Benefits of immediate annuities
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Income stream options for immediate annuities
- Life only annuity: This option ensures that the immediate annuity will provide guaranteed income over the lifetime of an individual. When that person dies, the payments stop, even if only one payment has been made.
- Joint life annuity or Joint and Survivor annuity: As the name implies, this option allows an immediate annuity to provide joint coverage for two individuals. So that you maintain a selected income stream through the death of the second individual. Based on your contract, the survivor can receive a portion of the annuity payments or the full payments.
- Period certain annuity: This type of immediate annuity guarantees that the contract pays out for a certain period of time. Payments continue to your beneficiary for the remainder of the period should you die within that time.
- Life with period certain: Payments are made for a certain number of years or for your lifetime, whichever is longer. If you die during the specified period, the remaining payments are made to your beneficiary.
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Single premium immediate annuity contracts issued under policy form series IPD-2112 (PLICO) and AF-2112 (PLAIC). Policy form numbers, product availability and product features may vary by state.