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Survivorship life insurance is generally structured as a level premium "cash value" policy (usually whole life, universal, or VUL) covering two lives, but almost any reasonable variation is possible, if appropriate for the client's goals.
"Survivorship Life Insurance: Providing The Liquidity to Preserve Family Wealth," Thomas J.
This amount can be provided for through a regular gifting program or through the acquisition of single or survivorship life insurance.
Baby boomers who figure their estate will be large enough to be subject to some sort of estate tax (state, federal or both) often turn to a survivorship life insurance policy to provide liquidity (via the death benefit) to cover those taxes, as well as the deceased's debts, final expenses, etc., so they don't have to dip into estate funds to do so.
* In cases involving a survivorship life insurance policy where one insured has died, that policy can be exchanged for a new one that applies only to the life of the surviving insured.
* Policy type: Universal life, survivorship life insurance with one deceased, or term convertible to universal life
So as the federal tax looks like it will be around to stay in some form or other, it's fitting then that the first excerpt in 2010 from the Full Disclosure policy comparison software series covers survivorship life insurance. It's also good that the number of policies available for sale is expanding, even if not to the highs of 2005.
Funding with survivorship life insurance can be particularly attractive (see page 552).
Quite often, the solution to solving the liquidity problem is the acquisition of survivorship life insurance, also known as second-to-die life insurance.