What if business owners were the owners of their own policies and could fund them to build cash as they thought appropriate? That’s what Mutual of Omaha calls the Living Benefit Buy-Sell because it is designed to produce living benefits in addition to providing a death benefit. TBA’s John Felton sat down with Mutual of Omaha’s Stephen Alloy to discuss this agreement structure, what, if any, are the taxable events in the long run, and when this makes the most sense for a business owner. For more information on the Living Benefit Buy-Sell, see the supporting materials below:
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