Estate Planning and Insurance: Does Premium Financing Make Sense?
by Peter Katt
Typically, this idea is targeted toward those individuals who are buying life insurance that is associated with their estate planning: They have substantial assets and are probably in their 60s or older. The life insurance policies are almost always owned by irrevocable trusts or similar entities, and the financing arrangements are negotiated with lending institutions by either the insurance marketers or the individuals purchasing the policy.
In this article
- How It Works
- Using a Participating Whole Life Policy
- Using a No-Lapse Premium-Guarantee Policy
- Other Issues
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According to some of the major marketers, there are two primary reasons to consider premium financing:
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