A Fixed Index Annuity (FIA) is an insurance contract between you and a life insurance company designed to help you accumulate assets for retirement. They offer low financial risk, conservative returns, and protection for market ups and downs. You pay a premium to the insurance agency in return for regular income payments over a period of time, beginning at some point in the future. If you are looking for a retirement strategy that protects your principal, has some good upside potential, and provides a predictable guaranteed lifetime income stream in retirement1, an FIA may be something to consider.

Are you in or near retirement? One of the most common fears for retirees and those planning for retirement is outliving their money. Learn how annuities can help generate a steady stream of income or increase your current savings. They can also help you leave a legacy and provide income for your heirs.

The purchase of an annuity is an important financial decision. Be sure to schedule a full discussion with our company about your retirement needs before making any decisions.

1Product and features may differ depending on the state of issuance and may not be available in all states. Guarantees are backed by the financial strength and claims-paying ability of the issuing company.

Fixed Indexed Annuities are Insurance Contracts and do not directly participate in any stock, bond or equity investments. You are not buying any shares of Stocks, bonds or shares of an index. The Market index value does not include the dividends paid on the underlying market index. These dividends are also not reflected in any indexed interest that may be credited to your contact. Such contracts have substantial variation in terms, costs of guarantees and features and may cap participation or returns in significant ways. Investors are cautioned to carefully review a fixed index annuity for its features, costs, and risk and how the variables are calculated. Any guarantees are backed by the financial strength of the insurance company. The tax-deferred feature of an annuity should not be a factor in purchasing an annuity in a tax-qualified plan. Tax deferral is provided by the plan and the tax-deferral of the annuity does not provide any additional benefit. Annuities are subject to additional fees and expenses to which other tax-qualified funding vehicles may not be subject. Individuals should only purchase an annuity in a qualified plan when its other benefits, such as lifetime income payments, family protection through death benefits, and/or guaranteed fees meet their current needs.

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