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Since the start of the website, the members have earned 127.60% (i.e. 10% p.a.).
Example 5

Paul, 48, widower

“My handicapped daughter is my priority”

Paul lost his wife in an accident and now needs to take care of his handicapped daughter. He is worried about what would happen to her if he were to die suddenly. How would she be able to support herself? And if he were to leave her capital as an inheritance, how could he be sure that no one would take advantage of her weakness? He would particularly like to be able to leave her more than the law allows, but without his two other children (able-bodied and with successful careers) knowing about it. Why not give her special treatment, because she is weak, when the others are managing very well? Having assessed all the various options open to him, Paul discovered that none is as secure and as well remunerated as ETERNITY FUNDS. He therefore invested $160 000 in ETERNITY FUNDS so that his daughter would be entitled to at least $1 276 a month (this sum will increase gradually because the account is set up in capitalisation mode: for example, after five years, Paul’s daughter will be entitled to an annuity of $2 055).


 
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