With-Profits Policy


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With-Profits Policy

A chiefly British and Commonwealth term for a participating policy.
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The Financial Ombudsman eventually decided that Angus was right - a with-profits policy is a medium to long-term investment which is unsuitable for an 80-year-old man who might want to take his money out at short notice.
I have been paying into it for 15 years, but it is a with-profits policy. What happens if the same thing that went wrong with Equitable Life goes wrong with them?
AIF you have a with-profits policy you'd be daft to cash it in as you'll forfeit the substantial terminal bonus paid out on maturity.
Sarah Wilson, a director of the FSA and insurance sector leader, said: "Without ongoing advice, consumers might not be able to make properly informed decisions about their with-profits policy.
Anyone taking out a with-profits policy from yesterday onwards will not be entitled to participate in demutualisation benefits.
It makes sense to have a with-profits policy with them."
QDoes this mean my with-profits policy will be converted to shares?
'By smoothing the return through both good and bad, a with-profits policy reduces the very real dangers of mistiming an investment decision.
It is the case that a with-profits policy may not be the most cost-effective way of saving and alternatives should be considered.
A pension; A with-profits policy. Each of these would then be effectively approved products.