Structured Settlement Sales

When life locks you in – Here’s the key!

One of our competitors recently released a report indicating that a high percentage of people with structured settlements don’t sell their payments.   We agree with their finding.
 

Our experience is that the majority of annuitants keep their payments intact, just the same way as when they were set up.  The majority of people find that their structured settlement payments meet their expected needs and nothing needs to change.  We are happy when this happens.

 
However, for a small group of people, their structured settlement payments don’t meet the changes in their lives.  The world changes, their lives change or their financial circumstances change.  And luckily for them, they have a structured settlement annuity that is a resource and that can be called on in tough times to help.

Published : July 11, 2012

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