06/04/2012 (press release: theinfogroup) // Richardson, Texas, USA // Shannon Harvey
Selling structured settlement payments is a compromise. Doing so means that you are literally trading future dollars for present dollars, and receiving less now than if you waited. How do you trust that an offer is really fair?
One of the top structured settlement industry authorities, Annuity Transfers’ Bob Thompson, has recently posted a two part series on what makes up a “fair price” when selling structured settlement payments.
He introduces “The Fair Price Equation” as a way to understand the cost to trade the future money received in selling structured settlement payments for money to be paid today. In simple to understand language and examples, Mr. Thompson explains each part or term in the equation and how to determine a fair value. The second part of the series explains the importance of trust in the process of determining whether you have received a fair price for your payments.
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