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In theory, yes. If you can find someone willing to pay you cash in return for your assignment, certainly you are free to enter into such an arrangement. In practice, no. Viatical settlement firms pay terminally or chronically ill individuals cash in exchange for receiving the assignment of their life insurance coverage. While the required life expectancies vary by firm, no firm in the industry will pay for receiving assignment from an individual who is not terminally or chronically ill. It simply makes no sense. The firm would have no expectation of when they would receive the death benefit. They would have to discount the amount paid so much in order to account for this uncertainty, that the amount paid would go down to zero.
For more information about assignment, see the FEGLI Handbook.
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