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Episode Info: s” in 10 years, so I won’t see a cent of the Boost Accelerator, but I would have scored on fees. Again, I’m sure my financial advisor is claiming some kind of fee, but I don’t know what. Kristia will understand my feeling of "Is die kool die sous werd?" If I take the knock and move the Discovery Retirement Optimiser RA to 10X, I’ll be able to catch up the losses in fees before retirement and don’t have to worry about matching my life insurance premium, blah blah. I’ll keep the Discovery Core RA, because I don’t pay fees, and threaten my financial advisor to take my business elsewhere if he doesn’t tell me exactly what his fee for this policy is. Would you agree? Brecht Would it maybe be better to make the policy paid up and just leave it and then open up a new one or is it still worth moving it? "Shareholder fee is calculated as 10% of gross investment growth (before management fee and tax). Although it is called a shareholder fee, these days we refer to it as a growth fee, calculated on the growth of the portfolio. Below are the ongoing fees on the policy: Policy Fee = R26.82 pm Allocation charge = 10.25% of each premium"  .........
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