How Index Universal Life Works

Just like other kinds of permanent insurance, IUL Insurance offers a benefit and a business relationship. The benefit is determined at the beginning of the policy, but can vary. The account is supportive of the performance of an indicator.

Insurance companies choose one or more of these and pay interest to policyholders supporting the index’s performance, and as value goes up, the account gets interest. If the index drops, the account earns less or nothing.

The accounts of cash are firstly given funds through premium payments. After the worth of insurance paying for your benefit, some charges and other fees come out, the rest is included in your account. If you ever plan to not come up with a payment or underpay, those fees are often taken away from the account. When it comes to this, trust our company.

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