The triple threat stance in basketball is when a player can choose from three moves: shoot, drive or pass. It allows the offense to adapt to whatever the defense throws their way – versatility that spells danger for an opponent.
But apply that same versatility to a permanent life insurance policy with a long-term care rider and you have an attractive deal.
Most people understand the need for Life Insurance Coverage – whether you’re protecting your family, business interests or supplementing retirement income.
But now some companies are adding additional value with a benefit towards possible long-term care needs – providing viable options to leverage your dollars no matter what life throws your way.
Let’s take a look at a hypothetical, healthy, 40-year-old male who contributes $500 a month into a whole life insurance policy with the long-term care rider funded over 25 years. In this scenario, the rider on the policy is only 4% of the premium!
Keep in mind that these policies can be structured many ways. Depending on your clients’ needs, they can favor cash value, death benefit or the long-term care option.
Contact your Life Insurance Specialist for detailed information about a plan that meets your client’s needs and budget.
*Numbers are based on current dividend rates
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