There is a lot of confusion about what life settlements are and whether they’re a good idea for individuals. Getting the facts about life settlements, including the pros and cons of them, will help you make a more informed decision about whether or not this Read More
Retirees today are living longer, more active lives than in years past. The average life expectancy is 78.8 years, with women expected to live 81.2 years and men living to an average of 76.4 years. Today’s retirees aren’t quietly sitting home knitting or on Read More
Life Settlement Investing, Marketplace Launches In Chicago
Chicago, Illinois - February 23, 2017 -
Life Settlement investing is on the rise again in 2017. In Chicago, Windsor Life Settlements is providing a place for investors to connect directly Read More
Life Settlement Case Study: Ted Muller's Experience With Viatical Settlements
Fair warning: the following story is heart-warming, tear-jerking and bittersweet story of a wonderful man named Ted Muller. Ted came to Windsor Life Settlements on New Years Eve Read More
Medical costs, as well as assisted living and nursing home costs, are higher than ever before, and expected to rise even more in the future. For many aging adults, that presents a terrifying prospect.
You can either go bankrupt attempting to pay these Read More
When investigating life insurance policies for clients, Windsor Life Settlements, LLC has discovered, on far too many occasions, that policyholders have not been informed of their ability to obtain the accelerated death benefit for their policies. In these Read More
Today’s aging adults are living longer lives than in years past. This means that despite careful years of planning for retirement, many are facing the reality that their retirement funding was designed for less life in terms of months or years than their Read More
Ready to kick back now that you’re retired? You may think you’re ready, but is your brain and your budget?
Retiring for decades has been the utopian time when your plans go no further than getting out the fishing pole or putting all your recipes in order. Read More
Many seniors today are finding that there’s more life after retirement than money. A combination of a few bad years in the market and longer life spans (the latter obviously a good thing), means that there isn’t as much money to help them maintain a certain Read More