Annuity Consideration

Annuity Consideration

The purchase price of an annuity. Depending on the type of annuity, the annuity consideration may be a lump sum or spread out in payments over an agreed-upon length of time.
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The combined statutory premiums and annuity considerations from First Trinity Financial's life insurance operations grew 31 percent from $29.
Enterprises engaged in this business collect fees, reinsurance premiums, or annuity considerations and invest premiums to build up a portfolio of financial assets to be used against future claims.
In 2003, annuity considerations led the revenue pie with a 37% share.
8 million and higher annuity considerations for the quarter.
Total annuity considerations with life contingencies, life insurance and accident & health premiums were $7.
Premiums and annuity considerations for the first three months of 2004 increased slightly to $16,039,000 compared to $16,022,000 for the same period in 2003.
The primary reason for the decrease was the reduction in sales of the immediate annuity considerations with life contingencies.
In 2002 GuideOne Life's total direct premiums and annuity considerations totaled $58.
The primary reason for the yearly increase was the growth of the immediate annuity considerations with life contingencies.
equivalents, and annuity considerations were derived from either the
As discussed below, the increase from the prior year was largely attributable to an increase in immediate annuity considerations with life contingencies, an increase in net investment income and a reduction in realized investment losses.
Allied Life in 1998 had more than 97,000 life and annuity policies, premiums and annuity considerations of some $99 million in premiums and annuity considerations and assets of some $825 million.