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Talk of work / pay one installment and get Rs for life, this is a very special LIC policy

LIC Jeevan Akshay Scheme, One Time Investment Plan: People are looking for investment options to continue their source of income in the future. In this link, we are telling you about a scheme in which you can get a lifetime pension by investing Rs. Yes, Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has come up with a similar one time investment plan, in which once you invest, you will get a lifetime pension.

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What will be the benefit in this policy of LIC

If you invest in LIC's Jeevan Akshay Scheme, then once you spend the money, you will get Rs 4,000 per month for the rest of your life. Jeevan pays a single premium of Rs one lakh in Akshay Plan, instead gets lifetime money. You will find 10 different options in Jeevan Akshay Yojana. Of these, if you opt for the annuity payable for life at a uniform rate, you will get a pension of Rs 4,000 per month.

Apart from this, if you want to get a pension on an annual basis in the options given for taking a pension, you will get Rs 57,640 per annum. At the same time, on a semi-annual basis, Rs. Will get 28,260. And if you want to take money on a quarterly basis, you will be given Rs 13,980. Similarly, if you want to get a pension on a monthly basis, you will get an amount of Rs 4,630.

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Notably, Indians between the ages of 30 and 85 can invest in the Jeevan Akshay Scheme. Pension under this scheme can be taken annually, semi-annually, quarterly or every month. Apart from this there are many other benefits to this scheme. The biggest advantage is that once your policy is issued, you can apply for a loan after three months. This policy can be taken both online or offline.

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How long will you get the pension?

Under this scheme, the policyholder will continue to receive money for life. But if the policyholder dies, the pension will stop coming. The policyholder receives a pension as long as he is alive.

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