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People often think that life insurance is only when you die, but that's far from the whole story. Life insurance can be used while alive. Here are some short videos to give you some insight.
IUL - Indexed Universal Life Insurance
**2016 AVA PLATINUM Award Winner! What is Indexed Universal Life, or IUL? Learn how Indexed Universal Life Insurance (IUL) can capture market growth while providing protection from market losses. Life Insurance has changed drastically in the last 25 years! This unique wealth-accumulation vehicle provides policy-holders with the potential to enjoy a happy, healthy, non-taxable retirement. For more information, visit www.anallianceforlife.com
Indexed Annuities - EXPLAINED!
By combining downside protection with upside potential, indexed annuities can provide the balanced, sensible investment approach retirement savers are seeking. Learn about indexed annuities and other financial concepts at www.AllianceGroup.academy - and don't forget to subscribe!
Anualidades Fijas Indexadas - EXPLICADAS
Al combinar la protección a la baja con el potencial alcista, una anualidad indexada puede proporcionar el enfoque de inversión equilibrado y sensato para los que buscan ahorrar más. Ver para aprender más sobre Anualidades Fijas Indexadas - EXPLICADAS! Fixed Indexed Annuity - Explained!
Living Benefits: The Smartphones of Life Insurance
**2015 Platinum MARCOM Awards winner! Learn more about Living Benefits and the "new kind" of life insurance at www.anallianceforlife.com or call Alliance Group at (888) 969-3233. Are you still protecting your family and finances with the "old kind" of life insurance that only pays out if you die? Living Benefits life insurance is the new, evolved kind of life insurance. With Living Benefits, you have the power to accelerate your death benefit while you're still living if you suffer a heart attack, cancer diagnosis, stroke, or any other Critical, Chronic, or Terminal illness. This ability can help save your financial life, and helps protect you from the cause of 60% of the bankruptcies in the U.S. every year - medical bankruptcy following a critical illness. It comes down to one simple question: do you want the option to access your death benefit when you need it most, or not?
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