Most financial advisors offer their clients life insurance planning but few find it worth the effort. It’s not the core of their practice and the sheer number and complexity of the various policies and regulations combined with the mountains of paperwork can be a major headache.

As a result, less than 52% of financial advisors describe life insurance planning as a successful aspect of their business, according to a recent survey by Saybrus Partners, Inc., a life insurance partnership firm, and 30% avoid it completely.

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