If you started with $100,000, and the market drops it to $50,000... the homerun opportunities are available at *THIS* point in time... but your ammunition is gone.Unless your ammunition in your IUL is gone because you've taken loans for Jr. in college and a $30K car. Those items seem to be big selling points when I see discussions about the benefits of IUL - paying yourself interest instead of a bank.BTW, what does the insurance pay interest on when you take a loan - the original balance or the lower one to account for the loan? For example, if you have $100K available in your IUL and you take a policy loan for $30K for a car, are you earning interest on $100K or $70K?PSU
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