How to Download LIC Premium Receipt?

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is a government of India insurance group. It was established on September 1, 1956 and at present has 290 million active policyholders. Keeping pace with the changing time, LIC has initiated an official webpage wherein the customers can log in through the customer portal or pay a direct premium (without login) using various online payment methods such as internet banking, e-wallet, credit card, debit card, and BHIM UPI. Once you have completed the payment, you can easily download LIC Premium Receipt. You can find the steps to download LIC Premium Receipt below.

  • You will get two options on the page: “New User” and “Registered User”. If you have not yet registered your account with LIC India then click on the new user, then you will need to fill in some details related to your policy and personal details. If you are a registered user then you can click on the registered user and directly go to the next step to input user ID and password.
LIC Premium Paid Statement Download Step 1
  • In the login page, you will have to fill your registered email id, password and date of birth and click on Sign in.
LIC Premium Paid Statement Download Step 2
  • If login details are entered correctly, the welcome page of LIC e-services would come before you. Select the “Individual Policy Details” and then “Self Policy” or “Spouse Policy” whichever applicable.
LIC Premium Paid Statement Download Step 3
  • You can see your policy listed in right and “Policy Premium Paid Statement” option in left menu. Click on “Policy Premium Paid Statement”.
LIC Premium Paid Statement Download Step 5
  • Select the financial year you want the statement for and check the policy. Finally click on the “Generate Statement” button and a Policy Premium Statement PDF will be downloaded.
LIC Premium Paid Statement Download Step 4

You get the option to save the policy premium receipt in the form of a PDF or print it. This will act as a proof to the LIC Policy Premium Paid Receipt.

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