Second-to-die life insurance, or survivorship insurance, was mainly intended for one purpose: Pay any estate taxes for nonspouse heirs over the estate tax exemption.
This year the exemption rose 75%, to $7 million per couple or $3.5 million per spouse. It’s impossible to say what will happen to estate taxes, but that exemption is likely to remain where it is for several years.
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