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Investing in the future

Time flies and savings and investments can build up quickly over a short amount of time. For example, if you invested €10,000 in Zurich's Balanced Fund from 1 January 2003 until 31 December 2017, you could now have €19,657, and if you had invested €75,000 during the same period, you could now have €147,427*.

Many people put their money in a deposit account and they get a slow and predictable rate of growth. But by investing that money there is the potential for funds to grow the value of your investment faster... sometimes a lot faster.

Choosing which funds to invest in is a big decision and we are here to help you every step of the way. Whether it's deciding what your attitude to risk is, the type of asset class you want to invest in or how you want your fund to be managed, we have different types of funds with varying levels of risk and return.

Starting a savings plan today can help you prepare for your future and look forward to those big and small events in life. Call our financial planning team on 1850 804 070 or find a financial broker in your area to get started.

The value of savings growth with Zurich's Balanced Fund

Years investment plan started Lump sum amount invested
€10,000 €20,000 €75,000
2003 €19,657 €39,314 €147,426
2013 €13,636 €27,270 €102,266

*Figures are based on an investment lump sum of €10,000, €20,000 or €75,000 from 1 January 2003 or 2013 until 31 December 2017. Figures are based on an investment in the Zurich Life Balanced Fund and assume an allocation rate of 100.0% and an annual management charge of 1.0%. There is a 1% government levy that applies to these contributions and is included in the contributions shown. Exit tax of 41% applies.

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Warning: Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance.
Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
Warning: If you invest in these products you may lose some or all of the money you invest.