Why You Should Avoid Investor-Initiated Life Insurance
by Peter Katt
Throughout the country wealthy seniors altruistic instincts are being tapped by a life insurance marketing scheme that the Wall Street Journals Rachel Emma Silverman has coined investor-initiated life insurance.
While it may sound intriguing, this is something that you want to avoid, for reasons that will become clear once you understand exactly how it is structured.
In this article
- The Enticement
- How It Works
- Who Buys These Policies?
- The End Results: Litigation
- Who Pays the Price?
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