May 22, 2019
Michelle Caine of Prudential Financial Becomes the New NSSTA President
March 29, 2019
Structured Settlements in Workers’ Compensation Claims: A Creative Approach to Settlement
December 14, 2018
Structured for Success - Structured Settlements Allow Negotiation Based on Plaintiffs’ Needs
May 9, 2018
Structured Settlements: Then and Now
May 9, 2018
Warren Buffet on Structured Settlements
December 6, 2016
Beyond The MSA: Settling Workers' Compensation Death Benefits Claims With A Structured Settlement
By Brian Annandono, Cssc
Consider using a structured settlement to settle workers’ compensation death benefits cases. The combination of immediate cash and future tax-free periodic payments helps claims professionals design creative settlement proposals which meet the specific needs of the deceased employee’s family.
January 12, 2016
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The Beginnings Of Structured Settlements
Currently an estimated $5 billion industry, structured settlements were once considered too risky because tax implications for insurers and claimants hadn’t been ironed out. According to Peter Arnold, deputy director of the national structured settlements trade association (NSSTA) based in Washington D.C., the creation of a federal tax code recognizing structured settlement annuities 30 years ago paved the way for the increased use of structured settlements in bodily injury claims negotiations today.
The Smart Way To Pay Off Debt By Suze Orman
Suze Orman gives advice for cashing out a structured settlement.
December 27, 2015
The Flawed System That Allows Companies To Make Millions Off The Injured
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