Annuity (finance Theory) - Other Types

Other Types

  • Fixed annuities – These are annuities with fixed payments. They are primarily used for low risk investments like government securities or corporate bonds. Fixed annuities offer a fixed rate but are not regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission. This type can be adversely affected by high inflation.
  • Variable annuities – Unlike fixed annuities, these are regulated by the SEC. They allow you to invest in portions of money markets.
  • Equity-indexed annuities – Lump sum payments are made to an insurance company. Can be implemented with a Call option.

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