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What is a Unit Linked Insurance Plan?

Finding the right insurance plan for a better tomorrow can be an overwhelming task. But what if we tell you that you can seek the benefits of investment as well as insurance – both under a single policy? That’s right! ULIPs or Unit Linked Insurance Plans offer you the potential to grow your wealth along with the security of a life cover and helps you yield good returns. You may have financial goals such as – investing for the future or saving for your child’s education or even planning your own retirement. A Unit Linked Insurance Plan helps you achieve such long-term financial goals in a smart way. 

How Do ULIPs Work?

ULIP plan provides you with dual benefits – wherein a portion of your premium is paid towards life insurance while the remaining is used for investing in funds of your choice. 

You can choose to invest in equity-oriented funds, debt funds, or a combination of the two (depending on your risk appetite). People with a high-risk appetite can invest in equity-oriented funds; whereas those with a low-risk appetite can invest in debt funds. Know that you can always switch from debt to equity and vice versa, depending on the market movement.

ULIP Child Plans

Child Plans

As a parent, you know that child investment plans are a necessity. With a rise in education-related costs, ensuring that your child can pursue their dreams is important. Here's where the best ULIP plans at Bajaj Finserv Direct are of help. You can choose the funds to invest in, can switch between funds, and secure your child's future.

where the best ULIP plans at Bajaj Finserv Direct are of help. You can choose the funds to invest in, can switch between funds, and secure your child's future.

ULIP Pension Plans

Retirement Plans

Enjoy post-employment life knowing your future is secured with retirement plans. With a surge in living costs, having funds at your disposal gives you financial freedom, without depending on your provident fund. Go with Bajaj Finserv Direct and enjoy tax-free investments, free life cover and other such ULIP benefits.

freedom, without depending on your provident fund. Go with Bajaj Finserv Direct and enjoy tax-free investments, free life cover and other such ULIP benefits.

ULIP Investment Plans

Investment Plans

Small investments go a long way! Be it saving money to enable your child to pursue their dream or dealing with post-retirement requirements, investments made today will make a big difference tomorrow. With ULIPs at Bajaj Finserv Direct, enjoy investment benefits like free life cover, flexibility in fund allocation and zero allocation charges.

big difference tomorrow. With ULIPs at Bajaj Finserv Direct, enjoy investment benefits like free life cover, flexibility in fund allocation and zero allocation charges.

Why Should You Invest in Unit Linked Insurance Plans?

Long-Term Wealth Creation

With premiums invested in both equity and debt, and a minimum lock-in period of 5-years, ULIP plans are the best option for long-term financial planning.

Dual Benefits

With a ULIP you get to the dual benefits of an investment plan along with a life insurance policy.

Transparency Guaranteed

With all charges detailed in the ULIP plan policy document itself, customers know what they pay for and how the funds are used.

Tax Benefits

Under the Income Tax Act of 1961, ULIPs are tax-free investments. As a customer, you needn't pay any tax during investment, while your money grows, during fund switches or during maturity.

Protection for self and family

ULIPs offer the benefit of a life cover which ensures that your family is secure, even in your absence.

ULIP is one of the most reliable wealth creation instruments available in the market. With this product, you can reap multiple benefits that it has in store. Let us tell you why to invest in ULIP plan.

  • Helps You Build Your Wealth Over Time – With the liberty to invest in equity and debt funds along with a minimum lock-in period of five years, ULIP are the best investment instruments for accomplishing long-term goals.
  • Dual Benefits – ULIP offers dual benefits – to make investments of your choice as well as avail an insurance coverage – all under a single plan.
  • Flexibility – You get the flexibility to choose the type of funds you want to invest in. Moreover, you can also switch these funds based on the market movements.
  • High Returns – Since you have the flexibility to switch funds based on the market movements, you can obtain higher returns on the invested amount.
  • Tax Benefits – Under the Income Tax Act of 1961, ULIP is tax-free. Under section 80C, you can claim deductions equivalent to the premium amount paid for ULIPs as life insurance or under 80CCC as pension up to a permissible limit. This limit is currently set at Rs 1.5 Lakh. You can enjoy ULIP tax benefits through deduction on the premium amount. You can avail up to 10% of the sum assured with a ceiling of Rs. 1.5 Lakh. You can also claim all the charges collected by the insurer such as service charge as a deduction. Moreover, the amount you receive as partial withdrawal/at maturity of the ULIPs is tax-free under section 10(10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. The death benefit payout upon death of the policyholder is also exempt from tax.
  • Protection to Self and Family – With the life insurance coverage, you will be able to protect yourself as well as your loved ones, even in your absence. 

Benefits of Choosing ULIPs – The Ideal Financial Tool

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ULIPs vs Mutual Funds vs FD

Already investing in Mutual Funds or saving money in Fixed Deposits? That’s ok. You should still consider investing in a Unit Linked Insurance Plan. The difference between ULIPs, Mutual Funds, and FD can be summarised with the following table –



Mutual Funds

Bank Fixed Deposits

Nature of Product

Combination of life insurance and investment facility.

Pure investment option.

Fixed investment option.


Provides life cover that is a minimum ten times the premium amount.

It does not offer a life cover.

It does not offer a life cover.

Tenure Of Investment


Either be short, medium, or long-term


Tax Benefits

The premiums paid up to INR 1.5 lakh are exempted from tax under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

The maturity amount is tax-free under Section 10(10)D.

Only the Equity Linked Savings Schemes (ELSS) investments are exempted from tax under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

The invested amount of up to INR 1.5 lakh is tax exempted under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

The maturity interest amount is taxable.


Flexibility of choice when switching between funds.

No such flexibility offered.

No such flexibility offered.


ULIP returns depend on the type of funds you choose to invest, depending on the market performance.

Mutual fund returns depend on fund allocation in conjunction with the market performance

Fixed returns


Female; 32 years old; child of 5 years old

Amount To Be Invested

INR 10,000 every month

Policy Term

20 Years

Premium Paying Term

7 Years

Expected Maturity Return

INR 35.05 Lakhs

Types of Unit Linked Insurance Plans

You can choose from the following types of ULIPs available on our platform -

Retirement Plan – Invest in a pension plan to prepare yourself for a secured life post-retirement. Under this plan, an individual pays the premium during the tenure of his/her employment. This premium is divided into two parts – one part goes towards your life insurance cover and the other part is invested in an instrument of your choice. This small amount that you periodically invest builds a corpus which you can use after retirement.

Child Plan – With a child plan, you take a step towards securing your child’s future. Whether it’s your child’s education, marriage or any other important event, this plan helps you to stay financially secure. A child plan also offers life insurance cover for your child. This way, you can protect your child against any unforeseen situations and ensure they realize all their dreams.   

Investment Plan – Your earnings today might not be adequate tomorrow. Moreover, high inflation rates and constantly rising prices of commodities can eat away your savings. Therefore, it is necessary to invest today to secure your future! An investment plan can help you achieve your goals of long-term wealth creation and security for your family. What’s more? Your investment in ULIPs, as well as returns on maturity, are tax-free! 

Which ULIP Suits You The Best?

We at Finserv MARKETS offer three types of ULIP plans –

  1. Child Plan
  2. Retirement Plan
  3. Investment Plan

Depending on your financial needs, you can choose to invest in one of the options available. But before you make any decisions, let us first understand each plan based on the examples below.

1. Child Plan

If you are a mother wanting to save for your child’s future monetary needs –


Female; 32 years old; child of 5 years old

Amount To Be Invested

INR 10,000 every month

Policy Term

20 Years

Premium Paying Term

7 Years

Expected Maturity Return

INR 35.05 Lakhs

2. Retirement Plan

If you are working towards saving for your retirement –


Male; 30 years; for retirement purpose

Amount To Be Invested

INR 1 Lakh annually

Policy Term

20 Years

Premium Paying Term

15 Years

Expected Maturity Return

INR 50.17 Lakhs

3. Investment Plan

If you are a young professional wanting to invest in the market to grow a steady corpus –


Female; 24 years; for investment purpose

Amount To Be Invested

INR 10,000 every month

Policy Term

20 Years

Premium Paying Term

15 Years

Expected Maturity Return

INR 57.95 Lakhs

Dealing in the stock market comes at a price. When you make ULIP investments, it is essential to understand the risk involved. Hence, before you choose a ULIP plan, make sure that you have calculated the risk in advance.

Like we mentioned earlier, you can either invest in high-risk equity funds or low-risk debt funds. With ULIP, you also get an option to invest in funds that are a combination of the two. The risk involved for you as an investor can be calculated with the help of our ULIP risk calculator

ULIP Investment Tips

Key things to consider when choosing a ULIP

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  • What are the best funds/plans to invest in?

    The best ULIP plans allow you the choice of investing in equity, debt or a mix of both. Though volatile, equity funds come with long-term high growth potential whereas debt funds are a safer choice. In addition to this, there's always the choice of investing in balanced funds (a mix of equity and debt). Based on your risk appetite, you can choose to invest in either of the three options.

  • Are you getting maximum leverage from the tax-free nature of ULIPs offered by your insurer?

    Under the Income Tax Act of 1916, you can save money by investing in a ULIP. In doing so, you must know that there are tax advantages at various stages of your life insurance policy which should be offered by the insurance provider you choose to go with. The advantages of the best ULIP plans in the markets include tax exemption at the time of investment (under sections 80C, 80CCC and 80D), tax exemption when the money invested grows, tax exemption during fund switches, and finally, exemption during maturity benefit.

  • What are the charges you pay when investing in ULIPs?

    Two of the most important financial needs of life are met when one invests in a ULIP - protecting and savings. Transparency is important and hence it is important that your insurance provider clearly mentions the following charges before you purchase – 1. Premium Allocation charge, 2. Policy Administration charge, 3. Mortality charge and 4. Fund Management charge.

Features of Unit Linked Insurance Plans

Before you decide to invest in ULIPs, make sure that you well-versed with its features.

ULIP Charges

Here’s a list of ULIP charges that you should know –

  • Premium allocation charges
  • Administration charges
  • Surrender charges
  • Mortality charges
  • Fund management charges
  • Fund switching charges
  • Discontinuing charges
  • Partial withdrawal charges

ULIP Lock-In Period

The lock-in period for ULIPs is five years. This means that for the first 5 years, the money that you invest in ULIPs gets locked. After this period is over, you are allowed to withdraw funds from your ULIP plan, however, this is not recommended. The longer you stay invested in a ULIP plan, better are the chances of earning good returns.

Type 1 and Type 2 ULIPs

Type 1 ULIPs

  • In case of your unforeseen demise, the nominee will receive the death benefits.
  • The amount received can either be equal to or higher than the sum assured or the fund value of the company.
  • The mortality charges keep reducing annually

Type 2 ULIPs

  • In case of your sudden demise, the nominee receives death benefits.
  • This amount is equal to the sum assured plus the fund value.
  • It is noteworthy that the premiums paid in Type 2 are relatively high.
  • Also, Type 2 considers mortality rates annually as the risk of your death increases with your age.

Why Choose Bajaj Allianz Life’s ULIP Plans?

In the long run, each investment makes a significant difference to your portfolio, further taking you closer to your financial goals. Hence, for each financial purpose in your life, there is a ULIP plan available in the market. Bajaj Allianz Life’s ULIP Plans are a reliable mode of investment for accomplishing your dual needs – insurance as well as building your wealth alongside.

That’s not it!

With Bajaj Allianz Life’s ULIP plans available on Finserv MARKETS, you can benefit from facilities such as partial withdrawal of funds, alter premium payment frequency, rider options, and more. Some plans also offer features like the return of mortality charges, return enhancers, loyalty additions, fund boosters, and more.

Just browse the range of online plans and choose a policy that best suits your financial needs to get high ULIP returns.

ULIPs - Myths and Truths

Lack of adequate knowledge and misinformation has led to a lot of myths hovering around investments in ULIPs. Let’s break them!

  • Myth #1: ULIPs carry high risk as they invest only in equity.

ULIPs give you an option to invest in market instruments that can either be debt only, equity only or a mixture of debt and equity. You can choose funds that best suit your need, risk appetite, and long-term objectives. With Bajaj Allianz ULIPs, you also get the facility to switch between funds at any given point in time depending on your personal preference and risk appetite.

  • Myth #2: You cannot add to your existing funds.

You can! ULIPs allow you to invest your surplus funds. You can pay a top-up premium at any given point in time during the tenure of the ULIP and enjoy the same benefits and tax deductions.

  • Myth #3: The insurance cover gets affected due to market conditions

Market volatility has no effect on your insurance cover. Your insurance policy remains intact irrespective of the rise or fall in the market. In case the insured dies during the tenure of the policy, he / she gets the full amount of the life cover as stated in the policy.

  • Myth #4: ULIPs do not provide good returns

ULIPs are long term investment products, where returns are dependent on the performance of the funds that one has invested in. With a good selection of funds and efficient switching between funds at the right time, Bajaj Allianz ULIPs can give good returns over a long-term period along with an insurance cover.

  • Myth #5: ULIPs have high charges

It is still unknown to people that charges of investing in ULIPs have reduced significantly. The charges that are typically levied on your premium amount are – premium allocation charges, policy admin charges, fund management charges and mortality charges. Insurance Regulation Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has capped these annual charges to a good extent. If the lock-in period of your ULIP plan is 10 years or less, these charges may be a little higher as compared to ULIP plans with a 10 year+ lock-in period. Therefore, it makes sense to invest in ULIPs for long durations. 

Claim Process for ULIPs

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Latest ULIP News

Proceeds from ULIP ravaged by declining markets? Take phased payouts to recoup

The pandemic-driven market crash could not have come at a worse time for ULIPS whose policies are due to mature soon. After waiting for a long period of 10-15 years to produce wealth for their long-term goals such as retirement and education for children, they have to face the prospect of a significant erosion in their maturity revenues.

As market-linked investments, the net asset value (NAV) of ULIP funds as at the date of maturity will decide your total corpus. But it is possible that the pandemic-induced market turmoil has left the valuation of this fund battered and bruised. However, to give some relaxation to such policyholders, the IRDAI has stepped in. It requested life insurers to allow a phased settlement option to mature until May 31, 2020 for all ULIPS.

- January 29, 2021

Understand what has been changed in recent ULIP regulations by IRDAI

IRDAI has made it compulsory for all insurance firms to obtain the guidelines with effect from February 2020 in order to enforce them on time, replacing the earlier circulars on the issue. The change is a clear attempt to improve accountability and curb the mis-selling of ULIPS, while ensuring that all the relevant product-related information is given to policyholders.

Furthermore, IRDAI emphasizes the justification for enforcing these conditions by stating: given that ULIP is basically a long-term financial instrument, it is very important to provide a fair and open selling process with appropriate disclosures in order to ensure good consumer performance and to protect the public insurance interests. It has also been made clear that current goods would also have to be updated to comply with the new legislation within a fair period of time. In the long run, the move would prove very beneficial for the industry.

- January 24, 2021

Insurers see a boost in the abandonment of policies

People have begun to borrow against life insurance policies more than ever. Another blow to insurers that are already fighting low new premium collections is the rising cases of policy surrender.

While the pandemic continues to rage, ULIPs are giving up their life cover at a rapid rate in the midst of wage cuts, job losses and general economic uncertainty.  The 13 per cent  ratio in the June quarter, which calculates how long an insurer retains insurance, decreased by an average of nearly 10 per cent points from a year earlier. The massive drop clearly suggests that many clients did not renew policies after paying the premium for the first year. Personal safety and guarantee products, which have a comparatively smaller ticket size than ULIPs, are now driving the growth of the industry. Owing to the cyclical weakness in ULIPs sales due to weak capital markets, Equity ULIPs remain a drag on growth.

- January 19, 2021

Budget 2021: What do you pay tax on?

The new budget proposed key changes for individual investments. The change imposes tax on high investments investment in two key ways.

As per the new amendments proposed in the budget, the maturity amount from ULIPs with an annual premium that goes above Rs. 2.5 Lakhs would now be subject to tax deduction. Not just this, if you earn interest on Employees' Provident Fund, exempted PF Trusts or Voluntary Provident Fund having an employee contribution of more than Rs. 2.5 Lakhs annually will also be taxable. Hence, in case of high premium ULIPs or big PF contributions, individuals must be ready to pay tax.As market-linked investments, the net asset value (NAV) of ULIP funds as at the date of maturity will decide your total corpus. But it is possible that the pandemic-induced market turmoil has left the valuation of this fund battered and bruised. However, to give some relaxation to such policyholders, the IRDAI has stepped in. It requested life insurers to allow a phased settlement option to mature until May 31, 2020 for all ULIPS.

- February 16, 2021

Budget 2021: Taxation parity between mutual fund and ULIP

The recently announced budget proposed changes to the Section 10(10D), restricting the tax exemption with regards to ULIPs. As per the new amendment, ULIPs with an annual premium payment that exceeds Rs. 2.5 Lakhs during the premium payment term will not be tax exempted. Having said that, the amount received at the time of death of the policyholder will come along with tax benefits under Section 10(10D). This change may have been introduced to align with the demand to bring parity of tax treatment with ULIPs from the mutual fund industry.

- February 16, 2021

New Budget 2021 Amendment: Insurer's friend or enemy

The Finance Minister announced significant changes in Budget 2021 in light of the government's efforts to recover the economy's position. Amidst this, there were two important announcements made for the insurance industry. While the new amendment for investment in ULIP directly affected the customers, the other was more focused on insurers. For ULIPs with an annual premium amount of Rs. 2.5 Lakhs, the maturity amount would not be tax-free. This change is said to affect the sales of ULIPs in future. While this change would affect the insurance industry, one important change of increase in the FDI limit from 49% to 74% is likely to support the industry's hold in the market. 

- February 16, 2021

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  • ✔️What do you mean by 'Unit Linked Insurance Plan’?

    With a Unit Linked Insurance Plan, money invested as premium is transferred to a pool called ‘Unit Linked Fund'. The insurance company manages this fund by investing the money in debt and equity instruments to provide dual benefits of insurance and investment returns to the policy holder.
  • ✔️What is meant by 'Unit'?

    The individual parts that a unit linked insurance plan is divided into is called a unit.
  • ✔️What is ‘fund value’ and how do you calculate this?

    Fund value refers to the total value of the premiums of the policy holder invested in various funds. Fund value is calculated using the following formula - Total Number of Units under a ULIP policy X Net Asset Value.
  • ✔️Before submitting my proposal form, what are the sections that I should verify/double-check?

    The sections that you need to verify include: 1. Any charges or deductibles mentioned (policy allocation/fund management), 2. Any features and benefits included in the ULIP policy (premium payment options/loyalty additions), 3. Any exclusions/limitations mentioned in the policy (lock-in-period/waiting period/pre-existing illnesses), 4. Policy lapse and disadvantages associated, 5. Any benefits that are payable, and 6. Any other disclosure/s mentioned in the proposal form.
  • ✔️Are there tax benefits associated with investing in ULIPs?

    Yes, there are. You can claim the money invested in ULIPs under the following sections - 80C (life insurance) and/or 80CCC (pension). For this, the maximum amount that can be claimed under these sections is Rs. 1,50,000. Deductions on life insurance can be availed up to 10% of sum assured or the annual premium, whichever is lower subject to a limit/ceiling of Rs. 1,50,000. In addition to this, the overall limit under Sections 80C/80CCC/80CCD (1) is capped at Rs. 1,50,000. You may choose to invest a bigger/higher amount, however, the cap on deductions is Rs. 1,50,000.
  • ✔️Given the new LTCG tax, how is investing in ULIPs better than investing in Mutual Funds?

    ULIPs have always had an edge over Mutual Funds and with the new LTCG tax in place, it is pegged to deliver even more. This edge existed even before long-term gains arising out of stocks and mutual funds were proposed to be taxable. Earlier, for equity mutual funds or balanced schemes that were held for less than a year, a 15% tax was levied on the short-term capital gains. However, when it comes to ULIPs, since it is an insurance product, short-term gains are tax-free under Section 10(10D). With the implementation of the LTCG tax, all gains from balanced and equity schemes are to be taxed at 10% but ULIPs continue to be tax-free. The benefit of ULIPs extends beyond equity funds. It encompasses the fixed income space too. Income made from fixed deposits is taxed at a rather marginal rate while LTCG for debt funds get taxed at 20% post indexation. Gains from ULIP are tax-free, whether short-term or long-term.
  • ✔️At the end of my ULIP policy term, what is the amount that I will receive?

    The benefit that the ULIP policy holder receives at the end of his/her policy term is called the Maturity Benefit. This amount is equal to the value of the fund at that specific time of maturity.
  • ✔️In my absence, what will my family receive?

    In the unfortunate event of the death of the policy holder (in this case, you), the death benefit amount shall be paid to your nominee. This will be a lump sum amount which is higher than the sum assured opted by the policy holder (you) or the value of the fund as on the date of the death of the policy holder. However, for this to come through, the policy must be active and all premiums must be duly paid, till date.
  • ✔️What are the charges involved when investing in Bajaj Allianz ULIP plans?

    There are 5 charges involved when you invest in ULIPs. These charges are deducted from the insurance premium amount that you pay. The remaining amount is then invested in various strategies and polices that will generate returns for you. The types of charges levied include: Premium Allocation Charges: This refers to a percentage of the premium amount which is deducted upfront and goes towards allocation of premium to various funds selected by the policy holder. Policy Administration Charge: This is charged by the insurance company and goes towards the administrative charges borne by the insurer for the maintenance of the ULIP plan. Mortality Charges: This refers to the charges levied by the insurer for providing policy holders with the insurance coverage. Fund Management Charges: As the term suggests, this charge is levied by the insurer and goes towards fund management. Surrender Charges: Should you decide to surrender your plan prematurely (before tenure), you would have to bear a charge. This is referred to as surrender charges. Normally, one can surrender their ULIP plan after a period of 5-years.
  • ✔️Is the interest earned on ULIP plans taxable?

    No. The interest that you earn on a ULIP plan is tax-free.
  • ✔️I want to surrender my Bajaj Allianz ULIP policy. Can I do this anytime?

    Generally, you would need to wait for the end of the 5-year lock-in period to surrender your ULIP plan. However, should you choose to do it earlier, you will have to pay a charge as applicable.
  • ✔️What do you mean by top-ups? Are these also tax-exempted under Section 80C?

    Any additional investment which is over and above the normal premium amount that you are allowed to make in a ULIP plan is called a top-up. When it comes to tax-exemption, top up premiums enjoy this benefit, just as a regular premium would.
  • ✔️What do you mean by ‘Settlement’?

    Instead of going for a lump sum amount during maturity, some of the ULIP plans allow policyholders the option of receiving these benefits as periodic instalments over a 5-year period. This happens post-maturity and is referred to as ‘Settlement.’
  • ✔️Are there any terms and conditions associated with partial withdrawal?

    Yes, there are. Partial Withdrawal is only allowed under the following circumstances: 1. If the amount of withdrawal is Rs. 5000, 2. The value of the Regular Premium Finds does not fall by four times as compared to the Annual Premium post partial withdrawal, 3. The maximum amount of the partial withdrawal is 10% of all the premiums that have been paid. 4. The total amount that is withdrawn throughout the term of the ULIP policy cannot exceed more than 50% of the total premiums that are paid, 5. The interval between two partial withdrawals is not less than 3 months. This said, a partial withdrawal is only allowed when the insured attains 18 years of age.
  • ✔️What are the conditions/circumstances under which my Bajaj Allianz ULIP policy can get terminated?

    Under the following scenarios, your ULIP plan will automatically and immediately get terminated - 1. Policy foreclosure, 2. On the date the insurance provider receives intimation about the death of the policyholder, 3. If payment of surrender benefit or discontinuance value is made by the policyholder, 4. On the date of the maturity of the ULIP plan, unless settlement opted for by the policyholder, 5. Expiry of the settlement, 6. Cancellation of the policy during the initial free look period. If the policyholder has opted for settlement, the ULIP policy gets terminated post the last settlement pay-out.
  • ✔️Do you offer life cover during the period of settlement option?

    No, life cover isn't available during the settlement period.
  • ✔️What do you mean by Return of Mortality Charge (ROMC) Benefit which comes under Bajaj Allianz Life Goal Assure?

    When the policy comes to an end, as on the date of maturity, the complete amount deducted as mortality charges during the tenure of the life cover policy term is added back as ROMC to your fund.
  • ✔️What are the funds under ULIP that policyholders can choose?

    There are 8 funds to choose from: 1. Equity Growth Fund II, 2. Accelerator Mid-Cap Fund II, 3. Pure Stock Fund, 4. Pure Stock Fund II, 5. Asset Allocation Fund II, 6. Blue chip Equity Fund, 7. Bond Fund and 8. Liquid Fund.
  • ✔️I am not satisfied with my ULIP policy. Can I get a refund?

    As a policyholder, you can seek a refund of the premiums upon disagreement with the terms and conditions, within 15 days of receiving the policy document, also known as the free-look period. In such a situation, the premium amount shall be refunded after deducting any expenses incurred for medical examinations, stamp duty and the risk premium proportionate to the coverage period.
  • ✔️Can I invest in an additional contribution over and above the regular premium?

    Yes, you can invest in any additional contribution which is over and above your regular premium based on your choice, subject to the additional feature being available for the unit-linked insurance plan. This facility is called as ‘Top-Up.’
  • ✔️Can I switch funds?

    Yes, we allow policyholders to switch funds, provided the feature is available for the unit-linked insurance plan.
  • ✔️Please list the loyalty additions that are payable under Bajaj Allianz Life Goal Assure.

    The insurance company provides and allocates the loyalty additions to the fund value of a regular premium as a percentage of one annualized premium. This happens from the 6th year of the policy, provided all premiums are paid and up to date. These additions include: 1. 5-year policy: Here loyalty additions are not applicable, 2. 10-year policy: 0.50% of loyalty addition applicable, 3. 15-year policy: 1% of loyalty addition applicable, 4. 20-year policy: 1.5% of loyalty addition applicable.
  • ✔️What do you mean by Fund Boosters that come as a benefit provided under Bajaj Allianz Life Goal Assure Plan?

    On the date of maturity, boosters are added to the fund value of the regular premium, provided all premiums are up to date and paid. These fund boosters that are provided as a percentage of one annualized premium are: 1. 5-year policy: Fund Booster benefit not applicable, 2. 10-year policy: 20% fund booster benefit applicable, 3. 15-year policy: 40% fund booster benefit applicable and 4. 20-year policy: 60% fund booster benefit applicable.
  • ✔️What are the two different portfolio strategies available in Bajaj Allianz Future Gain?

    Under Bajaj Allianz Future Gain, there are two portfolio strategies. These are - 1. Investor selectable portfolio strategy and 2. Wheel of life portfolio strategy. Investor selectable portfolio strategy - Under this strategy, the policyholder can choose to invest between 8 funds and enjoys the freedom of allocating premiums based on his/her choice. Wheel of life portfolio strategy - Financial needs and goals change as life progresses. Therefore, having an investment strategy that can be re-aligned to such changes is essential. The wheel of life investment strategy allows the policyholder to allocate premiums among 5 funds in pre-defined ratio. This ratio changes as the policy ages towards maturity.
  • ✔️Is it possible for the policyholder to decrease his/her sum assured that is provided under the Bajaj Allianz Future Gain portfolio strategy?

    Yes, this is possible. However, the policyholder must wait for a year to do so. Also, do keep in mind that this is subject to the minimum amount allowed under the particular product and is only allowed on policy anniversary.
  • ✔️Is it possible for the policyholder to change the term of premium payment under the Bajaj Allianz Future Gain portfolio strategy?

    Yes, the choice to increase or decrease the term of premium payment is provided to the policyholder. However, this is again subject to the minimum and maximum terms allowed under that specific ULIP product/plan.
  • ✔️How much of my premium amount is used in purchasing units?

    As you already know, the entire premium amount is not used for purchasing units. Though we do not charge any allocation fees, there are other deductions and charges that vary from product to product. These are deducted from your premium amount and the remainder is used for purchasing units.
  • ✔️What will happen in case of non-payment of premiums?

    On discontinuance of premiums during the first 5 policy years: At the end of the notice period of 30 days, the policy will be converted to a Discontinued Life Policy and the Fund Value minus discontinuance charge will be transferred to the Discontinued Life Policy Fund. The discontinuance value shall be payable at the end of the lock-in period of 5 policy years. On discontinuance of premiums after the first 5 policy years: A notice will be sent by the Company to the Policyholder within 15 days of the expiry of the grace period to exercise one of the options mentioned below within 30 days of receipt of such notice - 1. Option A: Revive the Policy or, in writing, agree to revive the policy within the revival period by paying all due premiums, 2. Option B: Intimate the Company In writing to surrender the policy and receive the surrender benefit, or 3. - Option C: In writing, intimate the Company to continue the policy as a paid-up policy with a paid-up sum assured with all the other benefits excluding additional rider benefits, Loyalty Additions & Fund Boosters, subject to deduction of all applicable charges under the policy. Till the expiry of the revival period or receipt of intimation of surrender request as per or receipt of intimation to convert as paid-up policy, whichever is earlier the policy shall be treated as in-force with all risk cover, including additional rider benefits, if any, by deduction of all applicable charges under the policy. If the company does not receive any intimation then, on the Date of Discontinuance, the Policy will be terminated and the Surrender Benefit shall be paid immediately.

ULIP (Unit Linked Insurance Plan) Reviews

ULIP (Unit Linked Insurance Plan) Reviews

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Ideal for ULIP Plans

Bajaj Allianz ULIP Plan available on Finserv MARKETS helped me avail life cover as well as make investment to secure my future. Then application process was simple and the service offered was very efficient.

Best Way to Save for Retirement

Thanks to Bajaj Allianz ULIP plan, I am able to save for my retirement in a smart way. The documentation required to avail ULIP plan was minimal. I am happy and satisfied with the service I received.

Dual Benefit of Investment and Insurance

ULIPs available on Finserv MARKETS allowed me to make an investment according to my risk appetite. I was able to invest in both debt and equity funds. Also, I got a life cover by availing the ULIP plan.

Best for Retirement Savings!

When I was looking for a good investment option that could help me build wealth for my retirement, I came across ULIPs on Finserv MARKETS. With quick application process and minimal documentation, I got my ULIP very easily.

My child's future expenses are now taken care of!

The first thing I decided to do when my daughter was born, was to save more. That is when I came across Bajaj Allianz ULIPs. With complete transparency and great customer support at Finserv MARKETS, investing in ULIPs is now easier than ever.

A safer investment tool compared to others in the market

When my first baby was born, one of the most important things I wanted for her was ample savings. That’s when a friend suggested Unit Linked Insurance Plans (ULIP). This is when I invested in the ULIP Child plan which is one of the best investment plans in the market with complete flexibility to invest in funds of your choice.

ULIPs helped me save for my retirement!

During my ending years of service, a friend suggested that I secure my retirement with the right financial coverage through investment in tools like ULIPs. With high returns and investment in choice of funds, Unit Linked Insurance Plan helped me save an ample amount for my retirement life. Great plan.