How It Works
Take for instance a 25 years savings plan that has completed 15 years of its term. You can now take over this policy with a lump sum and only need to continue the remaining 10 years to maturity.
- This 10 years REPs can give you returns that could be double or more than that of new policy.
- The initial policy costs (commissions, policy fees) have been borne by the original policyholder
- Cash values of endowment policies are structured to build up faster only in the later part of the policy
Instead of starting a new policy which can be 25 years long, you only need to continue the remaining terms of REP and in this case, is only less than half of the required duration.
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