Under this scheme, not only live, but even after death, the family continues to get help. If a person associated with the scheme dies before 60 years, then his wife can continue to deposit money in this scheme and get a pension every month after 60 years.
New Delhi. Atal Pension Yojana (APY) is a successful government-run scheme. The scheme is administered by the Insurance Regulatory Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA), which is specifically for the unorganized sector. The government ensures all pension-related benefits on the scheme. If you want to get a monthly pension of 5000 rupees then you can also take advantage of this scheme.
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Who can avail
Anyone aged 18 to 40 years can open an Atal Pension Yojana account. The most special thing about this government scheme is that the sooner the investment will be done in this scheme, the more funds will be deposited. Under this scheme, you should continue investing for 20 years. For the APY scheme, it is mandatory to have a bank account linked with your Aadhar card. State Bank of India (SBI) and even regional banks are also opening bank accounts for Atal Pension Yojana.
Get 5000 rupees per month pension
The sooner you connect with Atal Pension Yojana, the more benefit you will get. If a person joins the Atal Pension Yojana at the age of 18, then after 60 years of age, he will have to deposit Rs 210 per month for a monthly pension of Rs 5000. That is, by depositing Rs 7 every day in this scheme, you can get a pension of Rs 5000 per month. In this scheme, only 42 rupees will have to be deposited every month for a monthly pension of 1000 rupees. There will be depositing rupees 84 for 2000 rupees pension, Rs 126 for 3000 rupees, and Rs 168 for a monthly pension of 4000 rupees...
After death, the family will continue to get help
Under Atal Pension Yojana, not only live, but even after death, the family continues to get help. If a person connected to the scheme dies before 60 years, then his wife can continue to deposit money in this scheme and get a pension every month after 60 years. While the other option is that the person's wife can claim a lump sum after the death of her husband. If the wife also dies, then a lump sum is paid to her nominee.