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Today's Annuity Rates
Fixed annuities pay a specified interest rate for a set number of years (usually 3 to 10).
Fixed Index Annuities provide upside potential when the markets perform and downside protection from a potential downturn.
Income Annuity Rates
Converts a portion of your retirement savings into an income stream for your lifetime or a set number of years.
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