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Marjorie Ford Smith is a Certified Structured Settlement Consultant with Millennium Settlements, Inc (CA# 0I11806). She is also a Registered Investment Advisor with Ford & Smith Consulting, Inc., licensed in California.

What’s New in Structured Settlements? A Lot!

What’s New in Structured Settlements? A Lot!

Structured settlements became a popular alternative to lump sum settlements in the 1970s. In 1982, Congress adopted special tax rules that encouraged the use of structured settlements for personal injury victims and their families. Since then, little has changed in the industry—until recently. What used to be an industry with narrow parameters, now offers much […]

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