Enhanced Incomeshield New Sign-up
To celebrate Singapore’s 50th birthday, you will receive CapitaMall vouchers, when you sign up for a new Enhanced IncomeSheild plan during the promotion period from 10 May 2015 to 31 December 2015.
|For children (aged 12 years and below)|
|Enhanced IncomeShield plans||Voucher amount|
|For all other new sign-ups|
|Enhanced IncomeShield Main plans||Voucher amount|
|All plan types||$100|
SG – Singaporean; PR – Permanent Resident; FR – Foreigner
Terms and Conditions apply. Click here for more information.
Medical Subsidy for Children holding CHAS Blue Card
Children, aged 12 and below and holding the Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) Blue Card, now enjoy a Medical Subsidy at all Healthway Medical Group Clinics. NTUC Income OrangeAid reaches out to families on the CHAS Blue scheme to reduce their expenses for GP medical treatment.
Each child can claim a total amount of $100.00 (excluding GST), on top of the CHAS Blue Card subsidy.
This Subsidy is valid for all CHAS Blue child cardholders (born in 2003 and thereafter). If your child is ill, to receive the subsidy, simply take the following steps:
1. Bring your child and 2 necessary documents (child’s CHAS Blue card and Birth Certificate) to a Healthway Medical Group clinic.
2. Fill in the Patient Consent Form at the clinic. For your reference, a copy of the form is here.
With the completed Patient Consent Form, NTUC Income will subsidise your child’s GP medical bills up to $100.00 (excluding GST) in celebration of SG50.
SG50 Rewarding First Generation Policy Owners
NTUC Income will be rewarding its policyholders who own policies which are issued in 1970s and 1980s. Customers who are eligible for this reward will be notified by end June 2015.
For policies issued between 1 Jan 1970 t0 31 Dec 1979, the CapitaMall voucher amount is equivalent to the calculated annual premium of the regular premium policy, rounded up to the nearest $100. The table below shows some examples:
|Calculated annual premium of the policy||Amount of CapitaMall vouchers per policy|
|$100.00 and below||$100|
|$100.01 to $200.00||$200|
|$500.01 to $600.00||$600|
|$1,500.01 to $1,600.00||$1,600|
|$2,000.01 to $2,100.00||$2,100|
For policies issued between 1 Jan 1980 to 31 Dec 1989, the voucher amount is fixed at $50, regardless of the annual premium amount.
Please note that the regular premium NTUC Income Life Insurance Policies issued in 1989 or earlier must be in force as of 1 January 2015.
However, certain policies are excluded for this reward as stated below:
- Where policy owners are deceased;
- Where policy owners are undischarged bankrupts;
- Subject to trusts under section 73 of Conveyancing and Law of Property Act;
- With irrevocable nomination under section 49L of the Insurance Act; or
- Without any valid Singapore billing address.