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Estate planners can learn from financial planners. For years, financial planners have used hedging techniques to reduce risk or to guarantee a desired outcome. This is done by entering into a transaction that moves in the opposite direction as the first transaction in order to avoid or minimize a loss. Estate planners often recommend life insurance as a hedging tool because it's the ideal solution

Estate planners can learn from financial planners. For years, financial planners have used hedging techniques to reduce risk or to guarantee a desired outcome. This is done by entering into a transaction that moves in the opposite direction as the first transaction in order to avoid or minimize a loss.

Estate planners often recommend life insurance as a hedging tool because it's the ideal solution for handling mortality risk. But what if life insurance is unavailable because the propo

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