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How Much Does a $100,000 Annuity Pay Per Month?

How Much Does a $100,000 Annuity Pay Per Month

How Much Does a $100,000 Annuity Pay Per Month?

I ran lifetime annuity quotes and compared more than 300 income riders from 56 top annuity companies to determine the best monthly payments for a $100,000 annuity at various ages.

My research concluded that a $100,000 annuity would pay you between $417 and $504 per month if you begin your payments immediately (depending on your age at the time of purchase).  

In this guide, you’ll learn what the best guaranteed monthly annuity payments are using today’s best lifetime annuity rates. If you want a personalized income annuity quote you may jump directly to our immediate annuity calculator.

The below tables show you the top 3 monthly annuity payouts for a $100,000 annuity beginning immediately at ages 60, 65, and 70.

Immediate Lifetime Income: Age 60

Nassau Re$412$4,940B+.95%
Great American$398$4,770A+1.15%

Immediate Lifetime Income: Age 65

Sentinel Security Life$459$5,508B++1.05%

Immediate Lifetime Income: Age 70

Sentinel Security Life$504$6,048B++1.05%
Global Atlantic$500$6,000A1.00%

Best Lifetime Annuities for Immediate Income

The table below lists how much a $100,000 annuity will pay per month when purchased at ages 55 to 70. This table includes the annuity company and specific products with the highest payment at each age.

How Much Do Annuities Pay Per Month?

The table below shows the monthly annuity payments for a $100,000, $200,000, $500,000, and a $1,000,000 annuity beginning immediately at various ages. The older you are when you begin taking your income the greater your monthly payments will be.

For instance, a $100,000 annuity would pay you $365 per month beginning immediately at age 55; $479 per month beginning immediately at age 65, and $521 monthly at age 70.

AGE $100,000.00 $200,000.00 $500,000.00 $1,000,000.00
55$365.00$730.00 $1,825.00 $3,650.00
56$372.00$744.00 $1,860.00 $3,720.00
57$381.00$762.00 $1,905.00 $3,810.00
58$388.00$776.00 $1,940.00 $3,880.00
59$397.00$794.00 $1,985.00 $3,970.00
60$438.00$876.00 $2,190.00 $4,380.00
61$438.00$876.00 $2,190.00 $4,380.00
62$438.00$876.00 $2,190.00 $4,380.00
63$442.00$884.00 $2,210.00 $4,420.00
64$450.00$900.00 $2,250.00 $4,500.00
65$479.00$958.00 $2,395.00 $4,790.00
66$479.00$958.00 $2,395.00 $4,790.00
67$479.00$958.00 $2,395.00 $4,790.00
68$483.00$966.00 $2,415.00 $4,830.00
69$492.00$984.00 $2,460.00 $4,920.00
70$521.00 $1,042.00 $2,605.00 $5,210.00

Do Annuities Pay More if You Wait to Take Income?

The longer you wait to begin your income payments after buying an annuity, the higher the monthly payouts will be. The table below shows income amounts at ages 60, 65, and 70 when purchased at various ages.

For example, if you purchase a $100,000 annuity at age 40 it would pay you $10,538.00 annually, or $878.17 per month, begging at age 60.

AgeIn 5 YearsIn 10 yearsIn 20 Years
50$8,872 $13,005
55$6,603 $10,000 $14,433
60$7,648 $10,800
65$8,160 $11,689
70$9,010 $14,108

How Much Interest Does a $100,000 Annuity Pay ?

How much will an annuity pay? Enter your initial investment amount, the fixed annuity rate, and the term in the calculator below then hit CALCULATE.  

A $100,000 annuity would pay you $375.00 in interest per month. If you allow your annuity interest to accumulate and take a withdrawal once per year $100,000 annuity would pay $4,593.98 in interest annually.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our research found that a $750,000 annuity will pay between $3,125 and $9,083 per month for a single lifetime. Income amounts vary based on age at the time of purchase, and how long you wait to begin taking your income payments.

Single-Premium Immediate Annuities do not charge a fee. However, there is a fee to add a guaranteed income rider to a deferred annuity. The fee comes out of your account value and does not reduce your annuity payments.

Generally speaking, the best time to buy an annuity intended to generate lifetime income is 10 years prior to taking lifetime income payments. So if your desired retirement age is 65, you should purchase your income annuity at age 55 or shortly thereafter to maximize the benefits provided by lifetime income riders.

A $200,000 annuity would pay you approximately $958 each month for the rest of your life if you purchased the annuity at age 65 and began taking payments immediately.

Jason Caudill, MBA

Jason Caudill, MBA

Jason is passionate about annuities and the important role they can play inside a retirement portfolio. He's distributed more than $1.5 Billion in annuities over a 17-year career; serving in many roles, including RVP at the largest independent Annuity Brokerage Firm, VP of Marketing at a top Insurance Company, and Regional Director in the Private Client Group at a Fortune 500 Company.

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