However, if the RCV settlement is $20,000 and the actual cash value
is $15,000 and the insured spends $20,000 to restore the property to its preloss condition, then the insured receives $5,000 for the depreciation.
Term insurance may be convertible to "permanent" cash value
insurance without additional evidence of insurability.
However, after explaining the tax deferral of the cash inside build-up and the opportunity to take tax-free withdrawals and loans to supplement retirement income, many clients will appreciate the potential value of permanent cash value
life insurance in their overall planning process.
Market value is not synonymous with actual cash value
Both products require time for the cash value
to build up to a meaningful amount, so the client should be willing to wait for distributions--generally at least 10 years.
Dividends and access to cash values
can be extremely useful to policyholders throughout life and especially before and during retirement.
UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE offers flexible premium payments, an adjustable death benefit, and cash values
that are sensitive to current interest rates.
This is the oldest kind of cash value
life insurance, meaning it combines a death benefit with a savings component.
Here, the issue was whether the insurer could automatically deduct 20 percent of a contractor's overhead and profit in addition to depreciation in order to reach actual cash value
The FTB announced tax benefits for businesses and employees who contribute the cash value
of their vacation, sick leave or personal leave time to Hurricane Katrina relief before Jan.
When purchasing homeowners insurance, it's important to distinguish between a cash value
policy and a replacement cost policy.
This article explains how CPAs can use a third option--a life settlement--to help eligible clients and employers dispose of unneeded life insurance policies now for more than the cash value
rather than wait for the policy to pay off at the insured's death.