Universal Life Insurance Makes Big Promises. Can These “Overly Complex” Policies Actually Keep Them?

The American College of Financial Services
Money
July 19, 2021

Universal life insurance policies have come under scrutiny lately thanks to court cases and public perception that the policies are overly complicated and can spell trouble for both insurers and consumers. Steve Parrish, Co-Director of The College’s Center for Retirement Income, describes how companies and advisors can present universal life products more clearly in this article from Money.

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