Barron’s Index Annuities Guarantee Excellent Lifetime Income

Barron’s, a top weekly newspaper and magazine in the financial industry, recently published its fifth-annual review of “The Best 50 Annuities” in the marketplace. Its carefully selected review narrows down the vast menu of annuities and highlights the 50 most competitive products available today, comparing and contrasting the primary income annuity alternatives including variable annuities, deferred income annuities, immediate income annuities and fixed index annuities.

To ensure you are providing your clients the most competitive annuities for their retirement income, CreativeOne is offering exclusive, limited-time access to this year’s review. The article details the numerous benefits of fixed index annuities in comparison to its annuity counterparts and explains just how they outshine all retirement-income options available. The list includes only carriers who hold an “A-” or higher rating by A.M. Best.

Fixed index annuities are excellent vehicles for delivering higher guaranteed lifetime income benefits. As a safeguard against risks other investments might fall prey to, the review suggests introducing a fixed index annuity into any retirement-income plan.

To learn how you can diversify your clients’ retirement income portfolios and ensure their plans include guaranteed income, contact your CreativeOne sales team at 800.992.2642. We have access to some of the most competitive annuity products available in the market today. Download the article now.

Click here for online access to Barron’s “The 50 Top Annuities” »

FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR USE WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC. Annuities are products of the insurance industry; guarantees are backed by the claims-paying ability of the issuing company. Guaranteed lifetime income available through annuitization or the purchase of an optional lifetime income rider, a benefit for which an annual premium is charged.

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  1. Jeff says:

    Send me info.

  2. Blair says:

    Just one more sad attempt at describing what is really available to he general public within the world of annuities. If I was a retiree and read this article I would not put a penny into anything that even started with an “A”.

  3. mark says:

    article shows five or so annuities, not 50.

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