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Will You Pay Taxes When Selling Your Life Insurance Policy?

Apr 14, 2021 6:45:00 AM / by LISA posted in Life Insurance, selling life insurance policy, taxes

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If you’ve recently received a life insurance settlement or are planning to in the near future, you may be wondering how taxes may impact your proceeds, if they do at all. With the intricacies surrounding U.S. tax law, understanding how taxes and life settlements are related is incredibly important. In this blog, we will teach you everything you need to know about how you may be affected as a beneficiary of a life insurance settlement. 

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What You Should Know About Life Settlements

Mar 25, 2021 12:30:00 PM / by LISA posted in Hidden Asset, life settlement, Life Insurance Settlements

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Life settlements can be a complicated industry to understand for those new to the practice. However, the number of life insurance policies nationwide continues to grow year after year. According to PolicyGenius, about 54% of Americans are currently holding policies. For this reason, it’s important to understand what your options are pertaining to life settlements and how to explain it to a family member or loved one without a policy.

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Debunking Myths of Life Insurance & Life Settlements

Feb 17, 2021 8:00:00 AM / by LISA posted in life settlement, Life Insurance Settlements, Life Insurance Settlement, Life Insurance

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Many misconceptions exist about the life insurance industry, as well as life settlements. According to a 2021 study performed by PolicyGenius, just over half of Americans currently hold some form of life insurance. With the majority of the population taking up this investment, it’s important that policyholders understand all of their options as it pertains to the matter. In this blog, we’ll highlight some of the most common myths associated with life insurance and settlements. 

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The Purpose and Benefits of Life Settlement Options

Jan 13, 2021 10:41:00 AM / by LISA posted in life settlement, Life Insurance Settlement, Viatical Settlement

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Life insurance is purchased with the purpose of providing financial security for your loved ones in the event you are no longer around to provide for them. The primary purpose of a life insurance policy is to furnish a steady stream of income for your family when you pass. This amount of money can also be used to pay off any medical bills from treatments you might have received. There are many times that this stream of money needs to last for a lifetime. Life insurance is an elective that many people are provided an option through their work - similar to health insurance. However, if it is not offered to you there are many organizations you can purchase life insurance through. 

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Explaining Life Settlements - What Policyholders Need to Know

Dec 17, 2020 7:30:00 AM / by LISA posted in life settlement, Life Insurance Settlements

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Do you have a life insurance policy that you’re about to let lapse? Maybe you’re thinking about surrendering the policy for its cash value. Are you 65 years or older?

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What is a Viatical Settlement?

Oct 13, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by LISA posted in Viatical Settlement

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Surprisingly, viatical settlements are not as well-known as they should be. Many people, despite possibly benefitting from the choice to arrange for a viatical settlement, don’t know about them or discuss them. Nevertheless, a viatical settlement is a lucrative arrangement for people suffering from a terminal disease. These people are able to sell their life insurance policy at discounted rates and obtain cash, which can help with financial hardships or other needs. Buyers cash in the policy’s full amount after the death of its original owner. While distinct from life settlements, viatical settlements are also a useful asset for people in specific situations.

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Life Insurance as an Asset

Sep 16, 2020 1:01:07 PM / by LISA posted in Hidden Asset, Life Insurance

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On the surface, life insurance seems like a straightforward type of insurance policy. But could it be a financial asset? That depends on the type of life insurance policy, as well as your perspective. Some types of life insurance, as well as several other insurance types with cash value components, count as assets. This should be kept in mind for many events, such as divorce and other legal proceedings, but also because they may aid you in obtaining financial security when and if it is ever necessary.  

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What Is A Life Settlement?

Aug 28, 2020 9:44:09 AM / by LISA posted in Alternatives to Lapsing or Surrendering

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A life settlement is the sale of an existing life insurance policy to a third party for more than its cash surrender value but less than its net death benefit. In a life settlement transaction, the policy’s owner transfers ownership of the policy to the buyer in exchange for an immediate cash payment and, in some instances, a reduced interest in the death benefit for the policy’s beneficiaries.

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Life Insurance Settlement Association Unveils Focus on Legislative Affairs and Announces New Board of Directors at 25th Annual Fall Life Settlement Conference

Oct 21, 2019 12:00:00 AM / by LISA

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Nashville, Tenn. — October 15, 2019 — The Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA), the oldest and largest trade association representing members of the life settlement industry, hosted its 25th Annual Fall Life Settlement & Compliance Conference this week in Nashville and rolled out an aggressive strategy for encouraging legislation that protects a consumer’s right to sell a life insurance policy.

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8th Annual Life Settlement Institutional Investor Conference

Feb 2, 2018 1:55:00 PM / by LISA

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LISA’s Life Settlement Institutional Investor Conference is the hallmark event that brings together professionals from pension funds, hedge funds, family offices, foundations and endowments for updates on the latest developments in the life insurance secondary market. To register now, please click here.
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