A Partial Structured Settlement or Annuity Sale: Get Cash Out, But Keep Your Payments Coming
As a structured settlement or annuity holder, you have various options. You can choose to sell just a few of your regularly scheduled payments, getting up front cash for a big purchase or a financial emergency. Or, you can choose to get a lump sum payment by selling a percentage of each of your scheduled payments, where you will continue to get money on each scheduled payment date. How you set up your structured settlement or annuity sale is up to you, but working with the best structured settlement and annuity buyer firms can help.
Thinking About the Big Picture
Part of considering a structured settlement or annuity sale involves making sure that your plan is in your own best financial interests. Some state governments actually help consumers to make good choices by limiting the kinds of deals that can be completed, but it’s still up to the asset holder to think about whether a structured settlement or annuity sale proposal is a good deal. The best structured settlement and annuity buyers will work with you to figure out what’s best for your particular finances.
In selling a structured settlement or annuity, you always have to think about whether the lump sum payment you are getting will be enough. For example, if it’s a down payment on real estate, you’ll need a specific sum, or your plan won’t work. But you also need to think about whether you will be able to operate on reduced structured payments in the future, or whether missing a few payments (because of the sale) will cause problems in your household budget.
Sell Your Structured Settlement or Annuity With CBC
At CBC, we help clients to figure out the best custom plan for their structured settlement or annuity sale. We combine a great track record and a lot of practical experience with a real dedication to serving the customer, and we listen to you to make sure that your needs are considered during the process. Let us help you sell part of a structured settlement or annuity without giving up too much of your future income, for a deal that empowers you to address today’s financial needs while also building a sound plan for tomorrow.