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The post-settlement program, how to protect and secure your finances Some people think that selling some or all of their future structured settlement/annuity payments is not for them. And realistically that is true; it isn’t always the right move for everyone. However, exchanging part of your future payment stream for a
Annuitant: the individual on whose life the annuity is purchased. Also known as the claimant, plaintiff, measuring life, employee, releasor, injured party. Annuity: a contract issued by a life insurance company funding the fixed, periodic payments an individual will receive for a lifetime or a certain period of time. Assignee: the
Covid-19 has struck the world quickly over the past few weeks, leaving many Americans uncertain of their wellbeing and financial security. At RJE Capital, our number one concern is the wellbeing of our clients, and safety of our team. We are ensuring that the necessary precautions are taken, including canceling
The decision to sell your Structured Settlement or Annuity could be one of the biggest decisions you will make in your lifetime. So you really need to make sure to do your homework when it comes to settling on the factoring company you want to basically “get into business” with.
The world of structured settlements and annuities can be complicated and intimidating, especially when it comes to selling your future payments. The use of a structured settlement calculator can help! Our calculator makes quick work of what can often seem like a daunting task and provides useful information to move
Selling your structured settlement or future annuity payments can be a daunting and unnerving process. Determining whether or not you should sell in the first place is entirely personal and can be based on a number of factors. Whether you are hoping to buy a house, pay off debt, or