Life Strategies grants wealthy families the ability to leverage a life insurance policy that provides liquidity needed for estate taxes. Pledging collateral in lieu of paying premiums and interest offers families many benefits:
Minimizes out of pocket expenses
Maintain control of assets and cash flow
Minimize opportunity costs associated with payments
Minimize gift taxes
Life Strategies is designed to perserve liquidity and save you substantially more money compared to paying for premiums out of pocket.
Long Term Care
Long term care insurance coverage helps to cover the cost of long term care providers and support services as you age. Policies are comprehensive and typically allow you to use your daily benefit in a variety of setting, including:
Adult day service centers
Assisted living facilities
Policies can also cover some homemaker services, such as meal preparation or housekeeping as long as it is in conjunction with the personal care services you receive.
Life insurance is an asset that requires the same consideration and review as all your other investments. A life settlement is the sale of a life insurance policy to a third party in excess of the policy’s cash surrender value,but less than it’s death benefit. Benefits of Life Settlement may include:
Preserving a quality of living by receiving a higher cash payout than the cash surrender value
Relief from premium payments on unneeded or unaffordable life insurance
Peace of mind, relief and dignity with additional funds to supplement retirement
Have the ability to fund long-term care
More options and choices selecting doctors and healthcare facilities
Life settlement can offer a far better choice and option to changing needs than simply lapsing or surrendering an unwanted, unneeded or unaffordable life insurance policy.
“One size does not fit all. Too many people in this industry attempt to fit everyone into the same category. That is mistake number one. If we don’t take the time to listen to each individual’s personal concerns and objectives, we are not doing our best for our clients. Once we fully understand those concerns and objectives, we can then begin to guide our clients appropriately. Affluent people have substantially more complicated financial concerns than the general population. That’s just a fact. Especially now, with the new tax law changes.”