Annuities in Orlando, Clearwater, and Lakeland, FL
Keep Your Financial Resources Protected.
Business Insurance Center understands the value of saving for and investing in your future. If you’re like many Americans, you work diligently each day and take the right steps to ensure that you’ll be supported with a comfortable income after you retire. That’s why it’s smart to have the right coverage options under your retirement plan because in some cases, you can actually outlive your income.
The last thing you’ll want to experience as a retiree is a loss of your financial resources. With an Annuity from Business Insurance Center, you can ensure that your finances are covered – for a healthy and happy retirement. Annuities are essentially investments that guarantee a steady income stream. Based on your plan, you can receive money either on a set schedule or in a lump sum.
Guarantees and protections are subject to the claims paying ability of the issuing insurance company.
Types of Annuities
Business Insurance Center can offer two types of Annuities: Deferred and Immediate Annuities.
Deferred Annuities are investments that you make either over a period of time or all at once. Since these Annuities are tax-deferred, you only have to start paying taxes upon withdrawal. Deferred Annuities are either fixed or variable, meaning your payout is either a fixed sum or an amount in accordance to the performance of the market/group of investments.
Immediate Annuities are payments that you can receive right after you make your investment. This type of Annuity is typically for those around the retirement age who want to secure their financial future. Like Deferred Annuities, you only pay taxes upon withdrawal.
It’s important to discuss your options with a specialist at Business Insurance Center who is committed to helping you make the right decisions.
Before investing, understand that annuities are not insured by the FDIC, NCUSIF or any other federal government agency, and are not deposits or obligations of, guaranteed by, or insured by the depository institution where offered or any of affiliates. Annuities that involve investment risk may lose value.