Access to CV w/o surrender charge?

May 10, 2019

  1. lcodilla
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    Anyone know any carrier that offers an IUL with a rider allowing the owner to access the cash value without incurring any surrender charges during the surrender charge period? Please share if there are any.

    Thank you in advance!!
     
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    LSW has it, I'm sure there are others
     
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    Midland/North American has it. Allianz used to have it, probably still do. LFG has it but only for business cases.
     
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    many do. but keep in mind, the client pays additional ongoing costs many times for this privilege. Also, to offset that risk to the carrier, many carriers pay reduced compensation to the producer that spreads the compensation out over 3-7 years depending on the premium size to lessen the risk to the carrier that the client will walk with most of the cash after the carrier paid underwriting costs, options costs, taxes, commissions without a surrender charge protection

    like others have said, other than unique large business cases that need to see an asset stay level on their balance sheets, there really is no need for this & it impact the performance of the cash value slightly over the years.
     
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    High Early Cash Value policies may be different than waiver of surrender charge riders.

    I know Midland and North American offer this waiver... however the chargeback risk period is extended out to 3 years.
     
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    Ahh, got it. Thank you so much for all the responses! I forgot about the chargeback risk and comp spread if the rider is used.

    So only large business cases would make sense for it...understood

    Thanks again everyone!
     
    lcodilla, May 10, 2019
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