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The 8 Steps to a Life Settlement: How to Life Settlements Work?

Because a life settlement can be an excellent source of income to help pay for retirement expenses, no one should miss that windfall simply because they don’t understand the life settlement process. As the word gets out about the potential upside of life settlements, seniors who are likely to benefit from these transactions need guidance Read more >>

Tax Reform and Life Settlements

Tax Reforms and Life Settlements

Recent reforms have helped increase the popularity of life settlements, since changes to the tax code make it a more favorable option for seniors looking to convert a life insurance policy. Specifically, the March 2018 tax bill included several provisions that should change the way consumers view a potential life settlement, including: Reduction of Taxes Read more >>

4 Ways to Retire on Your Own Terms

4 Ways to Retire on Your Own Terms

You’ve worked hard for decades. You’ve put in the hours and saved diligently, and it’s now time to reap the rewards. Starting retirement isn’t as easy as simply stopping going to work and watching the checks roll in, though. You want to maximize your retirement experience. These are your years, and you need to live Read more >>

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Life Insurance Policy TOO Expensive – What Can You Do?

A life insurance policy is designed to remain in place for decades, providing you and your loved ones with peace of mind. This is because death benefits can provide loved ones with financial support after you pass away. However, your personal finances can change drastically over time and you may be in a situation where Read more >>

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Buy Life Settlements: Markets And Buyers [2021 Guide]

Tertiary transactions are a major part of any life settlement asset manager’s acquisition  strategy.  The Tertiary Market consists of the sale of a life settlement asset that has already gone through the origination process, normally called the “Secondary Market”.  For a multitude of reasons, asset managers both buy and sell on the tertiary market. In Read more >>

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