Whole Life

Whole life insurance, often referred to as traditional life insurance, offers continuous coverage for the entire lifetime of the insured individual. It not only provides a death benefit but also includes a savings feature that allows the accumulation of cash value. The cash value grows over time with interest, which is typically fixed and earned on a tax-deferred basis.

Whole life
  • Living benefits
  • Accidental cover benefits
  • Death cover benefits
  • Tax Benefit

    Upto 39%

  • Cover Till Age

    70 Years

  • 24 hr

    Claim Support

* Tax benefit is subject to change in tax laws. * Standard T&C Apply
* Bonus rate is subjected to the insurance company
* Calculation based on 30 years old healthy person on Endowment plan

Pay रु 44,475 premium per year and save up to रु 180,000 in tax-free income*

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Whole life insurance is a type of permanent life insurance that provides coverage for the entire lifetime of the insured individual. Unlike term life insurance, which covers a specific period (such as 10, 20, or 30 years), whole life insurance remains in force as long as the premiums are paid. It offers both a death benefit and a savings or investment component.

The death benefit is the amount of money that is paid to the beneficiaries upon the death of the insured. This benefit is typically tax-free and can be used to provide financial security to the loved ones left behind. The death benefit remains constant throughout the life of the policy, unless adjustments are made by the policyholder.

In addition to the death benefit, whole life insurance also accumulates a cash value over time. Part of the premium paid by the policyholder goes towards building this cash value. The cash value grows at a fixed rate of interest, which is determined by the insurance company. The growth is typically tax-deferred, meaning that policyholders do not have to pay taxes on the earnings as long as they keep the funds within the policy.

The cash value component of whole life insurance offers several benefits. It can be used as a source of emergency funds or a means of borrowing against the policy through policy loans. These loans are typically offered at a lower interest rate compared to other borrowing options. However, it's important to note that any outstanding loans, plus interest, will be deducted from the death benefit if they are not repaid before the insured's death.

Whole life insurance provides individuals with lifelong coverage, a guaranteed death benefit, and the potential for cash value growth. It is often considered as a long-term financial planning tool, providing both protection for loved ones and a savings or investment element.