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Hi Pixy, and thanks for your reply. Would it make sense to continue the contract, but only pay into it enough to cover the life insurance, and just allowing the 31K to grow for 23 years? Other replies from the folder indicate that $66 is not bad for 450K of coverage. I could also withdraw by basis without capital gains and lump sum that into a FF portfolio right now. I suppose eventually as the insurance cost increases (I'm 37 now) and my need for insurance decreases, I will be forced to cash out the policy and pay the taxes. I am confused, and every time I sit down with my agent, I become more confused. But, I'll just keep asking questions and get it sorted out eventually. Again, thanks for your reply.

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