you feel the returns of around 4% to 5% are best. Otherwise, better to surrender.

      Reply
  76. Dear Sir,
    My LIC policy yearly premium is 15462 and currently Inforce. I have paid for 12 years. Premium paid as of now is : 12*15462=185544. Vested bonus shows 82800.00. Where I can find the current Fund value excluding there charges etc.,
    Its Jeevan Anand plan and no NAV applicable I hope. Nowhere I see fundvalue online. Kindly help.

    Reply
    • Suhel-Fund Values or NAV is applicable only to ULIPs. This is typical endowment plan and you can expect around 4% to 5% returns at end.

      Reply
  77. Sir I have an lic jeevan aarogya health insu ylr pr 19346 paid for 2 yrs.now I feel I don’t need this what to do pls advice.

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  78. Dear sir,

    I have an LIC Jeevan Surabhi policy (107-20) where the premium paying term is 15 years and life coverage will be for 20 years. I started paying a premium of Rs. 43,780 from 10/2007 and have paid 9 premiums excluding the first one. sum assured is Rs. 5,00,000 and bonus accrued so far is 2,10,000. How much will I get if I surrender the policy now? FYI I haven’t paid the latest premium yet.

    Please advise.

    Thanks and regards.

    Reply
  79. Jeevan Mithra(Double cover endowment Plan)(Plan 88)
    Commencement:02/2000, Sum Assured:50,000, Premium Monthly 219, Date of Maturity:02/2020

    Jeevan Saral(plan 165)
    4100 monthly, Sum Assured, 10Lakhs, commenced:07/2011, maturity 07/2036

    Money Plus(plan 180)
    25000 yearly, commencement:03/2007, maturity:03/2026, sum assured 2,50,000

    Is it worth surrendering now OR wait till any particular period? I have enough coverage for life outside of this and don’t need that component unless comes free. Checking if I can get some cash return back for living instead of a death benifit.

    Please advice

    Thanks
    Raj

    Reply
    • Raj-Retain the first one as it is about to mature. However, you can surrender the rest of the two.

      Reply
      • Thank you!!!

        Reply
  80. I have a LIC policy

    Plan – Jeevan Anand (Plan-149)
    sum assured -? 2,50,000
    Premium amount – ? 24,105.00
    Premium Mode -Yearly
    Age – 53 Yrs
    Commencement Date – 25/03/2009
    Premium Paying Term – 15 Yrs
    Policy Term – 47 Yrs
    Date of Maturity – 25/03/2056
    Vested Bonus – ? 91,250

    I want to know the Surrender Amount.
    When I withdraw(surrender) my policy now how much amount will i get?

    Reply
      • They don’t know the exact value, they after u surrender it will be system generated. But I need to before hand so that I can decide whether to withdraw or not. Please help

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  81. Hi Sir,

    This is Ramkumar,

    I was Start the Jeevan Anand Polocy on 01/03/2014, (2770/– QLY ) And after 2016 am not paid the Premium Amount, So if any chance i get the Paid amount or not , please suggest me.

    Reply
    • Ramkumar-As you not paid for 3 full years, you are not eligible for surrender.

      Reply
  82. Sir I took a policy jeevan anand in Dec 2013. I paid 4 installment of rs 10621 yearly. Now I want to surrender my policy. Can I get my total paid amount. Maturity date of policy is year 2033

    Reply
  83. Sir i took a lic plan in September 2015. I pay premium every 6 monthd.So to surrender the plan i have to make payment till September 2018 or march 2018.

    Reply
    • Priyanka-You have to complete 3 years i.e. up to September 2018.

      Reply
  84. Hi ,
    I have three LIC policy

    Jeevan Surabhi – 20 Years (Plan-107) 0 Sum Assured 1,00,000 Premium ? 9,162.00 Policy Taken 15/01/2005

    Jeevan Samridhi – 20 Years (Plan-156) Sum Assured 1,00,000 Premium ? ? 8,405.00 Policy Taken 15/01/2005

    Jeevan Chhaya (Plan-103) Sum Assured 1,50,000 Premium ? ? 8,515.00 Policy Taken 15/01/2005

    What should I do with these policies ? I feel it is too expensive to maintain.

    Reply
      • Hi,

        These plans were suggested by my friend. I was not very much aware about insurance market.
        I feel I am not getting good returns . I have enough term Plan to cover my insurance.

        Regards,
        Praveen

        Reply
        • Praveen-If you feel the insurance coverage is sufficient for your family to sustain for long in your absence and returns of around 5% to 6% is the best return, then continue. Else, better to surrender.

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  85. Is the LIC policy needs to be surrendered at home branch or any other branch we can do!

    Reply
  86. What is effect on Premium If I clise my LIC

    Reply
  87. Sir,
    I have paid some money to LIC for a 4 years.and i’m not active in paying the policy since 2009 feb 14 and i’m not interested in LIC policy.so i want my money back that i have paid to LIC.How to get that money back?
    Please Reply back.how much i will get if i surrender

    My policy details:
    Policy name:Money back policy 20 years
    Instalment premium:Rs.8478.00

    Reply
  88. Hi Basu,

    I have enrolled for 3 LIC policies ( Bad knowledge on the tax exemption at early days).

    1) Jeevan Jyothi Plan 149 — Term 70 –QLY premium payable Rs 14006 – Sum assured 10,00000 – Enrolled date-28/05/2011
    2)Jeevan Jyothi Plan 179 — Term 16 –YLY premium payable Rs 26150 – Sum assured 500000 – Enrolled date-23/01/2013
    3)Jeevan Jyothi Plan 179 — Term 20 –QLY premium payable Rs 994 – Sum assured 100000 – Enrolled date-24/05/2010

    I would like to stop these policies and invest in mutual funds. I have paid the policy premium till dated. Please advise me if i need to opt for policy paid up or surrender mode .

    Reply
      • Thanks Basu. How much money will i lose if opt for surrender ?

        Reply
        • Nikhil-Hard to say. Better you contact the LIC branch for the same.

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          • Why i asked this question is that I have taken 270000 as loan for the bonus for the premium 149 .

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  89. Hello Sir,

    1) Who has to go in person to the LIC branch? LA or LP?
    2) Whose bank account has to be provided for surrender? LA or LP?
    3) Who should sign the forms (initiate surrender)? LA or LP?

    Reply
  90. Hi Basavaraj,

    My wife before marriage had a new jeevan anand policy (with profits).

    I want you help in two things

    -Lumsump Amount at the death or maturity of policy (Assuming this is an endowment plan)
    -She has paid two premiums (36 K yearly)

    For the first problem

    The policy content says 500000 L sum assured and Simple Revisionary bonus (at the rate of 41 per thousand SA)
    So by calculation using formula PRT/100
    =500000*41*15/1000=307500

    So total amount we will get is Basic Sum Assured+Bonus= 500000+307500=807500 Rs

    Second problem will I get anything in return if I surrender policy after paying just two yearly premiums

    By this calculation i am getting only 4.9% return

    Is my calculation correct

    Reply
  91. I had a two money back policy 20 years plan purchase on year 2009. what will be the surrender value it will close 2018..
    Policy No:1-240000 yearly 12000
    Policy No:2-360000 yearly 18000

    Reply
    • Geetha-Please don’t share your personal details (like policy numbers) on such public platform. I deleted them. Now, regarding your doubt, I suggest you to approach the LIC Branch.

      Reply
  92. Hi!
    So a lic agent contacted me regarding a lic combination plan comprising of lic jeevan akshay which gives a guaranteed return of 6.75% and jeevan umang which gives 8% guaranteed return totaling aroung 15% approx yearly which we get with some mutual funds.
    So i wanted to ask you should i go ahead with this plan or invest in mutual funds only(but in mf the returns are not guaranteed)?

    Reply
    • Mohit-May I know on what basis Jeevan Umang will give 8% GUARANTEED RETURNS?? Your mathematics is wrong or agent fooling you that you are combining 6.75% and 8% to total it 15%. The agent is the clever guy here.

      Reply
      • What he was saying is if for example i take a jeevan akshay anuity plan of 25 lac it will give 6.75% annualy which is around 168750.
        And a 25 lac jeevan umang for 15 years by paying premium around 2 lac of which 168750 will be provided by jeevan akshay so i will have to 30000 yearly for 15 years.
        After 15 years i will get 8% of sum assured which is 2 lac for lifeand 6.75% from jeevan akshay 168750 totaling to around 14.75% (6.75% and 8%)
        Maturity is seperate which will be given on death or 100 years(in case of jeevan umang) and on death ( in case of jeevan akshay)

        Reply
        • Mohit-Great selling tactic. If you cant’ understand what he is selling, then go ahead. He is securing his income from your investment 🙂 Indirectly he is killing your Rs.25 lakh by saying you SATISFY with 6.75% returns 15 years. By selling Jeevan Umang, he is securing his commission for next 15 years. By the way can you share his presentation to my mail [email protected]? I want to know which GYAAN he received which prompted him to believe that Jeevan Umang will give you 8% returns.
          I know he excluded the tax of what you receive from Jeevan Akshay. Just to remind you, the pension what you receive is taxable income for you.

          Reply
          • Sure. But 8% survival benefit is given by lic only in their official jeevan umang pamphlet which acts as a tax free pension for life.

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            • Mohit-8% of Sum Assured as survival benefit is not the 8% return on your investment. Please understand the basics of how the return on investment is calculated. Otherwise, the agents like who approached you may trap you forever.

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  93. Hi Sir,
    I have money back policy 15- 20 years and I paid 10 installment now I have to discontinue how much I can get

    Reply
  94. Hello Sir,
    I have paid premiums for new jeevan anand policy for a total of 4 years till now. I want to surrender it. But the problem is I had purchased the policy from one of relatives who is a LIC agent. Can you please tell me how I can surrender the policy without my relative getting to know about this? I want to do the best I can to keep my investment and relations with the relative healthy at the same time.
    Please advise.
    Thanks,
    Akshay

    Reply
      • Thanks for the prompt reply sir. I know I should be practical in this case and worry only about my money. But just wanted to know if I directly contact the branch, how will the LIC agent not come to know about this? I think they must be getting the report of all their clients’ policies by the end of the month or so. I would appreciate if you share any information on this.

        Reply
        • Akshay-To be frank concentrate on your MONEY rather than anything else. If your friend or an agent is so concerned about you, then he might not have sold you this plan. His concentration was with his commission income.

          Reply
          • WELL SAID , Tongatti

            I am the one lost 3 lakhs rupees through misguidance of LIC AGENT, WHO WAS MY FRIEND

            Reply
            • Sam-We must always keep emotional plays, friendship or relation away from money matters and also.

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              • sure sir. So far I have paid 4L worth of premium for 4 years. In that case, I can either surrender (where I will get ~1L in hand) or go for paid up value (~4L will stay invested for another 20 yrs). If I compare investing the surrender value in some debt fund at 9% vs paid up value increasing at constant 5~6 percent, the latter sounds good. Can you please advise if my approach is correct?

                Reply
                • Akshay-You are chasing returns and products. Rather than that first try to identify your financial goals and invest accordingly.

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  95. Sir I have a jivan anand policy purchased in november 2014 . And I have paid total 1845 ( with tax)*39 EMI
    Sum assured is 400000 and maturity of policy is after 21 years ,…so sir please tell me how many amount return to me from lic of india

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  96. Dear Mr. Basavaraj,
    So, if I understand correctly by reading your above blog, in case of surrender of policies before the end of the policy term, I will not even get the full premium amount paid till that date. Instead I will only receive part of the total premium amount paid till the surrender date. My understanding was that I will at least get the full premium amount if I surrender the policy after paying premium for more than 3 yrs.

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    • Suvankar-You will get the full premium paid and some additional amount on that if your policy period is more (around 10+ years or so).

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  97. hello sir mere father ki jeevan sathi policy thi unki death ho gai he par 3 years ho gaye he par amount hame nahi mila he lic agent ne pure document leliye he par abhi tak kuch nahi kiya aap muche use nikalne ka tarika bataiye sare original document agent ne liye he aur o bal raha he ki use lic office me jaama kar diya he

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  98. hello sir mere father ne ek jeevan sathi naam ki policy li thi aur o policy ki installmant kuch time baad laps ho gai usi time durtion me mere father ki dath ho gai mene sare original document lic agent ko de diye par 3 year complete ho gaye par us agent ne kuch nahi kiya na hi document return kiye ab ham kya kare ki o amunt hame mil sake

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  99. Sir, can i surrender the policy from another state LIC office (instead of Khandwa M.P in Vijayawada A.P)

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  100. Sir,

    I have get the lic jeevan anand policy on jan 2014 can u please explain how many amount i will get when surrender

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  101. Hello sir,
    What is the surrender value of jeevan anand table 149
    Sum Assured 1000000
    Total term 25 years
    Premium 20323 hly
    Paid 6 terms
    Vested bonus 142000

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  102. Hello sir,
    I have jeevan saral 165 policy i have paid for 5 years sum assured is 5 lacks policy term is 25 years please suggest what amount i will get if i surrender my policy

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  103. Can you please suggest – Surrender or Paid Up on below policies

    * Jeevan Anand (Plan-149) – 1 Lakh Sum Assured – 15 Years (From 2004 to 2018)
    * Jeevan Samridhi (Plan-156) – 1 Lakh Sum Assured – 20 Years (From 2004 to 2024)

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    • Vijayanand-Hard to calculate for each individual. Knock your LIC Branch.

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  104. I want to slender my jeevan sarel policy after completion of 7year

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  105. Sir,
    Kindly advice and guide me on the following
    I have two combined LIC
    1. Jeevan Anand (149)
    Date of commencement – February 2012, Sum assured 200000 – 21 years?
    2. The money back policy (75)
    Date of commencement – February 2012, Sum assured 200000 – 20 years

    I have paid monthly premiums till December 2017 (5815 x 24 = 1,39,560 paid) (6 years completed)

    Which is better option – Surrender or pay-up?
    Regards,
    Neha

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  106. Sir, I have a money back policy for tenure 20 years and I have paid 6 year premium. But now I want to discontinue it so what is the best way I should do.

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    • Muktar-If you are unable to proceed, then better to surrender.

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  107. Hi!
    I have the new jeevan anand policy.
    Sum Assured 7,00,000
    Annual premium 31044 with accident rider benefit.
    Policy started on June 2017.
    Should I surrender or continue with the policy?

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    • Mohit-If you are happy with 5% or 6% return, then continue. Otherwise, better to stop.

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  108. I have Jeevan Saral Policy (With Profits).
    I Have been paying for this policy for last 5 yrs.

    My sum assured is Rs 727,700
    Accidental benefit is rs 500,000
    Term rider is Rs 500,000
    and monthly premium is rs 2042.

    Policy maturity date is 2037.

    Now I want to surrender this policy, Which option of surrender will be best for me. Will you please tell me how much I am going to get?

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  109. Hi,
    I started investing in New jeeva Anand policy in 2014.I want to discontinue,can you please suggest me if I have to go for surrender or paid up.
    Thanks,
    Sheetal

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    • Sheetal-If you are happy with 5% or 6% return for 30 years of investment, then continue. Otherwise, better to stop.

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  110. Sir , I HV a policy Jeevan Anand wid a premium of 80000 annually for 30 years , hv paid for 3 years now my last premium s due and policy s lapsed . What should I do continue or surrender . Thanku so much

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    • Sandeep-If you are happy with 5% or 6% return for 30 years of investment, then continue. Otherwise, better to stop.

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  111. Hi sirji, I need ur advice & guidance regarding the following policy :
    Jeevan Tarang policy
    Sum assured :3500000
    DOC: 15/10/2013
    Paying term: 20
    Should I go for surrender or paid up, please suggest
    Regards Rohit

    Reply
    • Rohit-Better to surrender as you are in the initial years of the policy period.

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  112. Sir,

    Kindly advice and guide me on the following

    I have 2 Jeevan Anand Policies

    1. Date of commencement – June 2007, Sum assured 300000 – 21 years
    2. Date of commencement – April 2008, Sum assured 100000 – 21 years
    Sum assured – 30000, 21 years premium

    Which is better option – Surrender or pay-up?

    Regards,
    Madhu

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  113. Hi Tonagatti,

    Kindly advice and guide me on the following

    Jeevan Anand Policy

    Date of commencement – Jan 2013
    Sum assured – 30000, 21 years premium

    Which is better option – Surrender or pay-up?

    Regards,
    RadKriz

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  114. Dear Sir,
    i have taken JEEVAN chaya POLICY.Almost 6 years completed.My annual premium is Rs.40000. I have taken one term insurance policy from ICICI BANK. kindly suggest me whether i should continue with LIC policy or i can surrender this and with the same amount i can invest some other area.

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  115. I’ve took a money back policy for 25 years, policy was taken in Sep 2014 & i have paid monthly premiums till may 2017 (2500 x 32 = 80,000 paid) and now i want to surrender it. i’ve visited the LIC branch for the same and they said that you need to pay 4 more premium (2500 x 4 = 10,000) to complete the 3 years tenure and post that you can surrender it. Now my question is ‘How much money i will get after all the deductions?’

    Thanks in advanced!

    Yogesh

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  116. Hi Basavaraj that’s a great article and information as well.

    Currently I have a Jeevan Saral policy with yearly premium of 36,030 which I started in January, 2013. Till now I paid 5 yearly premiums which amounts to 1,80,150. Currently I have a due date to pay the 6th year premium and I’m really in a utter confusion whether to continue or not. I’m thinking of surrendering the policy but not sure whether this is a wise decision or not.

    Please help and guide me here

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    • Ravi-As me better to surrender (even though you get less of what you paid).

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  117. Hi Tonagatti,

    I would like to get some advice and guidance from you on following

    Jeevan Anand Policy

    Date of commencement – 2014
    Sum assured – 100000, 21 years premium

    Which is the better option – Surrender or paid up?

    Regards,
    Mangesh Mandhare

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      • Thanks for the Reply. I Highly appreciate your expert advice.

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  118. My lic premium is on half yearly mode worth rs. 8150 per six month. Since last 4 years i have deposited 65200. Now i want to discontinue my insurance.. What possible maximum amount that i can receive?

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  119. Hi Tonagatti,

    I would like to get some advise and guidance from you on following

    Jeevan Anand Policy

    Date of commencement – 2003
    Sum assured – 100000, 21 years premium

    Which is the better option – Surrender or paid up?

    Regards,
    Gautam

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  120. Hi Tonagatti,

    I would like to get some advise and guidance from you on following

    I am going to take Term Insurance for me , for the purpose of retirement and pension

    As I am now 50 years old, can you suggest what are the main and important things need to look on term insurance when I am
    going to purchase

    Do you advise me to go for Private Insurance or Govt Insurance in case of benefits , service, and other terms and condition

    Thanking you in advance

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    • Sam-Buy a plain product which offers death sum assured (no riders required). Term should be up to your retirement. Look for the existing players and comfort your premium affordability.

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  121. Dear sir I have lic policy. I have been paid last seven years @ 12000/- p.a. if I surrender policy. How much I will get amount. Please tell me sor

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    • Manikanta-It is hard for me to calculate and tell to each and every person. I suggest you to visit the nearest LIC branch and get the surrender values within a minute.

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  122. Hello Sir,
    Sorry for long information –
    I have 4 Jeevan Anand Policy of 1 Lakh each, the commencement date is 18th Jan 2011, now I don’t want to continue with at-least two of them but rather surrendering it I just want to stop them as it is.
    My Premium term is showing 21year and date of maturity is written as 18 Jan 2074, please advice when I will get the maturity amount? if it is in 2074 then I will stop paying all the policy.
    Last now I want to go for only one term plan single premium (advice any good company), a floater mediclaim of 5 lac (as of now I have 3 lac and a company provide too) and rest money If I could save will go in Mutual funds. Advice if this sounds ok to you… my age is 43 with no serious medical history.
    Thanks – Ashish

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    • Ashish-In my view, your date of maturity is 21 years but not 2074. Hence, you will receive the maturity at the end of 21st year. However, the life risk will continue as usual. Surrender is best if the maturity is too long. Paid Up (just stop the premium payment) is best when you are nearer to maturity years.
      Regarding term, health insurance, and mutual fund investments, I can’t suggest anything blindly.

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  123. Hi sir i paid more than three years my policy if i surrender how mch i ll get
    Like how mch percant i ll get back
    Lic policy

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  124. Hi Sir,
    I have just paid premium for 2 months. I decided not to pay premiums further. what is impact if i not pay premium and not surender?

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  125. Hi Sir,

    Policy: Jeevan Anand Policy.
    Duration : 21 Years
    Paid : 3 Years
    Premium per year : 20,000.00

    Now i want to surrender the policy so please guide me procedures to surrender the policy.

    Documents:
    Return Amt:
    Days to credit:

    Please assist me.

    Thanks in advance,
    Shreekant

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    • Shreekant-I already explained the procedure. Regarding the amount, visit the branch. It hardly takes a week time to credit the money.

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  126. Hello sir ,I had done 3 policies in.2017 apri month ,I want to cancels the two polices ,is it possible to cancel this Lic policies sir ?

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    • Mahadeva-You can cancel it. But you will not get any money back.

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  127. Can we surrender a policy which is already in Paid up mode?

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  128. Hi Raj,

    I am really appreciating on your helping mentality and replied to everyone on their doubts and enquiry.

    Most of the times the common people does not known the benefits of LIC POLICY, and all the times LIC Agent has informed
    to the people wrong information on their policy, because the agent want to sell anything from LIC because of their commission .

    The end loser are common and innocent peoples.

    As you have answered to most of the peoples here, majority of LIC POLICY are not suitable for their investment purpose, it is
    mainly useful only on their death or loss of life.

    Sadly common people understood wrongly LIC policy gives more benefits than the Bank, BUT IT IS FALSE AND LIES FROM THE AGENT OF LIC.

    So the final suggestion is that LIC POLICY only for death or loss of life and never expect high return.

    Most of the peoples here are facing the issue on their lose of total amount which has been paid by the premium, when they are
    closing after 3 years, they are felt painful because they are lost 80% of their hard earned money by return.

    Better , DO NOT PREFER LIC POLICY anymore and make investment in the bank , which are better and no more great lose like LIC.

    Have a good day

    Thanking you once again Raj.

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    • Sam-I completely agree with your views. As long as WE (the investor or buyer) not understand or not educate about personal finance, there will be people in the disguise to cheat us. Hence, the biggest learning is that we must educate ourselves first. This makes us of capable of taking financial decisions in an informed and conscious mode.

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  129. How many return amount get after 3 year completed. Can I get all amount which I pay

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  130. my lic policy is 3 months old can i surrender my policy?

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      • Surely i want to get rid of this.. how to to it.

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  131. Hi sir,
    I have surrender my policy but still there is no update I hve received, so kindly suggest,
    Home branch Delhi KG Marg 11J, even though I am trying to connect but no piking the call is thr any alternative no for contacting….

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    • Hanamesh-Contact LIC customer care or visit the branch personally.

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  132. My friend Basu,

    I am 50 year old now, like to invest some money to some good return policy, which need to help me while I am going to retire from my job. At least I am looking for Rs 15000 every month for my personal expenses. Kindly inform which policy is having good return and also inform me how much I need to invest. Apart from policy, anything is there to give good return for long years, kindly update to me. My personal email is [email protected]

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  133. I have Jeevan Saral Policy.
    Total instalment premium 12010
    Have been paying to this policy since 5 yrs now.(date of commencement :14/09/2013)
    Now I want to Surrender this policy.
    If i surrender now ,how much will i get back ?

    Reply
    • Prabir-Just a warning, never share your personal data (policy number) on such public platforms. Regarding your doubt, better to contact the nearest or home branch of LIC.

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  134. Dear Sir,
    Thank you for your valuable information. I have taken New Bima Gold LIC policy 10% Cash Back after every 4 years with Sum Assured of 9.95 lac in 2009 for 20 years . Now I decided to surrender it. Is it right time to do so.

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      • I am planning SIP instead of to continue the same term plan.

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  135. I have taken Jeevan labh lic policy yearly 64000. I have paid 2 premiums.. I would like to surrender after 3yrs .. do I get my money return which I paid or they will deduct any amount pls suggest

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    • Praveen-You will get some money BUT lesser than what you paid.

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  136. Hi Basavraj. Read ur posts, great advice. Am in a predicament. Decided 2 withdraw Jeevan Saral after 5 yrs. 10,200 p.m Prem- 6.12 lac till Date. Getting 4.66 after closure- loss of 1.5 lac. Agent says stay put for 5 more yrs- u will get all Prems paid plus bonus. So around 14-15 lac after 10 yrs. What do u advise? Put 10,200 n an MF / PPF. I already have a Term Plan of 3 cr. Need 2 revert by Mon i.e. 20th Nov. plz guide. Thx.

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    • Hitesh-To get of what you paid after 10 years, you have to pay another 5 years. Who will bear the returns on these investments? I ideally prefer closure. Rest is left with you.

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  137. I have 3 live policies and 2 inactive policies if I like to surrender them what to do. I am now 60+ years old

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  138. mr.basu, regarding sijahs comment on Nov 01- i think some idiots want YOU to give them YOUR personal money as LIC will not give them full money!

    Appreciating your blogs!!!! Thanks for your time.

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    • Ranjith-It is common and I understand their frustration 🙂

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  139. I had taken this policy and after a year I could not pay the amount annually so I asked my agent if I could do it quarterly an d at first he said no…whrn i told him than I can not pay he said ok I’ll find out …after that he told us you can pay half yearly so some how we managed and paid but it was becoming difficult and I requested him to make it quarterly to which he said it can not be done so I stopped the policy. Now he tells me since I didn’t pay the premium for three years I have to forfit the amount I have paid. Is it true? Can I get back my money?

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    • Angela-If you not paid for at least 3 years, then you will not get anything from LIC.

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      • Not even my own money/principle that I have deposited

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  140. Dear Tonagatti,

    First of all I thank you for your time and help on various issue asked by the people around the country

    I am 50 years old now, like to save my life after the retirement, also I would NOT like to ask help from anyone in this world when I am 65 years old

    I have one lakh hard cash now ( 1,00,000 ) and seeking your time and help , to where I need to invest for the period of 10 to 15 years , and it must give me Rs 25,000 rupees every month for my food and accommodation .

    You may reached me through my personal email [email protected] or my whatsapp no 0091 99444 90175, if you need

    Hope you will consider my kind request and strongly believe that you will send me reply

    Thanking you in advance

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    • Sam-It is hard to generate such high cash flow after around 15 years of investment with mere Rs.1 lakh as lump sum.

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  141. Hi Basavaraj I would like to know about my lic policy. I have one policy was opened 10.09.2013.(2 lakhs) premiem rs. 5895 (quarterly). Now the policy are completed 4 years and i want to close it. How much i can get the amount. Meanwhile last two years i was not in position to pay premium. Last week i am settled the two years premium with penalty of amount. Rs. 59000/-. And i submitted the surrender form. Today i have recd a cheque from lic bearing of amount 15000/- only. What about my premium paid by me of rs.100000 please guide

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    • Giri-Check with LIC officials regarding the calculation part.

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    • Sir
      Kya Policy surrender Karen me Kya LIC centre apne me hoga Kya India me kisi area me hoga

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      • Niranjan-You have to surrender the policy only in home branch.

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  142. DEAR SIR,
    MY LIC 3 YEARS, I WANTS TO HAVE SURRENDER MY LIC AFTER 3 YEARS PLZ TELL ME ABOUT THIS.

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    • Mahendra-I explained all in above post. Please refer the same.

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  143. Dear sir,
    One of relative took HDFC classic assure plus policy through a fraud system ( Person asked him to buy insurance and offered him some loan, but he didn’t give loan and even he took hard cash also for giving him loan).
    Now my relative is not capable to pay the second year premium and the person has run away with his money also.
    Is there a way out with out submitting premium?

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  144. Hello Basavaraj,

    Thanks for the information shared. I have taken Jeevn Tarang policy in OCT 2013. I pay Rs.29,841 premium twice a year. The policy is for 20 Years and will mature in 2033. Sum assured is of Rs.12,00,000. After reading your blogs and some research I feel I am cheated and this was a foolish decision I took to buy this LIC policy.
    Since, OCT 2013 till March 2017 I have paid all the premiums.
    Please let me know how much money I will get if I surrender my money and if I choose second option and stop payment of premiums then how much money I will get after the maturity.
    and Which option you suggest I should opt?

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    • Vikas-It is better to surrender than converting into paid up (in your case). Regarding values, you have to contact the branch.

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    • Yes, I am also planning to surrender. I pay premium of 12,000/13000 yearly from october -2007 as I have two policy and it will be lapsed in 2028/2032;. I felt bad I invested like this. But it’s business you bleed from somewhere and you make money from some-where else. So I want to weed out this junk policy and will make afresh start . I am 31 year old now and I dont want to keep inevsting in a bad product.

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        • But my agent had eaten my money he dint gave us any paid document till 1year

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  145. I had purchased LIC Jeevan Saral with a monthly premium of Rs.2042/- and sum assured is Rs. 500000/- in October 2011 for 31 years (Paying Regular Premium from last 6 years) but now i want to surrender this policy and invest the same amount per month in Mutual Fund for next 25 years for the purpose of retirement.

    How much approx amount can i get if i surrender this policy and is this a better idea to invest the future amount in MF.

    Please suggest.

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    • Kaushal-Better you check with LIC branch for surrender value. Regarding which is better, it depends on many things. I can’t say blindly anything.

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      • If u dont know anyrhing then why are u sitting here to reply

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        • Shijas-I don’t know BECAUSE you have given me HALF DATA. I don’t know BECAUSE I can’t handhold YOU (and all Individuals). I don’t know BECAUSE IT IS NOT MY MONEY BUT YOUR”S. If you are so lazy, then I am double lazy. I know that how to SURRENDER LIC POLICY. Hence, I wrote. But sadly you need handholding. I can’t do that for each individual. Your MONEY and YOU HAVE TO TAKE CARE 😛

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          • Hello Mr Basavaraj,
            Good day…!!!

            Your doing very great job bro, why you are giving such a explanation, infact need to say thanks, instead of blaming, give support,

            Doing service free of cost,

            Crazy Guys….

            BR,
            Harsha VArdhan

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            • Harsha-Thanks for supporting my views. But sadly few people need a readymade solution or spoon feed in all the problems they face (irrespective of whether it is possible with opposite party or not). We can’t change them.

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              • Some people feel very helpless. Some people feel God comes in human form to save them from their own mistakes after they have committed them.

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  146. Hi,

    I am a New Jeevan Anand policy holder (Plan no. 815). I have puchased this on 5th june 2014 and i have paid premium till 5th September 2016(quaterly payment). Hence could you please suggest me how can i surrender my policy and how much amount i can get from this plan.

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    • Priya-Yes, you can surrender the policy (refer above post for the process). Regarding the amount, better you be in touch with LIC Branch.

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  147. Sir can u tell me y its not good ….i mean can u explain me …..

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    • Roshni-If you feel the return on investment of 5% to 6% is GOOD for you, then continue. Else better to surrender.

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  148. I want close my policy …3 yrs r completed …till now i paid 30000 rs …but the branch people r saying i will get only 8050 rs …if i surrender the policy….i want to dis continue my policy.. .but the problem is that i m not getting a full amount whichi was paying last 3 yrs….can u plz tell me …what to do about this policy now….i m paying 667 rs …for month…..i m rid of it now…i want my full amount which i paid

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    • Roshni-This is the drawback of such products. You will not get the full amount. But if you continue also, it’s not a good return generating product. Hence, I suggest you to surrender (I know it is painful).

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    • Roshni,
      One thing every one must understand, (Correct me Basavraj if I am wrong), is that in India, the common notion of considering an Insurance product as an investment instrument is TOTALLY wrong and unfounded.
      An insurance is like asking someone to cover an unforeseen loss. Like say a car crash or fire. The company charges a premium for that, not to pay you the money back under normal circumstances. And even if, god forbid, the car crashes or the fire rages, the company will not spare any effort to make sure it was not deliberately caused. Only after that they will pay for only the ACTUAL loss suffered, which can be lower than the amount covered.

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      • Subha-Exactly and I completely agree. That is the reason I pitch for Term Life Insurance. But sadly the biggie LIC itself so busy in selling such products.

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        • I guess the reason is partly due to LIC’s commitment to the nation’s employment problem. I do not grudge them that. Too many people depend on the national behemoth. Her presence also keeps a check on the unscrupulous Pvt. thugs. I may have a streak of the socialist in me.

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  149. Hi Basu, I have taken 5 insurance policies for my family while I was in foreign country. I have paid the premium for 2 years only. Unfortunately my employment contract has been cancelled and I returned back to India, so I could not continued to pay my premium due to unemployment. I went to my branch and asked them to return paid amount and it was Rs 1,70,000 . The branch manager told me that they will not pay any single rupee because I am not completed the premium minimum period of 3 years. I have shocked and worried. Can you suggest and advise me how to get my hard earned money from the LIC through other procedure ( requesting finance minister to refund my money )

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    • Abdul-Sadly they are RIGHT. This is the rule. You purchased it without knowing. Hence, you have to pay the price for that. NONE can help you.

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  150. Dear Team, Recently I have read some messages on social media regarding LIC is not returning amount to there policy holder , if this is fake news then why your team is not answering this type of messages on social media, please revert.

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    • Vikas-Returning money in case of maturity or death claim? Please confirm that at first, then we discuss. Also, fetch the information about the reasons quoted by LIC for such NON RETURN of money. Otherwise, provide the source of such social media message to investigate more. For your information, 99% of social media messages are non-authentic.

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  151. Hi Basavaraj Tonagatti,

    Hope you doing wel i can see most of your reply.

    I would like to know about my LIC policy. I have 2 policies

    First Policy was opened on 2003 ( 50 K )
    Second Policy was opened 2006 (1 Lakh)

    Now both Policies are completed more than 10 Years now i want to close it. How much i can get the amount and how can i close it.

    Please reply me with proper guidance.

    Thanks

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    • Newstar-Hard to say and hence suggest you to contact the servicing branch for the same.

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    • Dear friend,
      you will get whatever the premium you have paid only (you will not get any bonuses, interest etc…)

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  152. Hi,

    Requesting you to please clear that for surrendering the policy, do I need to go in person or one of my parents can go there, as I am a NRI now and won’t be able to go in very near future.

    Is there a separate form for that purpose.

    Thanks
    Abbas

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    • Abbas-You can send your parents with all documents signed. Yes, surrender form should be filled and bond, bank and KYC documents should be sent along with that form (as a safety measure).

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  153. i have purchase new jeevan anand policy ( date 24/09/2014) sum assumed 300000/- monthly premium 1382/- policy term 21 years. after 3 year i will surrender the policy (24/09/2017) how much amount i will get

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  154. Dear Mr. Tonagatti,

    I have been a Jeevan Anand (Policy 149) policy holder since Oct 2013 (3 and half years). I have always paid premiums on time and till now I have paid 8 premium installments total ?1,22,296 (15,287*8) as following:
    2013: 15287
    2014: 15287*2
    2015: 15287*2
    2016: 15287*2
    2017: 15287

    I want to discontinue this policy. I am unable to understand surrender value calculation described by you. Will I get only 30% of my investment which would be huge huge loss for me.

    Can you tell me how much will I get if I have invested Rs 1,22,296 so far in last 4 years. Please Please help me.

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    • Syed-That surrender is the minimum of what you get. Maximum depends on surrender valuation calculation also. Hence, better you be in touch with LIC branch.

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  155. Respected Sir
    I have purchased Lic Jeevan Anand policy in 8/2013 for Sum assured 10 lac having yearly premium of 48550.
    If I surrender my policy now,
    1. Surrender value will be taxable?
    2. 80c deduction claimed will be reversed?
    Paid 4 premiums till last year.
    Thanks

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  156. Respected sir,
    I have purchased the Keegan anand policy in 2014. I had been paid three years premiums. Now I want to discontinue the premium. I want to make this policy as paid up value. For this would I submit any document or only to stop premium.

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  157. i paid 18000 yearly for 5 years so what amount i get after policy surrender

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    • Jitesh-It is hard for me to say. Better you contact the LIC branch and get this data.

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  158. Is it mandatory to submit the surrender from in the home branch or can i submit it any other branch.

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  159. Basu Sir,

    I have Jeevan Anand policy since 2007 and I am playing 11500 half yearly. My policy says premium paying term is 15 years which is till 2022 but policy term is 75 years which means maturity in 2085. This is making me mad. Does that mean that I need to wait till 2085 to get the amount? What happens if I want my money in 2023? Will it be considered as surrendering the policy?

    Regards,
    Ankur

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    • Ankur-In my view the maturity is after 15 years (from 2007). But your life risk in this plan will continue till your death (even after premium ceases and you receive the maturity amount). If you are confused with features, then contact the LIC Branch of your agent.

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  160. Im seriously thinking to surrender my lic premium. It’s been 8 years and I’m paying 30K annually .
    It’s supposed to be till 2024. Now I realise it’s a long way and wanted to quit .
    Does it really make sense to cancel the policy ?

    Reply
      • discontinue means what..Surrender or Paid up?? Which one should be best option??

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    • Surrendered it… LIC policies are of no use.. It neither give you proper insurance not investment… Hardly you will get 4-5 % of return.. I also done mistake by taking 3 policies.. I surrendered 2 of them… Take a pure term plan of 8-10 times of your annual income and invest in Mutual funds/PPF/RD/FD/NPS/NSC etc… It these products money atleast in front of your eyes… LIC policies are totally irrevelant in today’s time when term plan is concept is there…

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  161. Hi,

    I have a question regarding lic policy. We took 4 policies Jeevan Anand,Jeevan saral and komal jeevan policies in 2009 and paid those premiums until 2016. But before we took these policies we became permanent residents of canada and soon we will be citizens. I heard that lic doesnt sell policies to permanent residents like that?. How do we go about? Should we surrender policies or should we wait until maturity?. If we wait what are the documents required for processing it?.

    Saral 48040 per year
    komal jeevan 28726 per year
    jevan anand 86653 per year

    Reply
      • NON-RESIDENT INDIAN:A non-resident Indian is a citizen of India temporarily residing in the country of his/her present residence and holding a valid passport issued by the Government of India.NRI should not be a green card holder.

        Canadas permanent resident is equivalent to US green card

        He/She should not have applied for or planning to apply in the near future for acquiring citizenship of his /her present country of residence or any other country.

        In this we are already planning to apply in future citizenship after n no of years. Did we make mistake in taking these policies

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        • Ram-Mistake or not I can’t tell. Because what prompted you to buy such dummy products, I don’t know. Because I am not aware your financial life. Hence, hard to comment whether this is RIGHT or WRONG.

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          • Its not about financial life. If I continue to pay premiums would i be receiving maturity amount or not. If theres no way i can get it or it involves big tedious process then I may withdraw now itself. Since I stay out of India before sending some one to surrender policy I like to get recommendations.

            Reply
            • Ram-You will receive maturity amount without hurdle (If you updated your bank details with LIC). Problem what I am pointing is different. Is it worth to continue?? Think and decide.

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  162. Hello Sir,

    Do I need to go in person to surrender the policy to the home branch office?

    I can send all duly filled forms and required documents with someone else with authorization letter to the home branch office (which is not in my current city). Is it possible?

    Reply
  163. Can I surrender my Policy in any other branches, as I am staying far away

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  164. Hello Sir,

    I had taken a Jeevan Saral Insurance approximately 5 years ago, and have been paying the premiums ever since, I read in a few sites that once 5 or more years’ premiums have been paid then 100% of the Maturity Sum is Assured. My question is:
    1. Do we receive the whole amount paid?
    2. If not how if the Surrender Value calculated?
    3. How long does it take to complete the surrender of Insurance?
    4. Lastly, does it really matter if the insurance was for say 20 years, but surrendering it after 5 years?

    Thanks in Advance,
    Alistair

    Reply
    • Alistair-Yes, but not MSA of the actual mentioned in bond (based on the term of policy), BUT MSA of 5 years ONLY.

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  165. Hi Sir,

    I have surrendered Jeevan saral (table no 165) after paying premium for 6 years. Do i need to submit form 15G if the surrender value is more than 2.5 lakh. Thanks in advance.

    Reply
      • Hi Sir,
        Thanks for the reply.
        But do i need to submit form 15g. My agent is asking for this form and i am not sure whether this is really required as the surrender value is tax free or my agent is simply trying to delay the process.

        Reply
        • Debayan-TDS will be applicable if-
          The policies where the sum assured is less than 5 times of the premium paid for policies issued on or before 31st March 2012 or where the sum assured is less than 10 times of the premium paid for policies issued on or after 1st April 2012. All policy related payouts such as Partial Withdrawal, Surrender, Maturity, etc, if the payout is above Rs.100,000 within the same financial year.

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          • thank you Sir.

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  166. Sir,

    I have two policies New Money back and Jeevan Saral. For Jeevan Saral as of now I paid around 1,32,000 of 5 years. For New Money back I paid around 1,20,000. I am planning to surrender the two policies now. Please clarify me about the few things:
    1. surrender value.
    2. Tax benefit
    3. Is it good to continue?

    Thanks,
    Sasi

    Reply
    • Sasi-1) Check with the branch. 2) Tax-Free. 3) Continue if you feel 5% to 6% is good. Else think of surrendering.

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  167. Dear Sir,

    Need your suggestion.Regarding LIC.

    My dad is raising policy in year 2004. he is paid only 2 years premium. SA Amount 1 lack.maturity date 2024. yearly premium is 6771.

    Have discuss with lic person he said u do the revival policy and paid toal amount 131000.

    please suggest me can we have meet advantage when i have paid money.

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  168. Hello,

    I’ve a Jeevan Anand Policy for which i pay Rs 58962/- pa. Till date I have paid 3 premiums. If I cancel it today, what will be the value I will be getting now.
    Is it advisable to go ahead with this or not?

    Reply
    • Siddharth-Visit the branch for the exact values. If you feel around 5% to 6% is a GREAT return for long term investment, then continue. Else, better to think seriously now itself.

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  169. Hello Sir,

    I have Jeevan Anand policy with paying yearly 42K and till now i have paid 9 times. I would plan to take loan for this policy so how much i will get OR if i surrender the policy how much i will get.
    If i take loan how to pay the amount.

    SA is 600000

    Kindly suggest me.

    Thank you for your help.
    Srinivas

    Reply
    • Srinivas-Regarding loan and surrender values, you have to contact the LIC branch. Regarding loan repayment, you have to pay only the interest part. Principal you can retain it up to maturity. While paying maturity or death claim, LIC will deduct the outstanding dues and will repay to you or nominee as the case may be.

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  170. Hello Sir,

    I have a 7 year old LIC policy in my before-marriage-name (with fathers’s name as my middle name and father’s surname as my surname).

    Meanwhile, I got married and later I have got my name changed, as per after marriage (with husband’s name as my new middle name and husband’s surname as my new surname) through LIC online service portal.

    Now, I want to surrender the above mentioned policy. Do I need to submit any extra documentation, as my bank account (where I want the surrender value fund to be transferred) bears my after-marriage name, and which may conflict with the name on policy document?

    Please suggest.

    -Sheetal

    Reply
    • Sheetal-In my view it is better to first update name and then go for surrender. It hardly takes few days to update.

      Reply
      • I have already updated my name in LIC’s record. It’s just that I have my old name on policy document, which may lead to confusion and procrastination from LIC office’s perspective.

        Should I submit the copy of my marriage certificate as well?

        Reply
        • Sheetal-If you already updated your name with LIC, then you no need to worry and go ahead for surrender. But in my view, while updating the name, they might have changed it in bond and endorsed the same. Whether that was done?

          Reply
          • No, they have not endorsed the updated bond. I believe they have only changed it on the LIC portal.

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  171. Hello Sir

    I have Jeevan Saral policy of 2000 P/M holding from last 7 years
    now i am thinking to withdraw it for my marriage purpose
    will I get benefited if i withdraw it now or should i wait till 10th year

    Thanks & Best Regards
    Ajit Moolya

    Reply
    • Ajit-You can surrender now. For exact values, contact the nearest branch.

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  172. Hello Sir,

    Thank you so much for putting together he information, which one rarely gets at the Govt. controlled offices.

    I have a 5 year old LIC policy, which I would like to surrender. However, my original policy document is misplaced. I have the olicy number, branch details through LIC’s online portal.

    How should I go about this policy’s surrender process?

    -Chetan

    Reply
    • Chetan-First you have to apply for a duplicate bond. Once it is issued, then go for surrender.

      Reply
      • Ok. Thank you!

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  173. I am having 3500 units of lic growth plus which will mature in august 2019. Would you advice me if i shouls surrender them now and of yes which mf would be the best to.invest it n

    Reply
    • Chandan-If you are satisfied with the returns and goal about to approach, then you can redeem. It is hard for me to guide where to invest without knowing much about your financial life.

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  174. Dear Sir, this is very well compiled article. Thanks a lot.

    Sir, I have a question. As you rightly said (Many of us buy LIC policies without knowing features and benefits.), LIC Agent gave a bunch of policies with a TOTAL annual premium of Rs 63,000. There are 16 policies with the policy numbers in the serial order (364237919 TO 364237934) Now I want to surrender my policies.

    So, my questions are:
    1) How many Form No.5074, I should fill?
    (1 Form is enough, by mentioning the policy numbers range AS 364237919 TO 364237934 ? OR Is it necessary to fill 16 Forms – for each policy number?

    2) How many NEFT Forms I should fill? 1 Form? Or 16 forms – for each policy number?

    Thanks in advance, for your valuable suggestions.

    Reply
    • PRS-1) As many as policies you are holding. Better you give individual forms for individual policies.
      2) As many as policies, you are holding. Because each policy is treated separately and each policy has to update your Bank details.

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  175. sir i have buy jeevan tarang policy on 12/1`2/12 of rs 18651 half yearly .i have paid premimium till now but i want to surrender it now ,…….is it possible and what i will get

    Reply
    • Tripti-Yes, you can surrender. Regarding the values, better you visit the LIC branch.

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  176. Hi Basavaraj Tonagatti,

    Can you please confirm that surrendering policy should be done only at servicing branch?
    Is there any way to surrender at the nearest branch from my current residency?

    Thanks!!

    Reply
    • Kiran-Yes to surrender the LIC policy, you must visit the home branch or the branch where your policy docket present. You can’t surrender the policy in any other branches.

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      • ok. Thank you!!

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      • Don’t invest in this stupid policy. better invest in Mutual Funds.. this policy ruined my money… i hate insurance. its benefit in case of death only…….

        Reply
        • Kiran-But I NEVER HATE INSURANCE. However, I hate insurance product which combines both INSURANCE+INVESTMENT.

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  177. Hi Basu,

    I have jeevan anand 149 policy with below details
    Sum Assured: 500000
    Term: 21 Years
    Premium: 25304 Per year(Half Yearly 12652)
    Policy Start date: Oct 2010
    Total Paid term: 7 years (14 Hly payments)
    Vested Bonus : 149000

    What will be my surrender value as I am thinking to surrender my policy now.

    Thank you,
    Swathi

    Reply
    • Swathi-You have to visit the home branch of nearest branch for the same.

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    • Hello Swathi,, What was the outcome i’m under similar policy and also want to surrender the policy could you help share more details on the same

      thanks
      Lakshmikanth

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  178. I have taken up a policy..after paying 2 premiums at quarterly intervals i am having some financial problems..will i get any value after 3 years??

    Reply
    • Tonmoyee-NO. Because you have to pay the premium of 3 years then only you are eligible for surrender.

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  179. I have purchased Jeevan Tarang from Guwahati branch can I surrender it from Noida or I need to go Guwahati branch?

    Reply
    • Munesh-To surrender, you have to visit your home branch where the policy docket present. Hence, you must visit Guwahati.

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  180. Hi Sir,

    This is Amit here, i purchased 4 policy:
    Policy detail are:

    Sum Assured Plan no Policy name Policy term Qtrly paid prm amt
    100,000 103 Jeevan chhaya 21 1,307
    100,000 179 New Bima Gold 20 957
    100,000 93 Money Back Plan 25 1,349
    100,000 168 Jeevan Anurag 24 1,164

    This policy are Money back policy.
    Policy taken in year 2013- Mar, I’ve already paid =(4777*17= Rs 81,209) and also got Rs 10,000 amount from LIC as a money back 1st survival bonus.

    I want to know if i surrender these policy then i’ll be in profit or loss or how much i’ll get after surrender.
    Is Surrender will be good or Paid up.

    Could you please advise.
    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Amit

    Reply
    • Amit-You will not be in PROFIT. But to know the exact values, better to contact the home branch.

      Reply
      • Hi Sir,

        Thanks for your prompt reply.
        Could you please advise if i surrender now how much i’ll get.
        or
        If i surrender after completion of 5 year then how much i’ll get.

        Thanks in advance.

        Regards,
        Amit

        Reply
        • Please advise for approximate amount.

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        • Amit-This is what I am saying. You get these figures when you visit the branch.

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  181. Hello Sir

    I have 11 Jeevan Anand policies which I took on dec-2011 and paying a premium of Rs.10801 per quarter till now (total premium of all policies is 10801 per quarter). if i surrender the policies now, how much will I get

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  182. I have a New Bima Gold Lic Policy term for 20years and sum assured amount is Rs 500000. I will be receiving my first money back on 28th June 2017 by completing 4 years.Due to high premiums(Rs9760-half yr) and low returns i wanted to stop it now or want to make it paid up.In place i am planning to take a new term loan from Axis for 22lacs for Rs 7600 per month.
    Please share your valuable thoughts.

    Reply
    • Ajay-Better to surrender than paid up. Do you think Rs.22 lakh term insurance sufficient for you? The ideal cover should be around 15-20 times of your yearly income.

      Reply
      • Sorry there was typo error:Rs 7600 per *Year.

        Thanks Basavaraj for taking out time to reply back my query.

        In addition I will reconsider to take up the new term insurance of 15-20 time of my annual income.

        Thanks once again.
        Ajay

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        • Hi sir,
          I have received the amount of Rs 50,000 and am deciding to re-invest it through
          1. Rs 10,000 as term insurance for Rs60 lakhs
          2. Rs20,000 as Debt funds
          3. Rs20,000 as balance funds(Rs 10,000 in HDFC Balanced fund and Rs 10,000 in SBI Magnum Balanced Fund)
          Please suggest if i have taken wrong decision.

          Reply
            • Let the time horizon for balanced fund be 2 yrs
              and debt fund be 3 yrs or more than that.

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              • One thing more as since I paid my LIC (hlf yr ) premium in the month of June 2017 so I think the insurance part is not needed till the month of Dec 2017, is it?. Kindly share your thoughts.

                Reply
                • Else please suggest how to re-invest.I already have a portfolio in 5 MFs such as L&T Emerging Businesses Fund Growth,ICICI Prudential Value Discovery Fund-Growth,Reliance mid & small Cap Fund,Franklin andAxis Focused 25 Fund ,for this SIP of Rs 1000 is being deducted for each month.

                  Reply
              • Ajay-Never enter into equity if your time horizon is less than 5 years.

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                • Hi Sir,
                  I invested Rs45000 in BSL Cash Manager.Please share your thoughts if i did invest my money in correct Debt fund or should i swipe into another fund
                  Thanks
                  Ajay

                  Reply
                  • Ajay-Without knowing your financials, it is hard for me to guide anything.

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      • Hi Sir,

        I have started a Bharati AXA Child Advantage plan in the month of January 2107 .Sum assured (After 15 yrs) is 3.7 Lakhs and After giving 3 months premium(about Rs5192 per month and policy term is 10 yrs) I have been stopped making any payments towards it since last 3 months.Having an intention not to continue with it and have not returned the bond paper to the company yet. If there is any chance to redeem my money after policy term of 10 years ?

        Reply
        • Ajay-If it is the traditional plan, then you have to pay the minimum for 3 years and for ULIPs 5 years, then only you will get something if you surrender or paid up.

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  183. Hi,

    I have 2 LIC policies, currently i am continuing only one. Other one is called Endowment Plan and I am not continuing this.

    I have paid only one initial term and stopped. Do I withdrawn this amount in any way ? please suggest. [ Now 3 years is over since policy starts but not term wise ]

    Reply
    • Tiru-You must had paid 3 years of premium, then only you are eligible for surrender.

      Reply
      • Hi Basavaraj, Thanks for your prompt response. It means I lost that money and there is no other way to get it back. However, once again thanks a lot for the response.

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  184. Sir,
    I paid my premium for 3 years till 2015. Then I didn’t paid any premium till now. Am i eligible for surrendering my policy? If not what is the solution?

    Reply
    • Ajay-Yes, if your policy continued for 3 years with proper premium payment, then you are eligible for surrender.

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  185. basu sir i hv jeevan saral lic i paid 5yrs premium but last yrs premium i couldn’t pay due to lack of money and i had also taken loan on it but that loans intrest also not paid therefore i want this to close my lic .but my question is this that without reviving policy i will get more return or after reviving i will get good return.pls help me nobody is helping me not the branch and the agent

    Reply
    • Kalpana-In my view this is the worst product. Hence, if you already paid about 5 years, then better to surrender the policy immediately. Investing in simple product like PPF will fetch you more return than this plan.

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  186. hi,

    After surrender, How will i know if i will get money under

    Guaranteed Surrender Value OR Special surrender value

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  187. Hi Sir,

    I have got a LIC policy of 2 lacks for 20 years started from 28/07/2014, I have been paying yearly premium of 11,670 since 2014. My 3 years will complete on 07/2017 after paying the yearly premium.
    Please let me know if I can surrender the policy and get my money back which I had paid as premiums.

    Reply
    • Sandeep-You can surrender once the policy completes 3 years. But how much you get back depends on many things. Hence, be in touch with nearest or home branch of LIC.

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  188. Dear sir,
    Completed 7 years since I brought LICs Jeevan Anand (table 149) and I want o surrender the policy. As I am staying in Pune I transferred the policy from Hyderabad branch to Pune branch last month.
    Wanted to know if the transfer of policy recently will not cause any issue while surrendering the policy and is there any different process to surrender in my case of transfer of policy from Hyderabad to Pune?

    Thanks & Regards,
    Vinod Manerajure

    Reply
    • Vinod-If transfer is already completed, then I don’t think there will be any issue in surrendering at Pune. The process of surrender is same for you also.

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      • Thanks sir. I will now proceed with policy surrender.

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      • Dear Sir,
        I have submitted the policy for surrender 27th May 2017 i.e. last Saturday. My Premium of ? 6888/- due by 26th May I paid on 10th May. I can see the receipt generated on LIC portal. And next due is shown as 26th July it being quarterly premium.
        However now I have received bill payment notification in my bank account for amount ?6942.6 due by 9th June 2017. I am not sure why this is generated as I have already paid last premium and have surrendered policy documents at branch and waiting for amount to be credited I my account. Could you please advise on how surrender process works when it is quarterly premium and I need to pay the bill generated or wait for policy surrender to complete?

        Reply
        • Vinod-The surrender value will be calculated based on THAT DAY’s values and status of the policy. I am not sure why again they requesting for premium. Instead of waiting, I suggest you to raise this issue with bank and you can show the proof of LIC receipt and all.

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  189. Feb 7 th 2016 I put two different types of policy’s ,15 months premium I successfuly paid now I like to close the both policies ,there is any option for this ,or 3 years after only have option to close a policy

    Reply
    • Manikandan-After 3 years only you will get an option for surrender or paid up. If you still want to close the policy NOW, then you have to forget the premium you already paid.

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  190. In order to surrender the policy, do we need to visit the original branch from where the policy was issued, or it can be done anywhere in India? For example, I live in Hyderabad, whereas my policy is from a city in Uttar Pradesh. Please suggested. Thanks in advance!

    Reply
    • Rahul-Yes, you have to visit the original branch (or where your docket is present).

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      • Thanks sir!

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  191. Sir I want to surrender my policy due to sum personal reason. My policy completed 4 yrs last yr

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  192. Hi,
    I have 14 LIC policies running 9 of them in my name and 5 in the name of my wife, while I am paying premium.
    All of them are Jeevan Anand.

    12 of them are of Sum Assured of Rs. 1,00,00 each policy + 1 of them is SA = Rs. 5,00,000, these are running from 2008 on YLY Prem & HLY prem respectively.

    01 policy is a high value policy in my name (jeevan anand) which is running from 2012, I pay monthly premium of Rs. 16,000 approx. and Sum Assured is Rs. 55,00,000/- and maturity is in 2032.

    I am planning to go migrate to Canada in 2018 and thereby acquiring its citizenship in 2021.

    What should I do with my policies:
    1. Can I continue them? specially the SA 55 Lacs one. as its SA> 50 Lacs. After my Canadian citizenship.
    2. How do I surrender them & what money would I get as surrender value?
    3. If keep them running, how to maintain and claim maturity?

    Please answer my queries & I shall be highly grateful to you.

    regards,

    Manzar Abbas

    Reply
      • Hi!

        I am faced with a similar situation. Me and my husband have four policies among us which were taken while we were in India. Recently we acquired citizenship in UK and have the status of Overseas citizen of India. What will happen to my policies? Will we get any money we paid back. The oldest policy is 10 year old and all paid up to date. Will be able to continue to the policy and draw the money at maturity? Or will it be cancelled/surrenders. Please assist. I have been desperately trying to get an answer as my annual premium is due soon and I do not want to pay it if is going to be all voided. Really appreciate your assistance.

        Reply
        • Sumayya-If you have no issues with return and features of policies, then continue. However, if you are not satisfied with features and returns of the policies, then you can surrender now also.

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  193. Dear Sir,

    I am a regular reader of your blog.Its very informative.Its eye openner for lot of non finance background peopleI am having LIC policy new bima gold Table no – 179 for the term of 20 years. its a money back policy.I having this policy for last 10 years.Paying premium of Rs.10702 per annaum.pls suuget can i continue this policy/surrender/Paid up the policy.uour suggetion is highly appreciated.
    Warm regards
    subramanian

    Reply
    • Subramanain-What prompted you to buy at that time and why now you want to close it?

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  194. I have a LIC Policy Jeevan saral, policy purchased on 05/10/2011 with 35 years term .

    I paid 5 premiums continuously including first premium , I have not paid on 05/10/2016.

    Now i want to surrender my policy. Can you please tell me my surrender value.

    Reply
    • Tammineni-Check with branch. I can’t calculate and arrive at values for each individual.

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  195. Sir suppose i want to discontinue the policy after 3 years abd my annual premium is of sum 12000 inr. What value i will get if i surrender.

    Reply
    • Pramod-It depends on above formula. Better you check with LIC branch for the same.

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  196. I have paid premium from 5 years and not paid the premium amount is 40k from 17months .as I don’t have money to pay the premium from 1 year. How to surrender …need your help. I really no money pay for LIC.at least if I get little money of what I paid this help me in my present situation…

    Reply
    • Sid-Contact the branch and follow the process explained above for closure of policy.

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  197. I have my lic policy jivan saral i have
    Only one EMI paid 2013 and stoped the policy so now i want the my 1 EMI amount return please give me reply to how can i get Mony back.

    Reply
  198. I want to surrender my jeewan chaaya policy. The time of maturity is feb 2018.May i do this.

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  199. I have a very strange query. One of the ULIP policy which I was purchased 5 years ago in the name of my husband has been discontinued for non payment of premium. My husband is not staying with me for a year now. but we are not divorced . Recently I received a cheque in my husband’s name (since he is the policy holder) from the insurance company. I have paid the premium for last four years, but when he left me I stopped paying the premium. He is not even aware of the policy, and I don’t know his whereabouts. Can I deposit that cheque in my Account or in my daughters account? I have all the policy documents (original). In the policy document my name has been mentioned as appointee and my daughter’s name as nominee. Please help…

    Reply
      • Can i make a request to the insurance company to issue cheque in my name?

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        • Anita-How can you request (even though you are nominee and you claim that you paid the premium) when the life assured is ALIVE?

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        • Is there any other possibilities? I bought that policy keeping in my mind my daughter’s educational expenses. Now my financial condition is not good. It is a pretty good amount. Kindly suggest any alternatives.

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  200. Hi,
    I have one ULIP policy with LIC with 10000rs yearly premium. Its already 10yrs I am into this policy and now want to close this policy.
    But I want to know one thing if I surrender this policy then what amount I will get. I have calculated the amount through my units and values score. Now want to be sure whether I will get the same amount as per this units and values calculation or LIC will do some thing else while paying to me.

    regards,
    Vikash Kumar

    Reply
  201. I have a query Sir !
    I want to know the surrender merits and demerits of my jeevan saral LIC policy which i have taken in year 2011 with the yearly premium of 60000/-. I have taken loan on the policy also of Rs. 2 lakhs. total i have paid 6 installments…I dont want to run this policy any more..Please tell how much return i will get and when ??

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  202. HI,
    Thanks for sharing this topic.

    I have bought LIC Health Plus in Jan 2009 with sum assured 2 lakhs and yearly premium of Rs 6,000 till age of 65

    Now I’m married, found this LIC Health Plus isn’t attractive. If i stop this how will i get back.

    I have paid premium from 2009 to 2017.

    Reply
    • Karthik-If you paid 2 years then you are not eligible for surrender.

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  203. Mera LIC Jeevan Anand Policy Hai. Main Usko Serender Karna Chahta Hu. Esse Mere ko Kya Nuksan Hoga.

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  204. Meri ak money back policy hai.mai use 3years premium de suki hu.ab mai surrender korni chahiti hu.to mujhe profit kya miligi.plz help

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  205. Hello sir
    meney money policy ko 6 years chalaya jo ki 20 years ka tha…premium rs 1039 quarterly tha lekin policy abhi do safal se band h…agar mey surrender Karu to mujhe kitna mileage …mujhe ek baar rs13000 bonus mil Chuka hai. ..

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  206. Hi sir,
    What i will get if i surrender before 3 year

    Reply
    • Neha-For surrender the policy must be completed 3 years (in a case of traditional plans). If you surrender before that, then you will not get any returns.

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  207. I have 2 LIC policies
    (a) Term 111/26 – Maturity 28/05/2021 – Premium Rs.711/- p.a.
    (b) Term 111/26 – Maturity 28/03/2021 – Premium Rs.757/- p.a.

    I cannot pay the premium, how much money I will get If I surrender the above policies.

    Please revert.
    Thanks & Regards,
    P.M.Chettiar

    Reply
  208. Hello Sir,

    i had paid LIC Jeevan lakshya, As per my policy duration period is 18 yerar, and i have to pay 15 years, every year like 85k INR, My Question was, i had paid 8 years continuesly, i dont to want to surrender the policy upto 18 years, but at present as per my conditon i unable to pay policy money, is there any way like can reduce Policy Assurance/matured amount, can adjust with my previous paid amount.

    Can you please suggest for me, Thanks in advance

    Reply
      • Sir, Exactly i didnt get your wording, Can u pls tell me little briefly

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          • Yes Sir, Thanks, recd well…

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  209. jeevan saral of 20yr taken in 2011, i paid 5 year premium. Loss on surrendering it equal to or Around 1 YEAR PREMIUM. How to cover this loss.

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  210. Hi Basavraj,

    I have 2 Lic policies one is Jeevan Anand and other one is Jeevan Saral.

    Jeevan Anand had completed for 10 years still 11 years need to pay.If i have surrenderd that policy now i will get bonus amount also can you please confirm if i din’t receive how much amount i can expect.

    Jeevan Saral had completed for 5 years please confirm this one also.

    Regards,
    Vamsi

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    • Vamsi-Check the calculation method properly. You notice that bonus also included in surrender (but partially).

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  211. Dear Basuji,
    The term is 16 years each. And tell me about Jeevan tarang. Is it fine to continue? I have paid for 11 years. Should I stop paying and get paid up value?

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  212. Dear,

    About – Also, keep in mind that you have to personally visit the branch and request for surrender of LIC policy.

    Is there any way out? As I am not in India at present, and get the money. Will my parents or my relative are eligible to do the surrender, I will provide all documents shared above.

    Thanks!

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  213. Sir, my LIC policy bond is lost. I want to surrender this policy. Please suggest the procedure.

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    • Tanvi-You have to apply for duplicate policy bond along with applying for surrender. The procedure for applying for duplicate LIC policy bond is as below.
      -Indemnity Letter in Form No. 3815 A (unstamped) if the claim amount does not exceed Rs. 5,000 and no surety is required.
      -Discharge Form is to be submitted.
      -Form of Declaration of ‘No Assignment’ is to be submitted.
      -A declaration by Surety having sound financial status, acceptable to LIC in the appropriate Form is required, if the claim amount exceeds Rs. 5,000. To Obtain Surrender Value: Indemnity Bond in
      -Form No. 3815 duly stamped and executed by the Policyholder along with Surety is to be submitted.
      -Stamp Duty charges – which depends on the Surrender Value of the Policy are to be paid. A declaration by the Surety having sound financial status acceptable to LIC is required. Discharge form is to be submitted

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      • Hi, What would be the stamp duty charges for Form 3815 if maturity value is 284200.

        I was told it was Rs 100. Is it true. Thanks in advance.

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        • Ram-I don’t think stamp duty charges applicable to maturity. They deduct stamp duty charges when you go for cancellation within free-look up period.

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  214. Dear Basuji,

    I have 2 jeevan tarang policies in my son and daughters name. I have paid almost 11 yrs. 5 yrs. remaining. What is proper? To continue or to paid up the policies?

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  215. hello sir, i have two lic policies. one is from 2009 and other is from 2011. first policy is Jeevan Saral (T.No. 165) and second is Jeevan Anand (T.No. 149)
    sir, i want to surrender both policies. any premium is not paid for this financial year 2016-2017.
    sir, plz guide me correctly
    thanking u in advance

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    • Rajendra-If you already decided then go ahead and surrender. The procedure is already explained.

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  216. Sir, your E-Mail ID please……

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  217. First, let me thank you for the detailed info here.
    My question is how long do they take to pay the surrender value? Thanks in advance for all the trouble you’re going through.

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    • Neil-It hardly takes less than a week if you submitted all documents properly.

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  218. Dear Sir,
    i want to surrender my policy, i don’t have original documents of Policy. but i have receipts of premium paid of. and can download form 5074 foe surrender and courier it to the home branch. i have suffered lot of problem due to LIC policy agent. can any one help me out.

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    • Heeralal-Original policy bond is required. If not, then get the duplicate of that at first. You can download the surrender form in the link provided in above post.

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      • Please tell me that how i will get original policy bond papers? Should i have to visit to home branch or i would get at any branch by showing receipt of premium paid. Because that only i have.

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  219. Hello Sir,

    My Original Policy Bond is lost. Also I am not staying at the same location as that o)f the service branch. Its toooooo far.(3 days by train to travel…. ).

    I visited the branch they are saying that I can send all the documents through courier as well. Can you please tell me the procedure to surrender. My policy is already lapsed as I was unable to pay premium for 7 years.

    Thanks

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    • Preeti-You can send the documents through courier. But you are saying that you lost the bond. Hence, first you have to apply for bond, then go ahead for surrender.

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      • Thank you sir…. can I apply for the same through other location…

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  220. sir i have payed lic jeevan anada policy 7 years my premium was half yearly 12787 . it was 20years tenure. if i surrender policy now how much amount i will get ? what about vested bonus ??

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    • Vishwanath-Contact nearest LIC branch for surrender value. Your surrender value will also be included vested bonus. Refer above post properly for the calculation purpose.

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  221. Dear Sir,

    I have one LIC policy with 18 years maturity period. Now I completed 10years premium. Now my agent saying you cannot surrender now because you didnt reach your maturity period.
    please clarify If i will surrender now :
    1. I will get only howmuch i paid?
    2. I will get less than i paid?
    3. i will get more than i paid (i mean with bonus)

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    • Anees-Your agent is the biggest cheater. You can surrender now.
      1) It depends but bit higher than what you paid.
      2) NO.
      3) YES. But not that much.

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  222. I have Komal Jeeval policy since 2009 and paid upto 2015. Want to surrender, appreciate to know the surrender value.

    Thanks

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    • Kumar-It is hard to say so. Visit nearest LIC branch and get the details.

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  223. Money back plan ke tahat hamne lic le rakhi h Jo Ki lagatar 5 saal tak premium bhi paid Kiya lekin ab 10 saal ho gye h hum premium paid nhi kar he ab hum lic surrender karna chahte. Plz sir advice me

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  224. Hello Basu

    Can you please clarify if the money we get from surrendering the policy considered as taxable income ? Thanks

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  225. Dear Sir,
    I have LIC money Plus Policy of 20 years tenure.Have already paid up 10 years. Should i continue to invest or surrender?
    i’m not able to find out the surrender value of this policy.
    kindly suggest..

    thanks in advance
    chirdeepa

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    • Chirdeepa-It is ULIP Plan. Check the values at LIC branch. If you feel the returns not so good as expected, then better to come out.

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  226. Dear Sir
    I had two LIC policy with 15years Maturity Period..but I discontinued within 18months…
    I had paid 54000 for each policy with monthly premium of 3000/-each..shall eligible to surrender policy?..I enquired about LIC agent he said I am not able to surrender policy because I didn’t complete 3years period.Is it true?.
    Thanks
    Ramesh C

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  227. Yes.

    Millions of people want to come out of LIC traditional plans. Your article would provide them guidance in this regard.

    I would also like to draw your attention to an article dated 23rd December in Economic Times (Mumbai edition) wherein it has been mentioned that Insurance industry is facing its toughest times as yields on investments fall to multi-year lows and as a result mutual funds are eating into their business. Year 2016 is marked as year in which insurance lost it to Mutual Funds.

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  228. can I send the policies with necessary documents for surrender to the related branch

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  229. Here’s my experience with this process that happened a couple months before:
    I sent my father to inquire the process and refund estimate of my old LIC policy. Guess what, he came back trying to convince me not close/surrender the policy :-D. I plan to visit myself during my next visit to my native place.

    As always, many thanks to Basu for posting an yet another eye opener!!

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    • Prabhagar-If you go for surrender, they never allow you to surrender, instead they show the LOSS you incur, which can be easily compensated even by investing future premiums in Bank FDs.

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  230. these negative minded people are all LIC agents who are not happy with their commissions ceasing and millions of people surrendering LIC policies due to less returns and still sarkari approach
    thanks to basu sir like personalities of guiding general public

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  231. Dear Basavraj,
    advising surrender of policy just to boast is as same as to advise some innocent one to suicide.

    Don’t provike people to ruin their small savings theymade for their future

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    • Punit-They made their future or agents made their future with NON-INVESTMENT and 5% commission till policy period?

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  232. I have Jeevan Saral Policy.
    Have been paying to this policy since 8 yrs now.
    Now I want to Surrender this policy.

    If i surrender now ,how much will i get back ?
    Will it be = 30 % of 7 payments made to Jeevan Saral ?

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    • Sachin-Jeevan Saral is different story. They consider it as 7 years policy and accordingly pay the MSA. Check with LIC branch for values.

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  233. How much are you paid by private companies/Foreign insurance companies to write against India’s most trusted brand LIC

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    • Naresh-Is writing about one service option of LIC is like I SOLD OUT to so-called “private companies/Foreign insurance companies”? I feel to laugh at you 🙂 I know you may be an agent of LIC. But do remember that I am also an agent since 15 years 🙂

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      • Basu sir explained procedure for “How to surrender LIC policy”..simply That’s It.
        Tomorrow, If he explain about some private insurance companies policy surrender details, Does it mean he is against to LIC?
        Please understand it right way.

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        • Brahma-It is not new for me from these guys 🙂 Also, thanks for endorsing my unbiased views.

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      • Basu,
        The fun begins whenever you write an article about LIC policies. The jokers are back 🙂
        We need such articles every now and then to relax viewing comments from these joker agents.
        The season of new policies is not far away, cant wait for Jeevan xxxxx and funny new features 🙂

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    • How much did you get to post comments like this? I have taken policy in 10 years back and stopped.I don’t know process to surrender.

      If you not happy about his writing, pls. don’t visit this blog.

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    • Naresh Kumar no one is questioning the trust of the LIC Company here.
      It’s about the policies which they have, if someone wants to surrender …Basu sir is just guiding through the procedure.
      There are many people like me who have come to understand / calculate the Interest rate unfortunately after we have already started a policy.
      We still believe its not late to exit and hence many want to come out of it.
      However the same agents who helped us open the policy are now not trying to help us or provide the necessary information to come out of this policy.I guess the reason being they get commission only when they get some one signed up and not when they want to surrender.

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      • Sachin-You know one thing? In LIC portal, they uploaded all forms, but surrender form is not there. Also, they not explained anything about surrender procedure. I too surprised.

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        • Yes , I had checked the web site but there nothing related to Surrender.
          No form , No procedure ,No contact details for surrender
          Pathetic

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          • Hi I have paid 10000 in may 2017 for lic policy of 40000 for annually. Now I would like to cancel my lic. Can I get my money back after just one installment

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            • Naresh-NO. You have to pay a minimum for 3 years to be eligible for surrender.

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              • Hi sir
                I have Jeevan anand table 149 policy took on dec 2013 with 31 years paying term..
                5 years completed..

                If i surrender on Dec 2018 after exactly 5 years..

                1.does 80 c claimed premium for current financial year is reversed or effected.
                2.my surrender Amount tax implications..where should i show this income during ITR filing.

                Keshav

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              • Sir I have Jeevan Saral LIC policy dated 21/12/2010 of premium 9097/- half yearly. I have paid till dec-2017 i.e 9097*15=136455/- If I close my LIC today, how much will I get…?

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                • Dear Nabin,
                  Contact the regional LIC or your home branch for the same.

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                  • Good morning Mr. Basavaraj.
                    First of all it’s really good the way you are explaining everything in details. Secondly, my question is if someone has moved out and became NRI – Can they surrender LIC policies online?

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                    • Dear Jai,
                      ONLINE surrender not yet visible 🙂

              • I have LIC policy for my sons I want to take loan on behalf of the money submitted by me. What% of the amount submitted can I get

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                • Dear Sucharita,
                  Regarding the loan value, you have to contact the home branch.

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