No. of Recommendations: 5
Executive Life annuity policy owners had their annuity payments decreased recently:
Yep... let's call that "death by lightening strike." It's bad.

Actually, I think the risk of an ins co going belly-up, as AJ brings up, is probably overstated. It's *probably* a very low probability event.

But there's another risk that I think is much more likely, which AJ hasn't mentioned and which Dave seems to wave away. It's right there out in plain sight explicitly stated in every IUL I've seen.

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