In the article, Stueve shared one personal reason he pursues this type of work:
“My father has been in the life insurance industry for 50 years,” he said. “One of the very reasons my father has sold very few of these types of policies is that they get expensive down the road, and for a lot of folks, even if you don’t add in the hidden expenses, they become so hard to afford. The whole idea of people buying these policies is that, theoretically, they are going to be in place when they die.”
The full article is available here.