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Time flies and savings can build up quickly over a short amount of time. For example, if you saved €150 a month for 10 years, from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2019, you could have €18,000, but if you saved that same amount in Zurich's Balanced Fund you could now have €23,297*.

Most people put their savings into a regular savings or deposit account that can give a predictable rate of interest. But when you invest your money in a fund it has the potential to grow faster. The higher the potential for growth, the riskier the fund, and your investment could go up or down.

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The value of savings growth with Zurich's Balanced Fund*

Year savings plan started Amount saved each month
€75 pm €150 pm €300 pm
2010 €11,649 €23,297 €45,594
2011 €10,155 €20,310 €40,621
2012 €8,784 €17,568 €35,135
2013 €7,397 €14,794 €28,589
2014 €6,126 €12,251 €24,502
2015 €4,958 €9,916 €19,833

*Figures based on a monthly contribution of €75, €150 or €300 per month starting between January 1 2010 and January 1 2015 and paying until 31 December 2019. 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.

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.
Warning: This product may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.

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