Q. My 70-year-old mother has been paying about $3,500 a year for a whole life policy. Her husband is dead and her kids don’t need the money when she dies. I’d rather see her use the premiums when she’s alive. How can I get her to cancel the policy?
Q. I have a Prudential variable life insurance policy for $100,000.I am 68 years young. I am not paying any premium and it is taken care from the investment choice I have. The cash value is about $10,000. What are my options with the account?
Q. What’s the best way to figure out how much life insurance I need? I’m married with two kids — 14 and 7 — and we have a house with a mortgage of $215,000. My salary is $79,000 a year and my wife makes between $15,000 and $25,000 a year.
Q. My parents have several life insurance policies. One is whole life, two are term and there’s also an annuity. What do I have to worry about with taxes when the payments eventually come to me, and is there something I can do to save on taxes?
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