Insurance Technology, also referred as “InsurTech,” is the use of technology innovations designed to minimize cost and maximize efficiency for the current insurance industry model.
Big-data analysis is the process to identify the most optimized and highest performing solution, based on the desired parameter, from a very large set of data points. Being able to sort through high amounts of data quickly is extremely important for life insurance purchases, because there are more than 781 life insurance carriers, 1500+ different life insurance products, and 10+ banks who could finance a purchase, resulting in more than 156,000,000 (yes, 156 million, you read that right) potential investment combination data points for the consumer to choose from.
Quantitative mathematics modeling is a process to project outcomes of important parameters (returns, death benefits, interest rates, market index rates…etc.) based on a variety of factors under many different conditions, so that any projections or assumptions are supported by a certain degree of mathematical confidence interval, not based purely on experience or numbers on a carrier-given illustration. We believe it is important for all decision-making processes to be backed by a scientific approach and solid mathematics, and we always strive to reach as close to 99% confidence interval as possible for all our models.
Stress testing is the process to test the ability of a given financial strategy to withstand the pressures of a market crisis or other adverse impacts to still deliver desired positive results.
It is important to sufficiently stress-test any scenarios where there is substantial uncertainty in important variables such as index crediting rates, dividends, interest rates, or varying costs of insurance.
Term life insurance, also being referred to as pure life insurance, is a type of life insurance that guarantees payment of a stated death benefit if the covered person dies during a specified term. Once the term expires, the policyholder can either renew it for another term, convert the policy to permanent coverage, or allow the policy to terminate.
Permanent life insurance is an umbrella term for life insurance policies that do not expire. The two primary types of permanent life insurance are whole life and universal life. Whole life insurance offers coverage for the full lifetime of the insured, and its savings can grow at a guaranteed rate. Universal life insurance also offers a savings element in addition to a death benefit, but it features different types of premium structures and earns based on market performance.
The main differences between a term life insurance policy and a permanent insurance policy are the duration of the policy, the accumulation of a cash value, and the cost. Please refer to the comparison table on our website.
With so many options in the insurance market, here are some things you want to consider when you choose an insurance carrier:
Online reviews or customer reviews if you know any
Credit Ratings and other relevant rankings such as A.M. Best rating or S&P rating
Financial stability and strength
Service models and number of offices locally
Premium financing is the lending of funds to a person or company to cover the cost of an insurance premium. Insurance premium financing is a well – established, high margin, high growth commercial lending activity. U.S. financial institutions have entered the industry since year 2000 controlling more than 80% of the whole market.
The benefits of premium financing can include the following:
Favorable loan rate and terms
Leverage for large policy
Positive leverage return yields high return on policy performance
Achieve estate planning goals
More information please contact our experts.
Wish to keep liquidity and not to use existing capital to pay the premiums
Is insurable at standard health rating or better
Preferably has minimum net worth of $5M or higher
Satisfies the carrier’s underwriting regulations
You can choose to pay installment(s) for 1-3 years. This will reduce your out-of-pocket amount and increase liquidity. After 3 years premium paid, the annual premium in the following years are paid by a financing bank partnered with our company. Another way is to start premium financing in the first year and use your personal assets, including but not limited to real estate, investment account, savings etc. as collateral.
Some people look for cheap term life insurance policy to cover their basic needs should they die prematurely. This is fine. However, there is a certain percentage of people who are utilizing a life insurance contract in a much more consequential way, and this type of policy include not only premium and death benefit, but also cash value.
Advanced planning plans will most likely require a very knowledgeable agent, and both a tax and financial professional, to ensure the long-term benefits are properly organized, especially when used for something other than permanent death benefit. Contact us to learn how Pacific Wealth Solutions can help.
ILITs are constructed with a life insurance policy as the asset owned by the trust. Once the grantor contributes property or life insurance death benefits to the trust, he or she cannot change the terms of the trust or reclaim any of the properties held within.
As an alternative to naming an individual beneficiary, ILITs offer several legal and financial advantages to heirs, including favorable tax treatment, asset protection, and the assurance that the benefits will be used in a manner concurrent with the benefactor’s wishes.
Based on the personal conditions, carrier criteria, and needs of insurance, our dedicated underwriting team will analyze in our database for the best solution a foreign national can qualify for in the U.S. life insurance market, allowing clients to fully meet the needs of wealth accumulation, wealth inheritance, overseas asset allocation, retirement and pension.
In a revocable trust, the trust settlor may modify the terms of the trust at any time, including the trust beneficiary; in an irrevocable trust, the trust settlor can appoint a trust protector, who has the power to modify the trust and the trust structure. Therefore, the beneficiary can be changed.
One possibility is that you will be provided with a paid-up term life insurance policy. This policy will generally be based on the amount of money that you have already paid into the whole life insurance. The benefit of the insurance will be less than what you would have received with the whole life insurance. In some cases, the life insurance company will give you the cash value of your policy and allow the policy to lapse.
Yes, all information collected on our website are strictly forbidden from sharing except for the sole purpose of life insurance purchase. All the information and medical results collected for life insurance purchase is fully protected under the HIPPA Privacy Rules, which makes your information only available to the life insurance company and the Medical Information Bureau (MIB).