I support Ash's institutional platform for MassMutual & Northwestern Mutual advisors — from pre‐sale conversations until the policy is placed. I have more than 30 years of experience with the sales and marketing of insurance products in multiple roles and distribution channels. When I am not helping advisors, my passion is my son who is in college studying Criminal Justice and Forensics. I also love volunteering at Lockets Meadow Animal Rescue Sanctuary located in Bethany, CT.
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A charitable lead trust (CLT) is a “split-interest” trust with both an income and remainder beneficiary. The trust makes distributions to a qualified charity for either a specific term or the life of an individual. Upon death, remaining assets are distributed to the donor’s beneficiaries.
With flexible funding options, uncapped indices and and downside protection to eliminate market losses, IUL offers more than just a death benefit. Use the example in this flier to discover how to drive meaningful returns for your clients.
Knowing the restrictions and requirements for linked benefit solution underwriting can be a challenge. But this quick reference guide can get you started. By identifying the most common ineligible conditions, you can easily determine if your clients can continue with the process.
Unlike individuals, businesses are not subject to age-based limitations that determine if a long-term care policy is tax-deductible. Even if a company is set up as an S-corp, partnership or sole proprietorship, LTC policies have key tax savings that businesses shouldn’t overlook.
Most group coverage plans pay a percentage of the employee's salary based on the program's coverage limits. These benefits are also taxable, reducing the percentage of covered income. Make your client's income protection whole by adding individual coverage to their group plan.
Do you know anyone sitting on their existing nonqualified annuity even though they do not need it for income during retirement? See how this couple transferred their nonqualified annuity to a linked benefit annuity to pay for long-term care.
An executive income protection carve-out program might be just the thing for your business owner clients to consider when exploring employee retention strategies. It not only helps the executive in the case of an injury or illness, but it also gives the business a boost if they need to call in extra help.
Do you know anyone with a whole life policy that could be repositioned? Learn how this client used her existing whole life policy that she purchased to grow cash value to leave a legacy and protect herself against future long-term care costs.
A Restricted Bonus Plan is a combination of three planning tools: a Section 162 bonus plan, a restricted endorsement and an employment contract. The combination of these elements creates an attractive benefit for key employees while providing the employer with control.
Fluidless, accelerated, express, simplified – no matter the words you use, one thing is certain: More and more insurance companies are offering streamlined underwriting processes. This cheat sheet will give you an overview of the programs available and if your clients qualify.
Buy-sell agreements are frequently funded with life insurance, assuring that if an owner dies, the surviving family has a buyer with the cash to pay a fair price. Whether it's as stock redemption or cross-purchase agreement, it will help remaining owners retain control of the business.
Each business stage requires a different focus and set of tools and strategies to help business owners accomplish their goals. From startup, through growth, maturity and eventually business transfer, we can help you identify the issues you should be discussing with your client.