Agreeing to a structured settlement can be a very wise decision in that it can save you a considerable amount of money in court fees and lawyer costs while providing you with a financial reward for your case. Of course this financial reward is made through periodic payments rather than a lump sum, a fact that could limit the financial options of a structured settlement annuitant.
For many structured settlement annuitants the periodic payments simply don’t satisfy their most pressing needs or move them closer to realizing their financial goals. Because of this many annuitants opt to sell their future structured settlements and take lump sum payments rather than resign themselves to periodic payments.
While this can be a prudent decision it can’t be made without investigation because not every buyer is offering the same amount for structured settlement payments. The truth is many buyers are nothing more than a broker, positioning themselves between an annuitant and a financial institution. These brokers can’t offer a top dollar lump sum because they are trying to but low and then sell high.
When a structured settlement annuitant wants to get the most money for their future settlement payments they should go directly to AnFed Bank, the only bank specifically designed to serve the unique needs of structured settlement annuitants and lottery winners. AnFed Bank is the financial institution, eliminating the brokers and providing annuitants with what their payments are really worth.
By taking this route an annuitant will receive a generous lump sum from AnFed Bank, providing them with the opportunity to take care of the financial obligations and goals they want to reach.
If you have a structured settlement and you are looking to sell all or part of your future payments request a free consultation with AnFed Bank and find out how you can get what your payments are really worth.