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        Old 24-07-2020, 10:36 PM   #1
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        AIA plat retirement elite

        anyone had any tots on this?
        https://www.aia.com.sg/en/our-produc...ent-elite.html

        is it possible for a 1x 15300 SPL now, will net me 900 monthly payout 30 years from now, for 15 years (total 162,000).

        a bit too complex for me to compute rate of return, but it seems to be ludicrously high and highly impossible.

        Any expert can shed some light?
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        Old 24-07-2020, 11:21 PM   #2
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        anyone had any tots on this?
        https://www.aia.com.sg/en/our-produc...ent-elite.html

        is it possible for a 1x 15300 SPL now, will net me 900 monthly payout 30 years from now, for 15 years (total 162,000).

        a bit too complex for me to compute rate of return, but it seems to be ludicrously high and highly impossible.

        Any expert can shed some light?
        Its an investment plan. Projected at the highest return for u to see?
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        Old 03-08-2020, 11:08 AM   #3
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        I think the partner fund managers are all performing well base on the track record, the funds that investing in also looks good so far.


        For what I know the minimum SP is $30,000.

        But if I calculate as SP $30,000 it shows that the monthly payout should be around $1.6k, 30 years from now for 15 years.

        hope that answer your Qn.
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        Old 03-08-2020, 09:20 PM   #4
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        The return are projected, might not be the same as what is shown to you...

        If I have more info do share...but the total return really is too gd to be true

        Sent from Xiaomi MI PAD 4 using GAGT
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        Old 03-08-2020, 10:03 PM   #5
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        is there any alternative to putting money into insurance/endownment plans, for retirement planning??

        I see the distribution costs, my hard earned money going like that to insurance agent (sorry to all insurance agents out there), i really feel hesitant..
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        Old 03-08-2020, 10:21 PM   #6
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        is there any alternative to putting money into insurance/endownment plans, for retirement planning??

        I see the distribution costs, my hard earned money going like that to insurance agent (sorry to all insurance agents out there), i really feel hesitant..
        More than you can imagine, different plans works differently. There are retirement plan that pays you for a number of year at retirement age.
        There are also a type where pays you lifetime income with capital appreciation.
        Fyi : distribution cost is not all taken by the agent.
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        Old 03-08-2020, 10:21 PM   #7
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        The return are projected, might not be the same as what is shown to you...

        If I have more info do share...but the total return really is too gd to be true

        Sent from Xiaomi MI PAD 4 using GAGT
        Its a investment plan and usually base on 8% projection.
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        Old 04-08-2020, 03:40 AM   #8
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        is there any alternative to putting money into insurance/endownment plans, for retirement planning??

        I see the distribution costs, my hard earned money going like that to insurance agent (sorry to all insurance agents out there), i really feel hesitant..
        Put it back into ur cpf lor...

        Let the interest compound... Aim to hit 1m65....
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