Understanding the laws and regulations at play: The sales of structured settlements are governed heavily and are regulated by the state as well as federal governments. It is to make sure that you receive the best arrangement possible for the needs, while protecting your rights. It is important that you understand the different laws and the regulations which are involved in the transfer processed of the scheduled payment rights. You should make sure that you know exactly what you are doing.Increasing popularity of structured settlements and transfers:
Due to their nature, the structured settlements have gained a lot of popularity in the last couple of decades. The federal government has done a lot of work in order to make them popular. The PPSA was perhaps the most influential legislation which deals with structured settlements, besides the SSPA.

However, with growth comes a number of issues, and lack of laws in earlier in secondary annuity marketplace brought some serious problems and there was a requirement for the better safeguards, and also a requirement to protect the rights of consumers. It was done through SSPA. This Act contains a lot of things which you should know regarding the transfer of the payments. The SSPA was enacted by federal government but it was modified by most states. Some states even fortified language in the Act and then adopted it. Having said that, similar track is followed by most states in the legislation, and the requirement is:

  1. It must be directly explained by the factoring company to seller the difference between values of settlement payments in case the annuity is unchanged, and if in case it is sold. It is designed to make sure that you know exactly how much money you won’t be receiving in case you decide to sell.
  2. All the payment transfers should be approved by court, and approval is possible only if it is determined by the judge that the transfer is in the best interest of the seller. It must also be found by the court that the transfer is a necessity and not a desire.
  3. It is necessary for the buyer to provide the full disclosure of terms which are agreed upon regarding the transfer.
  4. The interested parties who are involved with transfer should be identified and also notified so that they can respond, oppose or agree the transfer. Court should also get the proof that all involved parties have been notified.
  5. No contravention of any other state or the federal statues should take place by transfer.

When it comes to making sure that the consumer know of intricacies which are involved in transferring the structured settlements, it is required by the government that one should get the possibility of receiving impartial advice from a third party. It is required by a number of states that seller should be notified of this stated right, while other states have requirement that the seller should show a proof that they did receive such advice. Delaware, Alaska, Maine, North Carolina, Maryland, Ohio and Minnesota all have the requirement that seller should get such counseling unless waiver is signed.

Federal Law is applicable as well:

The process which one follows during the transfer of structured settlement is governed by the state laws, and the federal law is also applicable and it is beyond the requirements of the SSPA. It was decided by the federal government in 2002 that all the state laws should be standardized. For this purpose an amendment was made in the IRS Code by the Congress (Section 5891). The amendments clarified as well as cemented the industry rules with application of following:

  • All the transfers of structured settlements had to be in compliance with the specific version of each state’s SSPA, including that transfer had to be in the best interest of the seller and his dependents or family.
  • An excise tax of 40% was to be applied on the transfers which failed to seek the approval of judge. Instead of having a punishment, it was considered as a deterrent which would encourage the sellers to not go through with transfer in case the company was predatory or unscrupulous.

Since 2002, all the states, except two have ratified their versions of SSPA. Vermont is the most recent one.

Trust is Vital:

In case you consider selling the structured settlement, it is very important that you have a relationship of trust with the buyer as well as your attorney. A reputable factoring company should be chosen. The company should have great reputation in the industry and it should be willing to an extra mile in order to make sure that you get a fair deal. Same rule is applicable to the attorney.

Buyers in Secondary Annuity Market:

The term secondary marketplace is a reference to marketplace which was created for the holder of the annuities so they can sell the investments. It allows the sellers to receive a lump sum amount instead of waiting for ongoing payments according to the settlement agreement.

In most of the cases, those who buy structured settlements and annuities are businesses themselves. Few individuals are also involved in the market. A lump sum amount is paid by these businesses in return for transfer of the structured settlement. It means that the buyer gets the ongoing payments while the seller gets a lump sum amount of money. It’s quite simple.

This marketplace was created accidentally. PPSA was signed in the year 1982 and the structured settlements started to become the preferred way for the settlements awarded in accident and injury cases. However, it was not taken in account by this law that the financial situations and the cost of living of people change frequently. It left the holders of structured settlements and the annuitants holding a bag to some extent.

Secondary marketplace came into existence in order to give the individuals a way to sell the annuity or the settlement which they hold, in return for lump sum amount. The individual could then use that cash in order to pay for his medical bills or to meet other financial obligations.

In the beginning there was no regulation for the secondary market. SSPA or the Structured Settlement Protection Act was soon enacted. The Act made it mandatory for all the sales to seek the approval of a judge. A number of other protections and rights were also given to the consumers selling the structured settlements or the annuities. The things have improved considerably, but some unethical buyers still exist and the customer should make sure that they go for a factoring company which enjoys good reputation.

How to choose a quality company:

It is not a simple thing to find right buyer. There are many of them but it can be a problem to get in touch with them. Moreover, question of the quality compounds this question. Majority of the consumers don’t have much knowledge regarding the sales industry of structured settlements. A factory company can take the confusion out of the equation, but there are some important things which all the consumers should know.

The first thing is to realize that all the buyers are there for profit. The structured settlement will not be sold on its face value which it has according to the agreement. They will be sold at discount. This discount represents the profit of the company. The discount amount varies considerably. An important part of making sure that you have chosen the correct company is to ensure that they are giving you a fair deal. The buyer should make profit but you should also be treated equally well.

It is important that you review the agreement with the attorney or a third party who is an independent expert. Don’t assume that you understand the agreement unless you are expert on legal matters yourself. Unfair terms and hidden fees might be hidden in such agreements, so you should ensure that you are receiving the expert guidance during the entire process.

Using the settlement proceeds in order to pay off debt:

One thing which most of the Americans have in common is perhaps debt. Almost all of us carry more debts than what we should. For those people who get injured in accident and are not able to work, debt can be a huge burden. It can build up with time, or it might happen seemingly overnight, as a result of the healthcare needs and medical bills which are brought by injury or accident in question. Problem with this is that if one is living on payments from the structured settlement, these are not enough in order to meet the burden of debt along with the costs of living. In such situation, many people sell their structured settlement in order to get a lump sum amount.

It is not as simple as that, before you start, there are some things which you should know about selling the payments.

Selling your Payments:

In case you need to sell the structured settlement in order to handle the debt, which can be from the student loans, medical bills or anything else, you will have to follow the following steps:

  • Know your Value – The structured settlement which you have is an asset with specific value. Before deciding to sell your structured settlement or some of it, you should know the value of the settlement. The current value in cash will be helpful, but you should also speak to some financial adviser about effects of inflation.
  • How much to sell – You should also know that how much of the settlement you will like to sell. You don’t have to sell all of it. You should sell only so much as to cover the debt. Retain the remaining in order to hold it for future needs.
  • Getting help from factoring company – The key of finding a qualified buyer is to work with a reputable an experienced factoring company.
  • Legal guidance – It is always recommended by us that one should seek legal guidance. What can be right for one particular consumer can be wrong for other consumers. You should work with trusted attorney to make sure that you are taking the right decision.
  • Go to Court – One has to seek the approval of a judge, if any portion of the structured settlement is sold. You will need to go to the court and reply to the questions asked by the judge in a satisfactory way. It should be noted that it is often considered a viable option to sell the payments for the purpose of reducing ones burden of dept.
  • Finish the process – After the judge agrees to sale, you need to sign a contract. You will receive the money, from that point. The time period between issue of approval from judge and you receiving the money may vary considerably.

Using and Annuity for settlement of debt:

The settlement of debt is a delicate subject, but a necessary one sometimes. In case one is struggling under growing amount of debt, one may work with a debt settlement company in order to a payment each month and to stop the creditor harassment. You can do all the things yourself, which debt settlement companies do, but these companies are experts and they are better connected. Such companies charge for the services they provide.

Making monthly payments may seem impossible sometimes. However, if you are the owner of a structured settlement or an annuity, you can consider selling some portion in order to make the timely payments of debt.

In fact, selling the structured settlement can make sure that you are able to meet the financial obligations. In case you have lost the job or you have mounting medical bills – the sale of the structured settlement can make sure that you do not default on the debts.

Having said that selling annuity or structured settlement may not be the right choice for everyone. One does not receive the face value of his settlement and the amount which one receives, depends on the offer one choses. Selling or transferring your settlement can prove to be a good idea but you should take the decision after thinking carefully.

We Can Help You:

We believe that selling your structured settlement should be an easy, straightforward and simple process. We can help to make sure that you end up with a fair deal which you deserve and you get the best possible pay out from the transfer.

All that is required from you is to give us some information, and we will work on your behalf. We will connect you with the qualified buyers. These buyers are seeking settlements just like yours and they are willing to pay good for the opportunity. We do much more than simply connecting you with buyer. We will work with you during the whole process. We are dedicated to helping you.

Understanding the laws and regulations at play:

The sales of structured settlements are governed heavily and are regulated by the state as well as federal governments. It is to make sure that you receive the best arrangement possible for the needs, while protecting your rights. It is important that you understand the different laws and the regulations which are involved in the transfer processed of the scheduled payment rights. You should make sure that you know exactly what you are doing.

Increasing popularity of structured settlements and transfers:

Due to their nature, the structured settlements have gained a lot of popularity in the last couple of decades. The federal government has done a lot of work in order to make them popular. The PPSA was perhaps the most influential legislation which deals with structured settlements, besides the SSPA.

However, with growth comes a number of issues, and lack of laws in earlier in secondary annuity marketplace brought some serious problems and there was a requirement for the better safeguards, and also a requirement to protect the rights of consumers. It was done through SSPA. This Act contains a lot of things which you should know regarding the transfer of the payments. The SSPA was enacted by federal government but it was modified by most states. Some states even fortified language in the Act and then adopted it. Having said that, similar track is followed by most states in the legislation, and the requirement is:

  1. It must be directly explained by the factoring company to seller the difference between values of settlement payments in case the annuity is unchanged, and if in case it is sold. It is designed to make sure that you know exactly how much money you won’t be receiving in case you decide to sell.
  2. All the payment transfers should be approved by court, and approval is possible only if it is determined by the judge that the transfer is in the best interest of the seller. It must also be found by the court that the transfer is a necessity and not a desire.
  3. It is necessary for the buyer to provide the full disclosure of terms which are agreed upon regarding the transfer.
  4. The interested parties who are involved with transfer should be identified and also notified so that they can respond, oppose or agree the transfer. Court should also get the proof that all involved parties have been notified.
  5. No contravention of any other state or the federal statues should take place by transfer.

When it comes to making sure that the consumer know of intricacies which are involved in transferring the structured settlements, it is required by the government that one should get the possibility of receiving impartial advice from a third party. It is required by a number of states that seller should be notified of this stated right, while other states have requirement that the seller should show a proof that they did receive such advice. Delaware, Alaska, Maine, North Carolina, Maryland, Ohio and Minnesota all have the requirement that seller should get such counseling unless waiver is signed.

Federal Law is applicable as well:

The process which one follows during the transfer of structured settlement is governed by the state laws, and the federal law is also applicable and it is beyond the requirements of the SSPA. It was decided by the federal government in 2002 that all the state laws should be standardized. For this purpose an amendment was made in the IRS Code by the Congress (Section 5891). The amendments clarified as well as cemented the industry rules with application of following:

  • All the transfers of structured settlements had to be in compliance with the specific version of each state’s SSPA, including that transfer had to be in the best interest of the seller and his dependents or family.
  • An excise tax of 40% was to be applied on the transfers which failed to seek the approval of judge. Instead of having a punishment, it was considered as a deterrent which would encourage the sellers to not go through with transfer in case the company was predatory or unscrupulous.

Since 2002, all the states, except two have ratified their versions of SSPA. Vermont is the most recent one.

Trust is Vital:

In case you consider selling the structured settlement, it is very important that you have a relationship of trust with the buyer as well as your attorney. A reputable factoring company should be chosen. The company should have great reputation in the industry and it should be willing to an extra mile in order to make sure that you get a fair deal. Same rule is applicable to the attorney.

Buyers in Secondary Annuity Market:

The term secondary marketplace is a reference to marketplace which was created for the holder of the annuities so they can sell the investments. It allows the sellers to receive a lump sum amount instead of waiting for ongoing payments according to the settlement agreement.

In most of the cases, those who buy structured settlements and annuities are businesses themselves. Few individuals are also involved in the market. A lump sum amount is paid by these businesses in return for transfer of the structured settlement. It means that the buyer gets the ongoing payments while the seller gets a lump sum amount of money. It’s quite simple.

This marketplace was created accidentally. PPSA was signed in the year 1982 and the structured settlements started to become the preferred way for the settlements awarded in accident and injury cases. However, it was not taken in account by this law that the financial situations and the cost of living of people change frequently. It left the holders of structured settlements and the annuitants holding a bag to some extent.

Secondary marketplace came into existence in order to give the individuals a way to sell the annuity or the settlement which they hold, in return for lump sum amount. The individual could then use that cash in order to pay for his medical bills or to meet other financial obligations.

In the beginning there was no regulation for the secondary market. SSPA or the Structured Settlement Protection Act was soon enacted. The Act made it mandatory for all the sales to seek the approval of a judge. A number of other protections and rights were also given to the consumers selling the structured settlements or the annuities. The things have improved considerably, but some unethical buyers still exist and the customer should make sure that they go for a factoring company which enjoys good reputation.

How to choose a quality company:

It is not a simple thing to find right buyer. There are many of them but it can be a problem to get in touch with them. Moreover, question of the quality compounds this question. Majority of the consumers don’t have much knowledge regarding the sales industry of structured settlements. A factory company can take the confusion out of the equation, but there are some important things which all the consumers should know.

The first thing is to realize that all the buyers are there for profit. The structured settlement will not be sold on its face value which it has according to the agreement. They will be sold at discount. This discount represents the profit of the company. The discount amount varies considerably. An important part of making sure that you have chosen the correct company is to ensure that they are giving you a fair deal. The buyer should make profit but you should also be treated equally well.

It is important that you review the agreement with the attorney or a third party who is an independent expert. Don’t assume that you understand the agreement unless you are expert on legal matters yourself. Unfair terms and hidden fees might be hidden in such agreements, so you should ensure that you are receiving the expert guidance during the entire process.

Using the settlement proceeds in order to pay off debt:

One thing which most of the Americans have in common is perhaps debt. Almost all of us carry more debts than what we should. For those people who get injured in accident and are not able to work, debt can be a huge burden. It can build up with time, or it might happen seemingly overnight, as a result of the healthcare needs and medical bills which are brought by injury or accident in question. Problem with this is that if one is living on payments from the structured settlement, these are not enough in order to meet the burden of debt along with the costs of living. In such situation, many people sell their structured settlement in order to get a lump sum amount.

It is not as simple as that, before you start, there are some things which you should know about selling the payments.

Selling your Payments:

In case you need to sell the structured settlement in order to handle the debt, which can be from the student loans, medical bills or anything else, you will have to follow the following steps:

  • Know your Value – The structured settlement which you have is an asset with specific value. Before deciding to sell your structured settlement or some of it, you should know the value of the settlement. The current value in cash will be helpful, but you should also speak to some financial adviser about effects of inflation.
  • How much to sell – You should also know that how much of the settlement you will like to sell. You don’t have to sell all of it. You should sell only so much as to cover the debt. Retain the remaining in order to hold it for future needs.
  • Getting help from factoring company – The key of finding a qualified buyer is to work with a reputable an experienced factoring company.
  • Legal guidance – It is always recommended by us that one should seek legal guidance. What can be right for one particular consumer can be wrong for other consumers. You should work with trusted attorney to make sure that you are taking the right decision.
  • Go to Court – One has to seek the approval of a judge, if any portion of the structured settlement is sold. You will need to go to the court and reply to the questions asked by the judge in a satisfactory way. It should be noted that it is often considered a viable option to sell the payments for the purpose of reducing ones burden of dept.
  • Finish the process – After the judge agrees to sale, you need to sign a contract. You will receive the money, from that point. The time period between issue of approval from judge and you receiving the money may vary considerably.

 

Using and Annuity for settlement of debt:

The settlement of debt is a delicate subject, but a necessary one sometimes. In case one is struggling under growing amount of debt, one may work with a debt settlement company in order to a payment each month and to stop the creditor harassment. You can do all the things yourself, which debt settlement companies do, but these companies are experts and they are better connected. Such companies charge for the services they provide.

Making monthly payments may seem impossible sometimes. However, if you are the owner of a structured settlement or an annuity, you can consider selling some portion in order to make the timely payments of debt.

In fact, selling the structured settlement can make sure that you are able to meet the financial obligations. In case you have lost the job or you have mounting medical bills – the sale of the structured settlement can make sure that you do not default on the debts.

Having said that selling annuity or structured settlement may not be the right choice for everyone. One does not receive the face value of his settlement and the amount which one receives, depends on the offer one choses. Selling or transferring your settlement can prove to be a good idea but you should take the decision after thinking carefully.

We Can Help You:

We believe that selling your structured settlement should be an easy, straightforward and simple process. We can help to make sure that you end up with a fair deal which you deserve and you get the best possible pay out from the transfer.

All that is required from you is to give us some information, and we will work on your behalf. We will connect you with the qualified buyers. These buyers are seeking settlements just like yours and they are willing to pay good for the opportunity. We do much more than simply connecting you with buyer. We will work with you during the whole process. We are dedicated to helping you.

 

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Understanding the laws and regulations at play:

The sales of structured settlements are governed heavily and are regulated by the state as well as federal governments. It is to make sure that you receive the best arrangement possible for the needs, while protecting your rights. It is important that you understand the different laws and the regulations which are involved in the transfer processed of the scheduled payment rights. You should make sure that you know exactly what you are doing.

Increasing popularity of structured settlements and transfers:

Due to their nature, the structured settlements have gained a lot of popularity in the last couple of decades. The federal government has done a lot of work in order to make them popular. The PPSA was perhaps the most influential legislation which deals with structured settlements, besides the SSPA.

However, with growth comes a number of issues, and lack of laws in earlier in secondary annuity marketplace brought some serious problems and there was a requirement for the better safeguards, and also a requirement to protect the rights of consumers. It was done through SSPA. This Act contains a lot of things which you should know regarding the transfer of the payments. The SSPA was enacted by federal government but it was modified by most states. Some states even fortified language in the Act and then adopted it. Having said that, similar track is followed by most states in the legislation, and the requirement is:

  1. It must be directly explained by the factoring company to seller the difference between values of settlement payments in case the annuity is unchanged, and if in case it is sold. It is designed to make sure that you know exactly how much money you won’t be receiving in case you decide to sell.
  2. All the payment transfers should be approved by court, and approval is possible only if it is determined by the judge that the transfer is in the best interest of the seller. It must also be found by the court that the transfer is a necessity and not a desire.
  3. It is necessary for the buyer to provide the full disclosure of terms which are agreed upon regarding the transfer.
  4. The interested parties who are involved with transfer should be identified and also notified so that they can respond, oppose or agree the transfer. Court should also get the proof that all involved parties have been notified.
  5. No contravention of any other state or the federal statues should take place by transfer.

When it comes to making sure that the consumer know of intricacies which are involved in transferring the structured settlements, it is required by the government that one should get the possibility of receiving impartial advice from a third party. It is required by a number of states that seller should be notified of this stated right, while other states have requirement that the seller should show a proof that they did receive such advice. Delaware, Alaska, Maine, North Carolina, Maryland, Ohio and Minnesota all have the requirement that seller should get such counseling unless waiver is signed.

Federal Law is applicable as well:

The process which one follows during the transfer of structured settlement is governed by the state laws, and the federal law is also applicable and it is beyond the requirements of the SSPA. It was decided by the federal government in 2002 that all the state laws should be standardized. For this purpose an amendment was made in the IRS Code by the Congress (Section 5891). The amendments clarified as well as cemented the industry rules with application of following:

  • All the transfers of structured settlements had to be in compliance with the specific version of each state’s SSPA, including that transfer had to be in the best interest of the seller and his dependents or family.
  • An excise tax of 40% was to be applied on the transfers which failed to seek the approval of judge. Instead of having a punishment, it was considered as a deterrent which would encourage the sellers to not go through with transfer in case the company was predatory or unscrupulous.

Since 2002, all the states, except two have ratified their versions of SSPA. Vermont is the most recent one.

 

Buyers in Secondary Annuity Market:

The term secondary marketplace is a reference to marketplace which was created for the holder of the annuities so they can sell the investments. It allows the sellers to receive a lump sum amount instead of waiting for ongoing payments according to the settlement agreement.

In most of the cases, those who buy structured settlements and annuities are businesses themselves. Few individuals are also involved in the market. A lump sum amount is paid by these businesses in return for transfer of the structured settlement. It means that the buyer gets the ongoing payments while the seller gets a lump sum amount of money. It’s quite simple.

This marketplace was created accidentally. PPSA was signed in the year 1982 and the structured settlements started to become the preferred way for the settlements awarded in accident and injury cases. However, it was not taken in account by this law that the financial situations and the cost of living of people change frequently. It left the holders of structured settlements and the annuitants holding a bag to some extent.

Secondary marketplace came into existence in order to give the individuals a way to sell the annuity or the settlement which they hold, in return for lump sum amount. The individual could then use that cash in order to pay for his medical bills or to meet other financial obligations.

In the beginning there was no regulation for the secondary market. SSPA or the Structured Settlement Protection Act was soon enacted. The Act made it mandatory for all the sales to seek the approval of a judge. A number of other protections and rights were also given to the consumers selling the structured settlements or the annuities. The things have improved considerably, but some unethical buyers still exist and the customer should make sure that they go for a factoring company which enjoys good reputation.

 

How to choose a quality company:

It is not a simple thing to find right buyer. There are many of them but it can be a problem to get in touch with them. Moreover, question of the quality compounds this question. Majority of the consumers don’t have much knowledge regarding the sales industry of structured settlements. A factory company can take the confusion out of the equation, but there are some important things which all the consumers should know.

The first thing is to realize that all the buyers are there for profit. The structured settlement will not be sold on its face value which it has according to the agreement. They will be sold at discount. This discount represents the profit of the company. The discount amount varies considerably. An important part of making sure that you have chosen the correct company is to ensure that they are giving you a fair deal. The buyer should make profit but you should also be treated equally well.

It is important that you review the agreement with the attorney or a third party who is an independent expert. Don’t assume that you understand the agreement unless you are expert on legal matters yourself. Unfair terms and hidden fees might be hidden in such agreements, so you should ensure that you are receiving the expert guidance during the entire process.

Using the settlement proceeds in order to pay off debt:

One thing which most of the Americans have in common is perhaps debt. Almost all of us carry more debts than what we should. For those people who get injured in accident and are not able to work, debt can be a huge burden. It can build up with time, or it might happen seemingly overnight, as a result of the healthcare needs and medical bills which are brought by injury or accident in question. Problem with this is that if one is living on payments from the structured settlement, these are not enough in order to meet the burden of debt along with the costs of living. In such situation, many people sell their structured settlement in order to get a lump sum amount.

It is not as simple as that, before you start, there are some things which you should know about selling the payments.

Selling your Payments:

In case you need to sell the structured settlement in order to handle the debt, which can be from the student loans, medical bills or anything else, you will have to follow the following steps:

  • Know your Value – The structured settlement which you have is an asset with specific value. Before deciding to sell your structured settlement or some of it, you should know the value of the settlement. The current value in cash will be helpful, but you should also speak to some financial adviser about effects of inflation.
  • How much to sell – You should also know that how much of the settlement you will like to sell. You don’t have to sell all of it. You should sell only so much as to cover the debt. Retain the remaining in order to hold it for future needs.
  • Getting help from factoring company – The key of finding a qualified buyer is to work with a reputable an experienced factoring company.
  • Legal guidance – It is always recommended by us that one should seek legal guidance. What can be right for one particular consumer can be wrong for other consumers. You should work with trusted attorney to make sure that you are taking the right decision.
  • Go to Court – One has to seek the approval of a judge, if any portion of the structured settlement is sold. You will need to go to the court and reply to the questions asked by the judge in a satisfactory way. It should be noted that it is often considered a viable option to sell the payments for the purpose of reducing ones burden of dept.
  • Finish the process – After the judge agrees to sale, you need to sign a contract. You will receive the money, from that point. The time period between issue of approval from judge and you receiving the money may vary considerably.

Using and Annuity for settlement of debt:

The settlement of debt is a delicate subject, but a necessary one sometimes. In case one is struggling under growing amount of debt, one may work with a debt settlement company in order to a payment each month and to stop the creditor harassment. You can do all the things yourself, which debt settlement companies do, but these companies are experts and they are better connected. Such companies charge for the services they provide.

Making monthly payments may seem impossible sometimes. However, if you are the owner of a structured settlement or an annuity, you can consider selling some portion in order to make the timely payments of debt.

In fact, selling the structured settlement can make sure that you are able to meet the financial obligations. In case you have lost the job or you have mounting medical bills – the sale of the structured settlement can make sure that you do not default on the debts.

Having said that selling annuity or structured settlement may not be the right choice for everyone. One does not receive the face value of his settlement and the amount which one receives, depends on the offer one choses. Selling or transferring your settlement can prove to be a good idea but you should take the decision after thinking carefully.

We Can Help You:

We believe that selling your structured settlement should be an easy, straightforward and simple process. We can help to make sure that you end up with a fair deal which you deserve and you get the best possible pay out from the transfer.

All that is required from you is to give us some information, and we will work on your behalf. We will connect you with the qualified buyers. These buyers are seeking settlements just like yours and they are willing to pay good for the opportunity. We do much more than simply connecting you with buyer. We will work with you during the whole process. We are dedicated to helping you.