David White, 53, & REVTECH Services, Inc.
REVTECH Services, Inc. needed to implement a buy/sell arrangement on behalf of their CEO, David White, 53, to provide for added liquidity for both White and the firm in the event of his departure or death.
REVTECH and Mr. White elected to use a life insurance policy to provide the funding necessary to maintain business continuity and provide compensation for Mr. White’s interest in the business. A commercial loan was chosen as the means of funding the policy premiums.
Using a commercial loan to purchase a life insurance policy enabled REVTECH to reduce out of pocket cash expenditures while still funding the policy sufficiently.
REVTECH and Mr. White’s advisor recommended Global Financial Distributors because of their track record, attractive rates and ease of processing and ongoing management.
The policy chosen was an Indexed Universal Life policy from a top-rated major insurance carrier. The loan solution was structured such that ten equal premium payments of $200,000 (totaling $2,000,000) would be sent to the carrier in order to sufficiently fund the policy’s cash value and guaranteed death benefit of over $7.6 million.
The net loan interest payments made by REVTECH increased gradually over the term of the loan with a total outlay of approximately $570,000 in interest made by his firm. The company elected to payoff the loan from the cash value of the policy - leaving over $1,600,000 in cash value and the projected death benefit in place.
By choosing a Leveraged Planning for Business solution, REVTECH saved over $150,000 (net) in premium payments in the first year alone. Over the subsequent ten years making the interest payments on the loan saved over $430,000 in net outlay compared to the cost of making direct cash premium payments from company assets.