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Annuity's protects agents the risk of?

Living to long.

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Insurance protect againts the risk of?

Premature death. 

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Annuity's principal function?

Liqudation of an state.

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Tax Deferred

For investments held until retirement, the tax savings are substantial. At retirement, the retiree will likely be in a lower tax bracket and no longer subject to premature tax and product withdrawal penalties. Investing in qualified products, such as IRAs, allows participants to claim some or all of their contributions as a deduction on their tax return. The benefit of declaring deductions in current years and incurring lower taxation in later years makes tax-deferred investments attractive. A tax-deferred account allows you to postpone income tax that would otherwise be due on employment or investment earnings you hold in the account until some point the future, often when you retire. For example, you can contribute pretax income to employer retirement plans, such as a traditional 401(k) or 403(b). You owe no tax on any earnings in these plans, or in traditional individual retirement accounts (IRAs), fixed and variable annuities, and some insurance policies until you withdraw the money. Then tax is due on the amounts you take out, at the same rate you pay on your regular income. A big advantage of tax deferral is that earnings may compound more quickly, since no money is being taken out of the account to pay taxes. But in return for postponing taxes, you agree to limited access to your money before you reach 59 1/2.

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Annuyties are purchase in two ways?

INDIVIDUAL (for retirement income or other needs) GROUP (used to fund sponsed retirement plans for employees)

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Annuities 

 

Product that is sold by Insurance companies but are not Life Insurance. It protects from the risk of living too long.

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Tax Deferred Annuity (TDA)

A tax-defer is a type of retirement plan available to employees of non-profit organizations, some public education organizations, cooperative hospital service organizations, as well as self-employed ministers. It is called a "tax-deferred" annuity because it is not taxed until the person starts withdrawing money from the annuity. A tax-deferred annuity is also known as a tax-sheltered annuity. Insuranceopedia explains Tax-Deferred Annuity (TDA) 403(b)s are an example of a TDA. These forms of retirement savings are commonly offered to government and non-profit organization employees. The employee, the employer, or both may contribute to the account, depending on the structuring of it. Oftentimes, the employer will make contributions that match the employee's contributions up to a certain amount. However, sometimes an employee will make contributions based on a salary reduction agreement. Tax-deferred annuities can help supplement pensions and/or social security income for retirees

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Depleted

to empty of a principal substance

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Contingent

Occurring or existing only if (certain circumstances) are the case; dependent on. synonyms: dependent, conditional; subject to, based on, determined by, hingeing on, resting on, hanging on, controlled by

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Recipient

A person who recieves soemthing synonyms: heir, heiress, inheritor, legatee; More recipient, receiver, payee, donee, assignee; devisee, grantee, cestui que trust; heritor

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Exclusion Ratio

Is simply the percentage of an investor's return that is not subject to taxes. The exclusion ratio is a percentage with a dollar amount equal to the payback on an initial investment. Any return above the exclusion ratio is subject to taxes, such as a capital gains tax. Most of the time, the ________ ______ applies to non-qualified annuities.

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Hedge

Protect oneself against loss on (a bet or investment) by making balancing or compensating transactions.

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State

Sum Of Money

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Actuary

a person who calculates insurance and annuity premiums, reserves, and dividends

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Estate 

1. Total of all assets a person possesses and/or is beneficially entitled to.

2. Taxable entity that comes into existence after the death of a taxpayer, includes all of his or her assets (property and personal effects), and remains in existence until the assets are distributed to his or her heirs, beneficiaries, and/or claimants.
 

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Annuties protect agents he risk of ?

Living to long.

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Individual Annuities 

Purchased to fund retirement income, or other financial need.

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Group annuities 

Used to fund employer-sponsored retirement plans to employees.

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In annuities, you are delaying?

Taxes to be paid over a long term period. The growth of Interest and earnings inside the investment are not taxed in the year they are withdrawn.