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Often described as underlying investment accounts, a variable annuity is where an insurance company agrees to make periodic payments to you, starting either immediately or at a future date. Variable annuities offer a range of investment options, and are typically underlying investment accounts that invest in stocks, bonds, money market instruments, or a combination of the three. ‡
A fixed annuity, or fixed income annuity, can provide a secure tax-deferred investment. With a fixed annuity, the insurance company agrees to pay you a fixed income for a period of time based upon the value invested in the annuity.
Living a long, happy, and healthy life is wonderful, but a common concern among retirees is that they may outlive their savings. Without knowing the exact number of years of retirement that you will face, planning a lasting, life-long income is challenging. An immediate annuity guarantees life-long income. It works by you contributing a lump sum, and then receiving a monthly income for the rest of your life. The income is determined by your age, and you may select from several payout options that best suits your needs.
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† Investors should consider the contract and the underlying portfolio’s investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses carefully before investing. The contract prospectus and the underlying portfolio’s prospectus contain this and other important information. For copies of the prospectuses, please contact your financial professional. We recommend that you read the prospectuses carefully before investing.
‡ Variable annuities are suitable for long-term investing, particularly retirement savings. Any guarantees are subject to the claims paying ability of the issuing insurer.