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A person owning a life insurance policy has the option of selling the policy to someone else and receiving a lump sum of money prior to their death.

• A person owning a life insurance policy has the option of selling the policy to someone else and receiving a lump sum of money prior to their death. Upon their death, the person who bought the policy receives the payout on the policy.
◦ What financial factors would you consider to determine the price you would pay for the policy?
◦ Do you see an ethical issue with doing this? Why or why not?
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A person owning a life insurance policy has the option of selling the policy to someone else
and receiving a lump sum of money prior to their death. Upon their death, the person who
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