Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Saving for your child

Do you know the answes to these questions?
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1. How much should a parent save for a child's education?
2. What happens if the saving is insufficient to fund the tertiary education?
3. Which type of investment is likely to give the best return on the savings?
4. Over a 15 year period, what is the difference between a low return (2% p.a.) and a high return (6% p.a.)?
5. What are the advantage of a flexible saving plan?
6. How can you reduce the risk of investment?
7. What type of rider provides adequate coverage at a low premium?

... and many more.

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