With permanent insurance, the policy owner can borrow
QUESTION 1With permanent insurance, the policy owner can borrow against the cash value in the form of interest bearing loans or as surrender proceeds.TrueFalse10 pointsQUESTION 2Dylan purchased a $250,000 term insurance policy on his own life, and then transferred the policy to his wife Nora two months later. The coupleâs daughter Morgan is the beneficiary of the policy. At Dylanâs death, the death benefit payable to Morgan is considered a gift from Nora, subject to gift tax.TrueFalse10 pointsQUESTION 3Which type of life insurance policy permits the contract owner to choose the level of premium, the death benefit amount and the duration of the premium-paying period?A. Convertible termA. Whole lifeA. Universal lifeA. Second-to-die life10 pointsQUESTION 4Which statement describes the policy valuation for a gift or a bequest of a single-premium policy?A. The value is the interpolated terminal reserve plus any unearned premiums.A. The value is the unused premium amount.A. The value is the premium paid minus expenses and mortality charges.A. The value is the new issuance charge for a comparable contract of equal face value.10 pointsQUESTION 5Connor had been the owner and beneficiary of a $1 million whole-life insurance policy on his sisterâs life. Connor gifted the policy away four years ago to his nephew but kept the right to borrow its cash value. If the policy was valued at $200,000 when Connor died, what amount attributed to the policy was included in his gross estate?A. Nothing. The gift of the policy to his nephew was not subject to the 3 year rule therefore the policy was not included in Connorâs estate.A. The $200,000 date of death value of the policy was included in Connorâs gross estate because he had been the owner but not the insured.A. The $1 million death benefit was included in Connorâs estate because he retained an incident of ownership in the policy at his death.A. The cash value of the policy was included in Connorâs gross estate.10 pointsQUESTION 6Lyle established a revocable trust six years ago and named the trust the beneficiary of his life insurance policy. Lyleâs wife and child are the beneficiaries of the trust. The proceeds paid to the trust at Lyleâs death will not be included in his gross estate.TrueFalse10 pointsQUESTION 7In a dynasty trust, once life insurance proceeds are paid to a trust, beneficiaries receive discretionary income distributions with a limited power of appointment over trust corpus.TrueFalse10 pointsQUESTION 8A credit shelter trust can be the beneficiary of a life insurance policy when an insured spouse dies.TrueFalse10 pointsQUESTION 9Which statement regarding an ILIT is incorrect?Insurance proceeds paid to the trust are protected from the claims of creditors, including the decedentâs creditors.The trust cannot hold a survivorship policy when a husband and wife are co-insureds.All incidents of ownership over a policy are held by the trustee.An ILIT allows an insured to leverage annual exclusion gifts, his unified credit and his GST exemption by gifting a policy with a low current gift value in relation to the value at the insuredâs death.10 pointsQUESTION 10Hugh created an irrevocable trust five years ago and transferred a $4 million whole-life policy to the trust. His wife, Meryl, will receive the income for life, with the remainder payable to her estate. What is the consequence of this transfer?Hugh and Meryl can offset the taxable amount of the premiums with gift-splitting and annual exclusions.A. Assuming Meryl survives Hugh, only the trustâs remainder interest is includable in her estate.When Hugh transferred the policy to the trust, he could not offset the gift tax with a marital deduction.Hugh can borrow from the policyâs cash value without adverse tax consequences,10 pointsClick Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers.