As beneficial as periodic payments from a structured settlement agreement may appear there are certainly drawbacks that an annuitant faces. Among the most obvious is that they don’t receive a large sum of money at once, essentially limiting their options as it relates to their financial decisions. Because of this many structured settlement annuitants opt to sell their structured settlement payments and take a lump sum.
Selling future structured settlements can give annuitants that financial freedom that they desire, providing them with enough money to achieve their goals. Whether those goals are to eliminate debt, take care of educational expenses, purchase a new home or vehicle or invest in business ventures, the decision to sell structured settlement payments can afford you that opportunity.
What structured settlement annuitants should know is that not every company pays the same amount for these future structured settlement payments. To get the most for your structured settlement payments annuitants should trust AnFed Bank, the only bank specifically designed to serve the unique needs of structured settlement annuitants and lottery winners.
AnFed Bank is different in the fact that while many other companies simply act as brokers, positioning themselves between an annuitant and a financial institution, they are the financial institution. What this means is that annuitants don’t have to be subjected to a middleman, thus they receive more money for their structured settlement payments.
If you have a structured settlement and you are looking to sell all or part of your future payments request a free consultation with AnFed Bank and find out how you can get what your payments are really worth.