Future Secure Pension of Bharti AXA Life Insurance is an insurance plan that has been designed to offer plenty of freedom and flexibility to the insured. With the help of this policy, people can live their peacefully even after their retirement. Apart from this the policy also offers investment options as well as partial withdrawal facility so as to meet the various needs and requirements of the people.
Some of the salient features and benefits of Future Secure Pension of Bharti AXA Life Insurance are as follows:
- This is one such plan that offers amole flexibility regarding the creation of wealth after the retirement. In this policy the premium needs to be paid by the insured is for ten years and the benefits of this policy could be enjoyed for life.
- In this very pension policy of Bharti AXA Life Insurance, two investment options are offered that is Age Based Asset Allocation and the other one is Self Investment Options. Both these options are flexible and are capable of yielding higher returns.
- Systematic Transfer Option is also offered in this policy which is meant to calculate the average risks that are mainly associated with equity markets.
- The feature, ‘Partial Withdrawals’ is offered in this policy that is meant to offer financial assistance to the insured so that they can easily overcome certain unforeseen events. This feature is available to the policy holders without surrendering the policy.
- Top – up premiums are also available in this policy so as to enhance the retirement policy. The payment of these premiums can be made at any point of time.
- Under Self Investment Options, there are six types of fund options, which are meant to offer higher returns on investment. The insured can also transfer their assets from one fund to another without any fuss.
- Certain Special additions or add-ons are available in Future Secure Pension of Bharti AXA Life Insurance that has been offered to offer even more security to the insured after their retirement. These add-ons are generally available at the end of 10th and 15th Policy year.