Life insurance has long been considered a hard to value asset. Practitioners and planners have dealt with a variety of definitions of fair market value (FMV), depending on the particular application that’s being addressed. Historically, standard valuation practices come with their own set of challenges. Similar to other asset classes, this topic is evolving, and there are current valuation methodologies that provide an independent market-based value for life insurance that accurately
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