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Learn about the four primary concerns that define the financial planning process for retirees.
A “fixed rate” annuity is one variation in a broader family of traditional, tax-deferred annuities. Other varieties of tax-deferred annuities include: variable annuities, equity-indexed annuities and multi-year guarantee annuities. learn more
A “Variable” annuity is a contract between you and an insurance company. Although it shares many similarities with fixed rate and/or equity-indexed annuities, a variable annuity has three major distinctions from these annuities: risk, fees and often how the death benefits are paid. learn more
The introduction of the “equity-index” has revolutionized the insurance and annuity industry in recent years. Like other tax-deferred annuities, the equity-index annuity is a contract between you and an insurance company; however, it is considered neither a fixed rate nor variable annuity. learn more