Our hosts are back in this episode of The Prosperity Podcast to answer all of your life insurance questions. “No BS Money Guy,” Todd Strobel, and best-selling financial author, Kim D. H. Butler instruct listeners in Life Insurance 101.
Answering common questions, Kim and Todd clarify differences between types of life insurance, and give listeners sound insurance advice. They explain the many different ways we can use life insurance, and which types are the most ideal for different situations. This truly is a life (insurance) lesson you won’t want to miss!
“It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it.” – Joseph, Joubert
Should You “Buy Term and Invest the Difference”?
In a recent comment from a reader on a post about Universal Life Insurance and Indexed Universal Life (IUL), a reader left a comment containing many common life insurance lies and misunderstandings. Since these misleading ideas are out there all over the internet, we thought we’d use this as an opportunity to address them, point by point.
“I bought a new life insurance policy but the small print is impossible to understand. All I´m sure of is that after I die, I can stop paying.”
Do You Want to Stop Paying Your Life Insurance Premiums?
What happens if you own a whole life policy and you don’t want to keep paying the premiums, but don’t want the policy to lapse? Or when you can’t afford the premiums any longer, but still want coverage?
If payments are stopped without altering the policy or communicating with the insurance company, you could lose the policy, just like a homeowner can go into foreclosure if they stop making mortgage payments.
But there are other options to simply letting a policy lapse! These options are well-worth considering, especially because:
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