Payout Phase

Payout Phase

1. The period of time during which benefits on an annuity or retirement account are paid.

2. In entrepreneurship, a period of time in which cash flow is negative. This especially applies to the early part of a company's history before it has recovered start up costs and operating expenses.
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In addition, annuitants may recognize less taxable income during the payout phase, due to the partial recovery of basis associated with each payment.
1 Betriebsrentengesetz (currently 1%) in the payout phase, with contribution exemption for disability and death benefit during the accumulation phase as well as in the pension.
The firm said that the plan covers cost of living by paying an increasing annual guaranteed income during the payout phase.
At a yield of 8% in the accumulation phase and our current annuity rates in the pension payout phase, a 35-year old individual, who invests in this plan and pays around Rs.
Moreover, the Commission will develop a code of good practice for occupational pension schemes (second pillar), addressing issues such as better coverage of employee, the payout phase, risk-sharing and mitigation, cost effectiveness and shock absorption.
While defined contribution (DC) pensions have enjoyed varying degrees of success during the accumulation phase, proponents of the DC model now confront the larger question of how participants will manage their capital throughout the payout phase so as not to run out of money in retirement.
There is a minimum guaranteed payout to allay concerns about the possibility of both dying early during the payout phase.
Annuities and other retirement products; designing the payout phase.
After the participant retires, the value of the participant's underlying investments is converted into an annuity and the payout phase begins.
In the payout phase, the product has to be like a tripod.
In return for making a deposit into an annuity, the insurance company ultimately agrees to pay the owner (or owners) a specified amount (the annuity payments) periodically, beginning on a specified date--this is the payout phase of the annuity.
If the payout phase of the annuity is a life annuity, the company promises that payouts will continue for as long as the annuitant (or annuitants) live; the income stream can never be outlived (NOTE: although often the same, technically the owner of the annuity does not necessarily need to also be the annuitant; occasionally these are different individuals).