Episode #222: How to Protect Your Wealth From Illustration Manipulation


As consumers, it is common sense to pay attention to the price tag and fine print when purchasing products, especially down to the bottom line. However, when it comes to shopping for a life insurance policy, one should take specific precautions when doing so as some insurance companies purposefully manipulate the illustration to raise your expectations that are not actually achievable. In the industry, we call this “illustration manipulation.” Luckily, we have taken steps to protect the consumer and help them to become informed buyers when it comes to life insurance.

In this episode of Money Script Monday, Kevin breaks down red flags to be aware of when comparing Indexed Universal Life illustrations amongst carriers.

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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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