Selling Structured Annuities

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Selling lottery payments

Sell annuity payments for cash and kick-start the life you?ve been daydreaming about! Instead of waiting for the structured settlement schedule to subsidize your current life, cash in and do something new and exciting. Selling your annuity payments can get you cash to invest in a new business or buy a home? or a sailboat or an RV.

The truth is, most Americans are in debt; far more so than they realize or admit. The average U.S. household carries approximately $15,000 in debt, and pays over $6,000 in interest

A Few Things Everyone Should Know About Structured Settlements

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Can i sell my annuity

Structured settlements can be pretty confusing things, and unfortunately, they don’t seem to get any less confusing even if you find yourself with one. But the most important thing you can do in order to secure your own financial stability is to understand exactly what these are, and why you might want to sell your structured settlement payments in the future.

So with that in mind, let’s take a quick look at what things are:

What is a structured settlement? This is refers, more than anything else, to the way in which you receive a sum of money. It applies to cases like lawsuits and lottery payments, where the two choices are either to get a lump sum of money all at once or to get multiple smalle

Here’s Why People Hate Annuities

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Settlement annuity payments

Some people love annuities. In fact, over 90% of people who own an annuity still have their first one. However, there is the camp that hates annuities with a burning passion and who will give you a number of reasons why you should avoid owning one. There are generally two ways that people come to own annuities. The first is outright buying annuities — usually to help manage money in retirement. The second is as the result of a personal injury case — settlement annuity payments are usually used and encouraged since they are tax sheltered. Here are a few of th