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with-profits

adj
(Banking & Finance) finance (of an insurance policy, investment, etc) paying a bonus linked to the issuing company's annual profits
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with-profits

[ˈwɪθˈprɒfɪts] ADJ with-profits endowment assuranceseguro m dotal con beneficios
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with-profits

adj policy etcmit Gewinnbeteiligung
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HM Treasury on Tuesday said that the UK government has confirmed that it will make ex-gratia payments by next week to those Equitable Life With-Profits policy holders whose annuity began before 1 September 1992.
Before any investor dumps a with-profits policy, says Connolly, they should get it examined by a financial advisor.
"Bonus rates may be only one component of the returns on a with-profits policy, so policyholders should consider what guarantees apply to their policy before deciding to surrender it.
Angus had bought a with-profits policy when he turned 80 after talking to an independent financial adviser.
The windfalls will be largest for people who took out a with-profits policy a long time ago and have invested significant sums in it since.
A A WITH-profits policy should be viewed as a medium- to long-term investment of at least five years.
Norman says: "Shares go up and down, but a with-profits policy is not reliant on the stock market.
Whatever happens, only with-profits policy holders (some with mortgages, others with pensions) own the company and would benefit.
ALTHOUGH Norwich Union with-profits policy holders can contemplate a windfall of pounds 2.1bn to be added to 1.1m policies in instalments over the next three years, Andy Mossack, at AAP, says policyholders shouldn't just dump their policy with the parent company Aviva after the top-up.
The payouts apply to people who have held a with-profits policy since before the society demutualised on July 10 last year and who still held their investment at yesterday's date.
He ended up with a with-profits policy - arguably the least suitable product, for four reasons.
But anyone taking out a with-profits policy from yesterday onwards will not.