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Author: dharmadollars Three stars, 500 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 17951  
Subject: Re: The ever present question about VUL's Date: 3/15/2000 10:06 PM
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Hi Ted.

No, it doesn't exactly answer my question. The proposed contribution was $23,000 over 3 years for a 22 year old with a policy with a $300,000 death benefit. This info was in the original post. It was that combination that triggered my question. Anybody run any illustrations? My curiosity is getting the best of me here regarding just how much this young guy could be pushed to drop into VUL at his age before the proverbial implosion occurs, even with Option B/2.

Tha agent, remember, said that our young proposed insured could take out $10,000 in PV dollars, beginning at, as I recall, age 60, and could continue to do so indefinitely. It all sounded a little over the top.


P.S. "Hey, let's get Mikey!

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