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Life insurance: What happened to guaranteed universal life? | PFP learning library podcast archive

10 months ago · 43 min listen

In the past, guaranteed universal life (GUL) was priced well and easy to understand. This permanent life insurance was attractive because the premiums were certain, the policy often went to age 120, and risks were low. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Marc Minker interviews experts Susan Bruno and Martin Flaxman to understand the changes he is seeing in practice. They discuss:

  • Why carriers are withdrawing from offering GUL and what is pushing up the prices.

  • Why it will now require more analysis to know which type of product is best for your clients.

  • What are the other product options and how can you simplify decisions in the face of complexity?

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