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As clients age, their insurance needs change based on life events. From foundation to final expenses, this timeline will help you quickly guide a conversation and identify opportunities based on different life stages including protection, foundation, accumulation and legacy.
There's no "one size fits all" answer for deciding who should own a life insurance policy that is being used for estate planning purposes. But, these considerations can help you compare beneficiary-owned and trust-owned policies to get the discussion started.
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.
We’re committed to keeping term life insurance straightforward and simple. And for term insurance, one of the best ways to do that is to let your clients know what to expect. Here’s what you’ll need to find out from your client to submit a case through Ash Term Express.
Life changes. Constantly. Has your client's life insurance coverage changed with it? Does their existing life insurance coverage meet their current needs? This rack-card-style guide to the Ash Life Audit helps clients consider if now is a good time to have you review their policy.
Sometimes the hardest part of starting a conversation is expressing the need. This piece outlines the industry improvements and personal and policy reasons to perform a life insurance policy review through the Ash Life Audit platform. No cost — just certainty in uncertain times.
A permanent life insurance policy could be one of the most valuable assets your clients own. You can be confident their policy is performing to its full potential with the comprehensive Ash Life Audit. This piece provides a brief overview of the benefits and the audit process.
Unique businesses need unique plans, which includes creating plans that allow business owners to fund retirement. Use this reference sheet to learn three strategies to monetize a closely held business and the advantages and disadvantages for each approach.
Answer the question "How much life insurance do I need". With this simple form, it's easy to know how much life insurance to quote. It will help you start a conversation around income need, expenses and assets, to quickly estimate their life insurance needs.
Sometimes it can take a little preparation to help an insurance carrier see the worth of a key person. By understanding what carriers are looking for, it’s possible to justify high face amounts on key person policies. This article will guide you through financial underwriting justification.
Clients who are philanthropic often own IRAs or other qualified retirement assets which carry potential tax problems. Naming a charity as the beneficiary of an IRA or including an irrevocable life insurance trust (ILIT) may provide a more tax-efficient wealth preservation plan.
Many things keep business owners up at night, including taxation and protecting against the loss of key employees. Corporate-owned life insurance (COLI) can help with both. In this solution, we'll look at COLI as an institutionally priced cash value life insurance product.