Can A Life Insurance Policy Be Sold As An Asset?

A life insurance policy has benefits other than paying death benefits. 

Parker Preferred Insurance here are alternatives to investing in the stock market in the Dallas and McKinney, TX area. It was observed by investors that the stock market crash in 2009 did not cause significant financial damage to the value of permanent or fixed life insurance policies. Investors were made aware of this fact and considered the attractiveness of life insurance as an investment strategy and considered adding life insurance to their portfolio.

Permanent life insurance not only holds its value but there is growth in its cash value over time, which can result in a higher return rate than on bonds. On the other hand, the value of a permanent life insurance policy will be affected by any lowering of its credit rating which would cause a downgrading in the value of the insurance company’s investments. As a result, Insurance companies, as an investment strategy, may limit their risks by avoiding residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS).

Investors are now considering life insurance policies as life settlements (aka senior settlements) which are treated as assets that can be sold. The policy owner, whose life circumstances have changed, can sell his or her life insurance for a lump sum payment, thus exchanging a death benefit for a living benefit. The payment is less than its death benefit value but exceeds its cash surrender value. The policy owner sells his life insurance for a lump sum payment, thus exchanging a death benefit for a living benefit. The investor’s return on investment is when the policyholder has passed.

The agents of Parker Preferred Insurance in McKinney, TX not only will guide you to protect your loved ones but will also provide creative insight into other benefits of a life insurance policy. Please call us to have your questions answered and to get a quote!