National Life Insurance Company’s Term Plus Products: 8% and 10% p.a.

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Product Name

Term Plus

Product Description

A combined term life insurance and financial product offered by National Life Insurance Company of the Philippines. It is said to be a low-risk and moderately high-return passive investment vehicle.


(1) COMPOUNDED INTEREST OPTION – Guaranteed 8% Interest Per Annum

Sample Investment: P1,000,000
                                     In 10 Years, your money is P2,158,925*
                                     In 25 Years, your money is P6,848,475*
                                     In 50 Years, your money is P46,901,613*

Minimum Investment: P1 million
Offer ends on November 2, 2006

(2) MONTHLY INTEREST INCOME OPTION – Guaranteed 10% Interest Per Annum for 5 Years

Sample Investment: P1,000,000
                                     P1M X 10% p.a. = P100,000*
                                     P100,000 / 12 months = P8,333.33* every month for 5                                      years                                     

Total Income in 5 Years: P500,000*

Minimum Investment: P500,000

** Actual figures will depend on the age of the investor. The actual figures can be seen if you request for a proposal.

The Term Plus product is exempt from withholding and estate taxes. The principal is said to be insured through the use of reinsurance companies.

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6 thoughts on “National Life Insurance Company’s Term Plus Products: 8% and 10% p.a.”

  1. I have life insurance with your company but I have not, for so long, have been able to update it because I lost my policy. Can you please look it up for me if it is still existing? Thank you for your assistance.

    Efren D. Tayag

  2. 3-7-08
    I am insure with the Nation Life Insurance Company of the Philippines and I know my insurance policy is active however I don’t know when my premium, payment is due as I have not received any bill yet. I tried getting in touch with my insurance agent but I have not received any reply yet. My worry is that she has my insurance policy yet since I changed my beneficiary when my mother died.
    Please help.
    Thank you.
    Edwin E. Liwanag, MD

  3. I realized my email address I gave in my previous letter was wrong. Kindly make the necessary corrections.
    Thank You.
    Edwin E. Liwanag,MD

  4. you should always get a life insurance if you can afford one coz you really don’t know when you are going to die ,


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