In November, advisors from across the country gathered to learn at Stonewood's inaugural Innovate IUL conference in Louisville, Kentucky. After a year of pausing our in-person training, it was energizing to see so many of our members face-to-face again.
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Today's IUL is very different - in design and use - from many of the UL products of the past.
But a recent Wall Street Journal article, "It's the Hottest Thing in Life Insurance. Are Buyers Aware of the Risk?" seems to miss that point altogether.
There’s been a lot of chatter lately (particularly from whole life producers) about the effectiveness of AG 49. Most of the talk is centered around the question: Are IUL max illustrated rates still too high?
We bet it’s the most common objection you hear: IUL is an expensive way to save.
You’ll hear it from prospects who did a Google search on saving with life insurance. Dave Ramsey has made it a hallmark of his advice. Fee-only financial advisors hold it as a holy grail.