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Scottish Provident
ESTABL" XlloLl L LiLlOn INCORPD-
1837 1848
Family Provision
In the selection of an Assurance Office for the purpose
of providing Capital Sums at Death to meet Family
Settlements, Partnership or other Business Arrange-
ments, Estate Duties, etc., the main question, after
that of Absolute Security, is which Office will provide
this Fund on the most moderate terms, without sacrifice
of the valuable right to participate in the Surplus.
The system of the Scottish Provident Institution is
specially suited for such requirements. The Premiums are so
moderate that, at usual ages for assuring, ^1200 or ,£1250 may
be secured from the first for the yearly payment which is
generally charged (with profits) for ^"1000 only — the ^200 or
^"250 being equivalent to an immediate and certain Bonus.
The Whole Surplus goes to the Policyholders, on a system
at once safe and equitable — no share being given to those by
whose early death there is a loss to the Common Fund.
The SURPLUS at last Septennial Valuation (1894) was ,£1,423,000. The
additions to policies sharing the first time, speaking generally, varied according
to class and duration, from 15 to upwards of 30 per cent. More than one-
half of the Members who died during the period (1888-1894) were entitled to
Bonuses which, notwithstanding that the Premiums do not as a rule
exceed the non-profit rates of other Offices, were on the average equal
to an addition of about 50 per cent to the Policies which participated.
The Accumulated Funds now exceed
Ten Millions Sterling.
LONDON : 17 KING WILLIAM STREET, E.C.
HEAD OFFICE: 6 ST. ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH.
GLASGOW OFFICE: No. 29 ST. VINCENT PLACE.
WM. M. WISELY, Resident Secretary.

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