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EIUL Equity Indexed Universal Life - A Unique Insurance Opportunity

Are your assets working for you in the most tax efficient way? Are your assets properly leveraged to take advantage of maximum opportunity? Are you accepting unnecessary risk with your life insurance or retirement account?

If you are searching for a way to accumulate tax deferred cash values that may be accessed tax free in the future, then indexed universal life may provide the direction you need to insure a better future.

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What is Equity Indexed Universal Life Insurance?
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Equity Indexed How an Equity Indexed Universal Life Policy Works
Equity Indexed Selecting the Appropriate Indexed Life Insurance Policy
Equity Indexed Life Insurance Tax Advantages

What is Equity Indexed Universal Life Insurance?

Equity indexed life insurance, like all permanent life insurance, currently offers three distinct tax advantages that in combination are not found in any other insurance or cash accumulation product.

1. Tax deferred accumulation of cash values
2. Potential for tax managed income for retirement or college planning
3. Tax free proceeds transferable at death

Equity indexed universal life insurance offers a unique combination of affordable life insurance with the ability to accumulate cash values that grow with the upward movement of a stock index without the normal downside risk associated with the equities market. Combine the benefits of upside cash value growth potential with the tax deferred benefits associated with life insurance and a minimum guaranteed interest rate and you have an optimum vehicle for accumulating cash.

Whether you objective is to obtain a flexible low cost life insurance policy, to maximize retirement income in the most tax efficient way or to provide liquidity in estate planning, equity indexed life insurance can help you reach your family and business objectives. Learn More...

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Compare Life Insurance Options
Before comparing life insurance policy options, you must first evaluate your current circumstances and overall goals and objectives and how they relate to the different types of policies available. Things like your current age, income level, debt load, savings and investments, family structure, career goals, health issues, retirement plans and business needs among others must be identified. After a careful review of your existing situation and what is important to you, the purpose of the insurance can be identified and you can begin to realistically consider your insurance alternatives. Learn More...


How an Equity Indexed Universal Life Policy Works
Equity-indexed universal life insurance works very similar to atraditional universal life insurance policy with the exception that the equity indexed policy allows an individual to allocate excess premium payments to an account indirectly linked to the movements of a stock index. Learn More...

Selecting the right Indexed Life Insurance Policy
When selecting an equity-index universal life insurance policy, there are a number of things you should consider before buying a policy. Don’t make a decision based on what an individual insurance agent says without thoroughly investigating all potential options. Learn More...


Life Insurance Tax Advantages
Life insurance has a unique combination of tax advantages including tax deferred growth of cash values, tax free income via withdrawals and policy loans, and tax free death benefits. This combination of attributes is not found in any other cash accumulation insurance product. Learn More...

 

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