Structured settlements were designed to offer its recipients a steady flow of income to help with common household expenses such as rent, mortgage, utilities, food, and transportation. It was first made popular in the 1970’s because it allowed companies enough time to gather money while the recipient still received regular checks to offset their cost of living.
Today structured settlements are still common practice and are often rewarded in court, or through an insurance company. If you have a structured settlement you may consider yourself lucky until you realize that your payments are not enough to cover your most basic expenses. If this is true, then you may want to consider selling all or some of your structured settlement payments so you can tackle that growing stack of bills and get your finances back onto the right path.
By selling your structured settlement for a lump sum payment, you would get the money to take care of your unpaid debt. You can also use the money to invest in a better future through education or a promising business venture.
AnFed Bank can help you get the money you need to achieve your goals by buying your structured settlement payments
for a lump sum. AnFed Bank has been working in the structured settlement finance history for years and they know what they are doing. Their team of knowledgeable professionals will work with you and guide you through every step of the process so you can be confident that you will be getting a fair lump sum payment for your structured settlement.