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Free life insurance from your employer is a sweet deal. Here Are 5 Things Your Missing when going through your employer option that could jeopardize your family long term.Read More
The general function of life insurance is to create a sum of money payable at the death. When used to fund your buy-sell agreement, life insurance will create a sum of money at your death to buy your business interest from your family.Read More
Life insurance is not only an important component of a personal financial plan, it plays a key role in the financial stability of a business. Life insurance can keep a business going should the owner die or a key employee.Read More
Life insurance is one means for you, the employer, to finance an employer-sponsored retirement plan. As a source of funding, life insurance offers several advantages. It ensures that funds will be available to pay benefits at each...Read More
Corporate-owned life insurance (COLI) is a type of policy that a corporation/employer, can own on the life of one or more of its employees. In addition to owning the policy, the corporation is also the policy's beneficiary.Read More
In general, a death benefit-only (DBO) plan is one form of a group carve-out plan. An employer uses a group carve-out plan to remove highly compensated employees from the company's group term life insurance plan and obtains individual...Read More
Business succession planning should solidify the continuity structure for your business, whatever your wishes may be, while estate planning allows the opportunity to carry out your wishes for all of your assets (business and otherwise)...Read More