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Using Life Insurance as an Inflation-Hedging Strategy in Retirement and Estate Planning
Given the changes in the world since the start of 2020, and the extraordinary government intervention and monetary policy since then, many consumers and their financial professionals are concerned about inflation. While time will tell whether this concern is valid, the fear of inflation may be broken down to a worry about the loss of buying power.