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Joint Life Annuity

An annuity that two persons, almost always a married couple, open in order to provide for both in retirement. A joint life annuity makes payments to the designated party as long as one of the spouses remains alive. Depending on the nature of the agreement, the amount in the payments may decrease when the first spouse passes away. It is also called a joint and survivor annuity.

joint life annuity

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year when have no other earnings Consider your spouse or partner - you can buy a joint annuity where they continue to receive your pension should you die.
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Among the most popular are 1) a life annuity, where payments continue for the rest of the retiree's life, and no payments continue to survivors after the retiree's death; 2) a survivor joint annuity, where payments continue while both annuitant and spouse are living (a reduced payment is made to the spouse for life when the annuitant dies); and 3) life and N certain: payments are guaranteed to the annuitant for life, but if death occurs before N years (usually 10), the remainder of the N years of payments are made to a named beneficiary.
If that retiree wanted a guaranteed sum, or to see their pension rise in line with inflation, or to have a joint annuity so if they died their spouse would receive an income, then the weekly figure drops considerably.
yia tin pe yo There are lots of different types of pension annuities, such as di f f pensio a joint annuity, which would mean a percentage of your pension will continue to be paid to your surviving spouse or civil partner after you die.
So when the time comes to buy an annuity, it is important that the partner with the big pension pot takes out a joint annuity.

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