New Short-term savings plan LP Revosave (3-pay-10)

NTUC Income has just launched a new short-term sav­ings plan, LP Revosave (3 pay 10) with the fea­ture of allow­ing you to with­draw cash­back (5% of Sum Assured) from the end of 2nd year onwards.
This plan provides a very good altern­at­ive to sav­ings in a bank. Not only it offers bet­ter interest rate, it provides pro­tec­tion against death, Total per­man­ent Dis­ab­il­ity (Lost of sight, two legs etc.) regard­less of your cur­rent health. It is 100% guar­an­tee to be accep­ted. You will be covered for 105% of the premium paid-to-date through­out the term.

This is how LP Revosave (3 Pay 10) works.
1) You save a fixed sum of money to NTUC Income for 3 years.

2) At the end of second year, NTUC Income will return part of the premium back (called cash­back) to you. You can choose to
a) Spend it.
b) Save with us at cur­rent 3.5% per annum interest in deposit account issued by Income

3) At any point in time, you can with­draw the money from the Deposit account.

The policy will mature in 10 years’ time.
Sample : Male age 40 years old with Sum Assured $25,000

Pay­ment Term Monthly Sav­ings Yearly Premium Yearly Cash­back (From 2nd year onwards) Total Premium Paid Total Cash upon matur­ity (Non-withdrawal) Total Cash upon matur­ity (With yearly withdrawal)
3 years $861.50 $9,940 $1,250 $29,820 $39,382 $37,671

($1250 yearly plus $27,671 upon maturity)

Com­par­ison between SP SAIL and LP Revosave (3 Pay 10)
Single Premium Plan SP SAIL with lump sum sav­ings of $29,820, the matur­ity amount is $38,577 after 10 years. So if your inten­tion is to with­draw the matur­ity amount after 10 years, LP Revosave will give bet­ter returns. Moreover, you have the flex­ib­il­ity to with­draw 5% of the Sum Assured from the end of second year. SP SAIL does not have this flexibility.