SG 50 Celebration from NTUC Income

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
Pre­ferred (SG/PR/FR) $195
Advant­age (SG/PR/FR) $120
Basic (SG) $100
Basic (PR) $110
Basic (FR) $115
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.

View the list of par­ti­cip­at­ing clinics

 

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.