metropolitan wrote: »
How much do you know about VULs? If you don't know much, I suggest you do some research on the internet first.
danica00 wrote: »
I'm starting to know quite a bit and continously researching about different investment vehicles. I know that there are premium charges and about the risk compared to traditional insurance. However I do think this is the best initial investment for me since I currently do not have an insurance policy and I also want to start learning about investing with mutual funds, stocks and the like. It's less risky than investing purely on mutual funds, stocks or bonds since I'm also getting the added benefit of an insurance policy. Just wanna know about others' first hand experiences with their plans
nuss wrote: »
Philamlife's AIG Asset Builder has no premium charges whatsoever. Which means that almost all of what you pay gets invested already.
Here's a summary... http://www.philamlife.com/Products/Savings.html
But if you want to be technical about it, the AIG Asset Builder is only considered to be variable life and not VUL.