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Running out of money ranks as Americans’ top retirement concern, according to a recent survey of financial planners.1 Guaranteed streams of income may help reduce anxiety about outliving savings and help people maintain their lifestyle during retirement. Sixty-one percent of people age 55 to 75 place a high value on having guaranteed income to supplement Social Security.2
For some people, annuities can be a valuable addition to a portfolio that includes Social Security, retirement savings, and other investments, because they can add an element of protection and guaranteed income. There are many options in the annuity market, but they might not be right for everyone. Understanding how annuities work can help you determine whether they might make sense as part of a diversified retirement plan. Here are five questions to consider:
Review retirement savings, portfolio investment mix, and sources of retirement income against projected retirement expenses and potential unexpected costs (e.g., medical expenses). If there is a gap between retirement expenses and income, an annuity might help.
An annuity can offer insurance against outliving savings. In exchange for a single payment or multiple payments into an annuity, the insurance company agrees to pay a guaranteed stream of income. With some types of annuities, this guaranteed income lasts throughout the annuity owner’s lifetime, regardless of market performance.
A financial professional can help determine whether an annuity could be an appropriate solution for gaps in your retirement income plan.
If a financial plan already includes liquid assets that can be accessed immediately and in full, annuities may be a good complement. But they might not be a fit for someone with no other sources of liquidity in their portfolio.
Assets in some types of annuities have better growth potential the longer they remain in place. While some types of annuities allow portions of the account value to be withdrawn for income needs, annuity owners typically can’t withdraw the full account value in the early years of the contract without potentially paying a withdrawal charge. For example, a withdrawal charge might start at 7% of the withdrawal amount during the first year of ownership in the annuity and decline by one percentage point annually until year seven or eight, when the charge is eliminated.3
Tax-deferred savings vehicles like IRAs and 401(k)s can help build retirement assets by allowing money to grow without an income tax bill until the money is withdrawn. Annuities can also provide tax-deferred earnings for retirement.
For example, with a deferred annuity that’s funded with after-tax money, any growth generated is tax-deferred until withdrawn, at which point it is taxed as ordinary income. Keep in mind that withdrawals from an annuity prior to age 59½ may be subject to a 10% federal tax penalty.
A financial professional can help examine retirement savings and discuss tax-deferred, taxable, and tax-favored options.
Like other service providers, insurance companies charge fees to provide the features and benefits of some types of annuities. For example, in the case of variable annuities, some of these fees include:
Read article Understanding Variable Annuity Fees for more information about the fees associated with variable annuities.
Full details about the fees associated with any annuity are available in the prospectus. A financial professional can help explain the benefits behind various fees.
A market downturn can have a big impact on retirement savings, especially early in retirement when people begin taking withdrawals. If the account value drops, it can be difficult to recoup that loss in future years — and the account value may never catch up to where it might have been without the market dip.
Annuities can offer protection against the effects of market volatility. Depending on the type of annuity, this is done by guaranteeing a minimum annual return or minimum level of income, regardless of market performance, or by cushioning the account value from a portion of market declines.
When it comes to planning for income during retirement, there is no one solution. Your financial professional can help you evaluate whether an annuity, as part of your overall financial plan, can help achieve retirement goals.
To better understand different types of annuities and related terms, download our Quick and Easy Guide to Annuity Terminology.
1 “Americans’ biggest retirement fear: Running out of money,” Journal of Accountancy, October 6, 2016.
2 “Study finds most retirees want guaranteed lifetime income,” Investment News, March 8, 2017; Third Annual Lifetime Income Survey by Greenwald & Associates and Cannex.
3 Annuity withdrawal charges vary by insurance company, and may start at a higher rate than 7%. Not all withdrawal charges decline annually.
Annuities can be an essential part of a portfolio that provides a reliable source of income during retirement.See All Annuity Products