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    What You Need to Know About IUL Insurance Policy Loans

    Posted by Lori Fogle on Wed, Dec 16, 2020 @ 12:00 PM

    If an indexed universal life (IUL) insurance policy is structured properly, loans could be one of the most important features of an IUL for the right person and right circumstances. 

    And it could be especially important right now as  clients may be looking for extra sources of income -- wondering what they own and how they can access it. 

    One source they may not have considered is an IUL. The distributions from an IUL can be a tax-friendly way to access money when a client needs it. However, there are many nuances to IUL loans and it’s extremely important to understand all the ins and outs before speaking to your client.

    In this post, we’ll cover what you need to know about IUL loans so that you can help clients decide if this might be a good option for them. 


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    Tags: IUL (indexed universal life insurance), policy loans

    Should Your Client Take Fixed or Variable Loans?

    Posted by Jason Konopik on Mon, Aug 08, 2016 @ 05:07 PM

    Life insurance provides valuable protection for loved ones. While the primary purpose of pure life insurance protection is to provide a death benefit, many cash-value products offer "living benefits" that you can take advantage of during your lifetime. One major living benefit of cash-value life insurance is access to the cash values in times of need, such as to help pay for a child's education or to help fund retirement.

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    Tags: IUL (indexed universal life insurance), policy loans

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