by Structured Settlement Watchdog
A structured settlement brokerage firm has shattered the glass ceiling of incredulity, by claiming a "popular choice among plaintiffs" is "delayed payments that don’t pay out until the plaintiff reaches retirement: To ensure a comfortable retirement, the money will stay out of reach and incur interest in order to grow the total amount". Well as Ben Marcus said "Submitting students to the rigors of learning seemed only to incur the wrath of many of them …— Ben Marcus, Time, 8 Jan. 2001
According to the Cambridge English Dictionary, the word "incur" means " to become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one's own behavior or actions".
Are we expected to believe from the website of this entity, that if you agree to a structured settlement with a delayed start date until retirement so it will (1) stay out of reach and (2) you will literally have to pay interest as the settlement planner states, and thereby be subject to something unwelcome or unpleasant, as a result of your own actions? Now there's a real selling point!
Of course not, what the structured settlement consultant says is total howler since one DOES NOT "incur interest" in, or as a result of a structured settlement.
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