Commentary: Cash-value life insurance can preserve assets for heirs

Commentary: Cash-value life insurance can preserve assets for heirs Clients with high enough net worth may be better off buying a cash-value life insurance policy than stashing assets in a certificate of deposit, writes Brett Berg of Prudential Financial. Such a move can preserve money for heirs, offer a better rate of return and possibly provide accelerated benefits for critical illness, Berg writes. National Underwriter Life & Health (3/30)