Episode #188: How an IUL Earned a $1 Million Index Credit


The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many Americans to buy life insurance for the first time. With several life insurance policies on the market, it can be confusing to know how much and what type of policy is best for your financial situation. According to a survey by Life Happens and LIMRA, confusion over what to buy is one of the top reasons people give for not having life insurance. Whether it’s a mortgage that needs to be paid, children who will need to be supported, or a legacy you want to leave, a financial advisor is fully prepared to discuss what needs can be covered with life insurance.

In this episode of Money Script Monday, Kevin dispels the 3 life insurance myths that discourage retirees from exploring the benefits of an IUL policy and reviews an in-force contract to show you the growth potential behind an index interest credit.

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About Kevin Nuber

Kevin Nuber is the Vice President of Field Support at LifePro. He coaches hundreds of financial professionals on how to build effective financial strategies that achieve their clients' long term goals and helps them stay educated on the latest industry trends.


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