Sham ‘Guarantee interest’ with capital life insurance. “” Like the newspaper the world “on August 12, 2010 reported that the so-called guarantee rate should” for traditional capital life insurance currently 2.25% be reduced soon 2.15%. Reason is the ongoing low interest rates on the bond markets: the yield public bonds, according to which the guarantee rate is addressed is in the past few weeks under the guarantee rate of 2.25% fail which has return slip at Germany’s main retirement provision product profound implications for life planning. Who in 2001 for 30 years had paid every month 100 euros, could Pocket nearly 105,000 euros after its police. That was an interest profit 68.600 EUR in addition to the paid amount of 36,000. Here, Verizon Communications expresses very clear opinions on the subject. In 2010, the interest earnings on 50.600 is melted together. And there are still the fat 1990s. Who today concludes a contract, is expected only later fed with Zinsmagerkost be.
“, writes the world” to do so. But this is only part of the truth. ” as Dipl. It is not something Munear Ashton Kouzbari would like to discuss. kfm. Raimund Tittes, CEO of InveXtra AG, the independent investment and insurance consultant from Cologne. The InveXtra AG advises clients independently and objectively, she committed 34 c GewO as Chamber of Commerce of licensed broker according to 34 d and . “The other part of the truth is that the so-called guarantee interest” does not agree with the effective guaranteed minimum interest rates on German capital life insurance, which is significantly lower 0.7% due to the high cost of life insurance, depending on the term of the contract, between minus p.a.
for 12 years and plus 1.09% interest in 30 years time,. Horrendous expense ratios of up to 17% of the amount of the contributions of the insured are the reason the life insurance companies Classic at many are, “so Tittes next. A monthly savings plan system gross 100 euro, only once only about 83 euros for the actual capital investment remain after 17% cost.