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- Transcript Here's a story you're going to want to hear and share how to accumulate $800000.00 in nontaxable retirement income with an additional $6.00 per day of permanent life insurance premium This is a message for insurance and financial professionals only if you are not 1 please down the line to opt out now hello this is Amy with a I G partners group and I'd like to invite you to watch and learn to tell this powerful story using an illustration of a hypothetical scenario your clients can relate to there is no longer needed to access the video and I can send you a link to it and other helpful resources today you'll quickly learn the advantages to funding and I UL with just a little extra premium compelling presentation points on perm versus term for Retirement Solutions how to structure your illustrations to show the powerful possibilities of this strategy Ifill press 1 leave your name number and email I'll send you the no logon needed links to the video along with other resources like scripted presentations another great sales idea and product brochures simply press 1 now or if you'd rather you can talk to 1 of our.
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