BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 05/31/13 -- Goldman Small Cap Research, a stock market research firm focused on the small cap and micro-cap sectors, notes that INSCOR, Inc. (OTC Pink: IOGA) has an offering that is tailor-made to aid high net worth individuals as well as the super wealthy, seeking to ensure a lifetime of income. INSCOR, Inc. (OTC Pink: IOGA), is a provider of low-cost solutions to funding retiree and other employee benefits.
While the Company's primary focus is on funding retiree health benefits on behalf of municipalities, its FIT (Financed Insurance Trust) plan for ultra-wealthy individuals uses a similar approach to estate planning and long-term, steady income/revenue stream generation. Even the recent $590.5M Powerball jackpot winner would be wise to seek out INSCOR to ensure a lifetime of income, typically tax-free.
INSCOR specializes in providing significant funding solutions by utilizing high cash-value life insurance contracts combined with low-cost financing. The insurance and financing are modeled within the framework of a Financed Insurance Trust to provide individuals with substantial cash flows from life insurance proceeds and cash values at little or no out-of-pocket cost.
The FIT plan for individuals is a tool designed for affluent individuals, entertainers, and professional athletes seeking estate planning vehicles or to fund cash flow needs. We note that with the help of Vice Chairman of the Board, Dominique Wilkins, a former NBA star and NBA Hall-of-Famer, the FIT plan for high-net worth individuals is significantly building brand awareness in the athlete market.
Just like the Powerball winner who is about to come into a fortune, the FIT plan for individuals should be a requirement for the nouveau riche as well as all athletes and entertainers. After all, many of these figures typically have a very short earning career and a boatload of expenses, and thus require a program that provides a lifetime of income.
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About INSCOR, Inc. (OTC Pink: IOGA): INSCOR, Inc. specializes in educating and marketing the FIT OPEB plan to municipalities and corporations as a low-cost solution to funding retiree and other employee benefits. A FIT plan variation also works for affluent individuals, entertainers and professional athletes -- whether for estate planning or funding cash flow needs. INSCOR's "FIT" (Financed Insurance Trust) strategy uses a combination of favorable financing terms, innovative uses of specific life insurance products and trusts -- all of which result in minimum levels of out-of-pocket costs for producing significant future funding and revenue stream opportunities. For more information visit: www.ins-cor.com.
Goldman Small Cap Research
Rob Goldman, Analyst
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