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When considering the formula for present value of an seven percent return annuity, there are many factors to investigate along the way. While some may consider this to be a cumbersome activity, history suggests that investigating the present value of an annuity due will pay often off if not immediately then down the road. For example is one considering the purchase of an existing annuity due, or is one considering the sale of an existing annuity due, or the purchase of a new annuity? Or is one considering evaluating an existing annuity for estate tax purposes? What discount rate assumptions are proper and what financial crediting factors are appropriate?

 

 
 
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Slide 1: ==== ==== When considering the formula for present value of an seven percent return annuity, there are many factors to investigate along the way. While some may consider this to be a cumbersome activity, history suggests that investigating the present value of an annuity due will pay often off if not immediately then down the road. For example is one considering the purchase of an existing annuity due, or is one considering the sale of an existing annuity due, or the purchase of a new annuity? Or is one considering evaluating an existing annuity for estate tax purposes? What discount rate assumptions are proper and what financial crediting factors are appropriate? http://www.sevenpercentreturn.com ==== ==== It is basically an agreement for one person or organization to pay another a series of payments. Usually the term "annuity" relates to a contract between you and a life insurance company, but a charity or a trust can take the place of the insurance company. There are many categories of annuities. They can be classified by: Nature of the underlying investment - fixed or variable Primary purpose - accumulation or pay-out (deferred or immediate) Nature of pay-out commitment - fixed period, fixed amount, or lifetime Tax status - qualified or non-qualified Premium payment arrangement - single premium or flexible premium An annuity can be classified in several of these categories at once. For example, you might buy a non-qualified single premium deferred variable annuity. In a variable annuity, by contrast, you can choose to invest your purchase payments from among a range of different investment options, typically mutual funds. The rate of return on your purchase payments, and the amount of the periodic payments you will eventually receive, will vary depending on the performance of the investment options you have selected. An equity-indexed annuity is a special type of annuity. During the accumulation period - when you make either a lump sum payment or a series of payments - the insurance company credits you with a return that is based on changes in an equity index, such as the S&P 500 Composite Stock Price Index. The insurance company typically guarantees a minimum return. Guaranteed minimum return rates vary. After the accumulation period, the insurance company will make periodic payments to you under the terms of your contract, unless you choose to receive your contract value in a lump sum. In general, annuities have the following attractive features: Tax deferral on investment earnings Many investments are taxed year by year, but the investment earnings-capital gains and
Slide 2: investment income-in annuities aren't taxable until you withdraw money. This tax deferral is also true of 401(k)s and IRAs; however, unlike these products, there are no limits on the amount you can put into an annuity. Moreover, the minimum withdrawal requirements for annuities are much more liberal than they are for 401(k)s and IRAs. Protection from creditors If you own an immediate annuity (that is, you are receiving money from an insurance company), generally the most that creditors can access is the payments as they're made, since the money you gave the insurance company now belongs to the company. Some state statutes and court decisions also protect some or all of the payments from those annuities. And your money in taxfavored retirement plans, such as IRAs and 401(k)s, are generally protected, whether invested in an annuity or not. An array of investment options, including "floors" Many annuity companies offer a variety of investment options. You can invest in a fixed annuity which would credit a specified interest rate, similar to a bank Certificate of Deposit (CD). If you buy a variable annuity, your money can be invested in stock or bond (or other) mutual funds. In recent years, annuity companies have created various types of "floors" that limit the extent of investment decline from an increasing reference point. For example, the annuity may offer a feature that guarantees your investment will never fall below its value on its most recent policy anniversary. Tax-free transfers among investment options In contrast to mutual funds and other investments made with "after-tax money," with annuities there are no tax consequences if you change how your funds are invested. This can be particularly valuable if you are using a strategy called "rebalancing," which is recommended by many financial advisors. Under rebalancing, you shift your investments periodically to return them to the proportions that you determine represent the risk/return combination most appropriate for your situation. Lifetime income A lifetime immediate annuity converts an investment into a stream of payments that last as long as you do. In concept, the payments come from three "pockets": Your investment, investment earnings and money from a pool of people in your group who do not live as long as actuarial tables forecast. It's the pooling that's unique to annuities, and it's what enables annuity companies to be able to guarantee you a lifetime income. Benefits to your heirs There is a common misconception about annuities that goes like this: if you start an immediate lifetime annuity and die soon after that, the insurance company keeps all of your investment in the annuity. That can happen, but it doesn't have to. To prevent it, buy a "guaranteed period" with the immediate annuity. A guaranteed period commits the insurance company to continue payments after you die to one or more beneficiaries you designate; the payments continue to the end of the stated guaranteed period-usually 10 or 20 years (measured from when you started receiving the annuity payments). Moreover, annuity benefits that pass to beneficiaries don't go through probate and aren't governed by your will.
Slide 3: Joe William is explaining what is an annuity [http://theannuityquote.com/what-is-an-annuity/], using this information you can determine the best way of planning for your financial future with investments that would allow you to withdraw from your retirement savings now as well as after you have retired. Visit us at [http://theannuityquote.com/] Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Joe_William ==== ==== When considering the formula for present value of an seven percent return annuity, there are many factors to investigate along the way. While some may consider this to be a cumbersome activity, history suggests that investigating the present value of an annuity due will pay often off if not immediately then down the road. For example is one considering the purchase of an existing annuity due, or is one considering the sale of an existing annuity due, or the purchase of a new annuity? Or is one considering evaluating an existing annuity for estate tax purposes? What discount rate assumptions are proper and what financial crediting factors are appropriate? http://www.sevenpercentreturn.com ==== ====

   
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