How We Make Money
Annuity.org relies on business partners, advertisers and affiliates that generate revenue from our content. When you take certain actions on our pages — such as clicking on a link or requesting more information — Annuity.org may receive a commission.
Working Together To Serve You
The content on Annuity.org is provided free to our readers. This is made possible by our network of business partners, advertisers and affiliates who view our content as a way to reach interested consumers.
All advertising or other sponsored content is clearly marked as such and separated to distinguish it from our independent editorial content.
In some cases, Annuity.org may include links within our content to partners or affiliates with which we have a business connection. Regardless, Annuity.org operates independently of our partners and retains complete editorial control over all the information we publish.
By working with companies in the annuity, insurance and financial products industries, Annuity.org may reach people searching for the types of financial products and services our partners provide.
How Our Partnerships Work
Our partners pay us a commission when we generate legitimate inquiries about their products or services. Annuity.org may also sell lead data to our partners to better connect consumers to the information they request.
This revenue allows Annuity.org to provide even more robust financial information for our audience. You are never obligated to use or purchase our partners’ services to access the free resources available on Annuity.org.
Annuity.org chooses to work only with partners who share the common goals of educating consumers and helping them select the best products for their particular financial and lifestyle goals.
This level of care in selecting our partners is reflected in the high quality and integrity of the organizations we work with. Annuity.org and our partners are dedicated to helping you find the products and services that are right for you.
Annuity.org’s current partnerships reflect companies and financial experts who listen to their customers and present them with the best solutions tailored to unique goals. Our editorial team operates independently of these partners, allowing Annuity.org to provide our readers with credible information free of bias that may not serve their best interests.
GoHealth partners with more than 300 leading health insurance companies and has enrolled over 5 million Americans in Medicare coverage. GoHealth’s Medicare licensed insurance agents can help you enroll for the first time or switch to a new plan that works better for you.
Tranzact, a Willis Towers Watson Company, provides multiple services aimed at helping brands in the insurance industry grow direct-to-consumer business. Its subsidiaries include a licensed insurance producer — TZ Insurance Solutions — and Cignium, which provides software and tech services to the health, life and property and casualty insurance industries.
CBC Settlement Funding
CBC Settlement Funding offers structured settlement and annuity purchasing, along with pre-settlement funding. CBC’s experienced professionals have unlocked the value of future annuity payments for thousands of clients. They can guide you through the process of selling some — or all — of your structured settlement or annuity payments.
Bankrate is a leader in personal finance information. They offer a wide range of product comparison tools that allow you to shop and compare personalized offers from top banks, lenders and carriers.
Display Advertising and Affiliate Marketing
Some pages on Annuity.org feature display advertising and affiliate marketing. These are two of the most common types of advertising on the internet. Advertisements appearing on Annuity.org are held to the same high standards of honesty and integrity that apply to any of our content.
Other companies create the display ads you see on Annuity.org because we reach an audience that the company or firm hopes to reach. By hosting some of these ads, Annuity.org participates in affiliate marketing. Taking a commission from the sales or conversions we help generate when a reader clicks on an ad supports this website and allows us to produce more content.
To reflect the standards that Annuity.org maintains for the information it provides to readers, there remains a clear separation between these business relationships and our independent editorial team.