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Shield Plan Last Payer Status and IncomeShield Recovery Promotion

Many people are not aware that Medisave-approved integrated medical insurance (shield) plans have a last payer status. This means that if a person has other medical insurance, including medical benefits under any employment contract, which makes provision for reimbursement of medical expenses, the shield plan will be the last payer reimbursing the claim. If a […]

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NTUC Income OrangeAid

OrangeAid, NTUC Income’s new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, is pleased to introduce OrangeAid Round up – an inaugural fund-raising campaign involving policyholders. OrangeAid is inspired by Income’s belief that every child, regardless of background, should have equal opportunities in life. Now, you can take part in this meaningful programme to help them! Through fund-raising […]

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Relaunch of NTUC Capital Plus (CPN23)

NTUC will be relaunching their Capital Plus (CPN23) today. Application will be closed once NTUC Income has received the sales allocation or by 15 March 2011, whichever is earlier. This plan is opened to all policyholders and new applicants. The entry age is from 16 to 80 (last birthday), available for Cash or SRS. It […]

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Relaunch of Capital Plus CPN23 and CPN24

NTUC has relaunched their Capital Plus (CPN23 and CPN24) plans for a limited period. From now till 20th December 2010, clients can invest into CPN23 which has a policy term of 2 years and a guaranteed yield of 1.4% p.a. upon maturity. CPN(24) which is for reinvestment of maturity proceeds is available till 15 Dec […]

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NTUC Capital Plus CPN23 and CPN24

This post is for the 2010 tranche of Capital Plus. For the June 2018 tranche, you can refer to this post: NTUC Capital Plus June 2018 NTUC just launched a new tranche of their Capital Plus a couple of days ago. Capital Plus is a single premium short-term endowment policy with guaranteed returns. You can […]

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