Grandchildren’s Dreams Realized Today

Annuities

By Pat Burns

As a grandparent of five boys Bob Larson unexpectedly discovered a way to help countless grandparent’s dreams come true.

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Bob Larson with five grandsons

Ten years ago Bob was working with a couple who had six grandchildren and very much wanted to make sure their grandchildren had a chance in life by getting a college education.

They had set themselves up pretty well for retirement however, they didn’t have the money to help their grandchildren now. In analyzing their entire estate plan Bob found a life insurance policy they purchased 10 years ago for estate taxes and due to the changes in tax laws they no longer needed that policy.

After contacting the insurance company Bob found the policy had a cash value of $80,000 but had a market value of $800,000.

This was a dream come true. Now these grandparents could see their grandchildren’s dreams come true today and not have to wait for them to die! Because of this experience Bob set up a business that has helped hundreds of grandparents turn unneeded, unwanted life insurance into making dreams come true while they’re alive. It may be possible for you to do the same.

When it comes to deciding whether or not to keep a life insurance policy there are different points that should to be considered.  Bob’s company, Settlement Masters, does a complete and unique “keep verses sell” evaluation process. It’s been called the best compliance process and service in the country by highly respected CPA’s and prestigious law firms.

grandchildren's dreamsFor 30 years Bob Larson has run a planning organization that helps families keep and preserve their money for their family. For a private No charge, No commitment discussion about your available insurance options call 1-800-824-3911 or email bob@thesettlementmasters.com a request for discuss the appraisal value of their existing life insurance policies. Instead of later, you could improve and change the future of your grandchildren now. 

grandchildren's dreamsYou should consult with your CPA and attorney before making a decision.

 

 

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