invest, thesundaytimes August 25, 2013
Investment-linked plans, ETFs and unit trusts are options for average S'porean with little time
Okay. Fair enough as Red Flag has been raised too.
"As regular-premium ILPs usually pay the insurance coverage charges by selling fund units, the liquidated amount for a fund that performs poorly may not be sufficient to cover the rising insurance coverage costs as you get older, may thus erode the investment objective."
If not, Uncle8888 is going to ........ (You know what. Right?)
Read? Shocking Discovery On My ILP (Re-posting)
Don't ever get yourself a Time Bomb to explode during your retirement!
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