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By: Alice Bryant Posted: Oct 24, 2016
Many investors have grown financial assets in the stock market, and as retirement approaches, they begin to think about buying an annuity. There are two different types of annuities that may help you in retirement: immediate and longevity annuities. The Single Premium Immediate Annuity is a good choice for a portion of an investor's income-producing financial assets. Immediate annuities,...

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