References in periodicals archive ?
(1) Leslie Scism, Universal Life Insurance, a 1980s Sensation, Has Backfired, Wall Street Journal, September 20, 2018,
Related: 5 alternatives to Indexed Universal Life insurance
* Variable universal life insurance is the riskiest type of policy in that the policyholder is offered a choice of investment options, including the stock market, so you could end up with a lot of coverage or a little depending upon how the investment performs.
Those of us in the life insurance business understand the benefits of universal life insurance. We know it provides permanent life insurance protection as opposed to the limited protection offered by term insurance.
* The Trend: Indexed universal life insurance has become the latest hot product line in the life industry.
A variable universal life insurance policy permits the owner to invest the cash value of a life insurance policy in stock and bond market subaccounts (which must have looked very attractive to Cochran in 1998 as the technology rally took off).
Matrix Direct offers term life insurance, return of premium term life insurance, whole life insurance, universal life insurance, permanent life insurance, estate planning insurance, disability insurance, and accidental death insurance (no medical exam).
Group Universal Life Insurance w/Accelerated Death Benefit for LTC Rider
In this scenario, index-linked universal life insurance (IUL) can offer significant value in a well-diversified portfolio.
AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company has added a Market Stabilizer Option to its variable universal life insurance product.
(American General) launched a new universal life insurance product, ContinUL, issued by American General Life Insurance Co.
UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE offers flexible premium payments, an adjustable death benefit, and cash values that are sensitive to current interest rates.

Full browser ?