Split-dollar loan (SDL) is a preferred form of executive benefit, driven by more favorable financial impact on the CU vs. other executive benefits. The key is to determine which SDL is the most beneficial. One of the key decisions in designing SDL is what determining which policy to use – whole life or indexed universal life. Which one fits your profile?
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In this blog, Scott takes a deep dive into both methods and explains the differences. He breaks down the mechanics of a split-dollar loan, including how a life insurance policy is owned by the executive and paid for by the credit union. Which one of these attractive options has the most favorable tax treatments for your company?

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IZALE founder and CEO, Scott Richardson has been delivering unsurpassed experience to clients for four decades, helping them execute optimal compensation packages. He delivers rich insight to clients by helping them structure compensation, nonqualified benefits, and both bank-owned life insurance (BOLI) and corporate-owned life insurance (COLI) plans.

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