Hi Mr. Tan,
You must be familiar with NTUC Vivolive. An agent tried to sell it to me...Is it of any good value? It seems to be a whole life policy.
You should ask the agent to explain the following figures to you:
1. What is the value of the premium accumulated at 3.75% and 5.25% after 20 years or at age 65 ?
2. What is the projected cash value of the prolicy after 20 years or at age 65
3. What is the percentage reduction from the value of the premium represented by the cash value?
4. If the percentage reduction is more than 30%, the policy is expensive.
5. What is the amount deducted from your policy as distribution cost (mainly to pay commission to the agent)
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