17 Nov '11, 3am

This consumer ask me about "effect of deduction" on a life insurance policy - which he does not understand. But...

I am signing a policy soon. But I don't understand what the effect of deduction is. It's a AXA policy called INSPIRE FLEXI 2. After reading your blog, I tried to do the calculation but am more puzzled. Attached are the 3 pages of the illustrations. I hope that you can advise me. REPLY The Effect of Deduction is the amount taken away from your future savings. You can see that this is a large amount. Why are you investing in a life insurance policy when so much is being taken away? It is better for you to invest on your own, e.g. in the STI ETF, as advised in my book. You can buy term insurance for your life insurance protection. Please read my books for a better understanding on this matter. www.tankinlian.com/ishop You can also attend the FISCA talk on 26 Nov 2011 - register here: http://easyapps.sg/assn/Org/Event.aspx?id=5 In the meantime, you should not take up the life ...

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care2.com 17 Nov '11, 12am

Was it inevitable? Many heralded the offering of pet insurance as a way to responsibly pay for a pet in need of veterinary...