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You should think of Savings for Child’s Future if you wish to make it easier for your child to get good education or start an independent life.
The State encourages this saving method and applies tax rebates for accumulative life insurance premiums. Therefore, every year you will be able to benefit from the rebate on the income tax of individuals, and recover up to 20 % of the total premiums paid.* The maximum amount of the tax premiums paid per year from which the tax payer can recover 20 % is EUR 1500.
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Savings for Child’s Future is a good saving solution:
Upon conclusion of the Secure Child Fund Contract, an investment strategy tailored to your needs and accumulation term will be selected. Normally, investment strategy at the beginning of accumulation is more risky to enable your fund to earn money. Afterwards the risk is gradually reduced to preserve the accumulated funds.
At the beginning of the Contract term more risk is assumed by investing into equities (shares). Then the investment risk is gradually reduced by transferring part of the investment to bonds. This provides more security for the accumulated amount at the end of the term.
Your payments will be allocated for the following investments:
Allocation for global equities is a high-risk long-term investment. By allocating funds for this investment one may expect both higher return and greater value fluctuations. The majority of the investments are made in equities in the developed markets, with the remaining part going to equities in the developing markets. The results are more stable in the course of change of economic cycles based on the stability of developed regions and the growth potential of developing countries. Click here for more information.
Allocation for medium-term bonds is a low-risk investment for the period of 5 to 7 years. Less fluctuation in value and lower return can be expected in case of this allocation. Investments are made in the euro area government bonds with a maturity of 5 to 7 years. This is an allocation with the unit value reflecting the average rate of return, i. e. the 5 to 7 year‘s term euro area bond index. Click here for more information.
Allocation for short-term bonds is a low-risk investment for the period of 1 to 3 years. Less fluctuation in value and lower return can be expected in case of this allocation. Investments are made in the euro area government bonds with a maturity of 1 to 3 years. This is an allocation with the unit value reflecting the 1 to 3 year‘s term euro area bond index. Click here for more information.
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Watch a brief instruction on how to pay an additional insurance premium to the Safe Child Fund if the agreement has been concluded by a person other than you.
You want to terminate contract it can be done at the branches of the bank or via internet bank having previously called Consultation Centre. Before you do that please take into account, that:
If you have any question or hesitation regarding your insurance agreement or disbursement of accumulated savings, you are kindly invited to call us 1884, send us an email email@example.com or book a consultation via our internet bank to the nearest „Swedbank“ branch.
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In case of any doubt in our answer, you always have the right to apply to the Supervision Service of the Bank of Lithuania: correspondence address: Žalgirio g. 90, LT-09303 Vilnius. The description of the detailed procedure of dispute settlement is available on the website of the Bank of Lithuania.
This is a way to accumulate an additional pension for yourself and to have a guaranteed financially secure old age.
Private Portfolio is for people who appreciate their time and convenience in making investments.
Safe Child Fund is a unit-linked life insurance service provided by Swedbank Life Insurance SE Lithuania Branch through its representative Swedbank, AB.
Secure Child Fund is a unit-linked life insurance service where the investment risk is assumed by the policyholder.
Please note that the investment value of the contract may either increase or decrease depending on the actual yield of investments. The insurer does not provide guarantees of yield on investments and accumulated investment value.
The insurer will pay the guaranteed amount provided that the contract remains in effect until the end of the terms and the investment value of the contract is lower than the guaranteed amount as of the end of the term of the contract.
The information provided may not be treated as the insurer‘s recommendation to choose this service; you are responsible for your choice, therefore, prior to deciding on the entering into the unit-linked life insurance contract you should familiarise yourself with the detailed information contained in the insurance rules, descriptions of investment allocations and other information published on www.swedbank.lt.
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