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What Are Annuities?
How An Annuity Works
An annuity is an investment that pays you back over a long period – often for the rest of your life. The guaranteed income payments are designed to help you cover costs and protect yourself from the risk of not having enough money later. With annuitization, your initial investment (what you contribute) is turned into regular payments that last for as long as you need them. Annuities are issued by life insurance companies and can help make sure you don’t run out of funds during retirement.
An annuity contract is a document that you sign that legally binds you and the insurance company. This means that the responsibility for whether or not your savings will last through retirement shifts from you to the life insurance company. You pay premiums as outlined in return for this service.
How Are Annuity Rates Set?
Interest rates fluctuate based on the type of annuity. For example, the issuing insurance company sets a fixed rate. This guaranteed rate usually applies for 2-20 years.
Annuity contracts are more complex when it comes to setting interest rates. Take, for instance, a fixed-indexed annuity with a rate based on growth in an equity market index–like the S&P 500 or Nasdaq–and a fixed rate.