Annuities and structured settlements can be difficult to understand. Our job is to explain them in an easy way so you can make wise financial decisions for you and your family.
Annuities are financial products sold by insurance companies. People can purchase them to set up a stream of income that will provide security through their retirement years. Premiums grow tax-deferred, and annuity buyers can choose from several options regarding frequency and size of payments.
Personal-injury cases, workers’ compensation claims and other legal settlements can be resolved with a specific type of annuity known as a structured settlement. Claimants in these cases receive periodic payments, ensuring they can handle long-term expenses such as medical treatment and other future individual needs.
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