contingent annuity

Contingent Annuity

An annuity that does not begin making payments to the annuitant or the beneficiary until a certain stated event occurs. Annuities that do not begin payments until an individual's retirement or death are common examples.
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contingent annuity

A series of payments scheduled to begin at the time of a specified event. For example, an individual's death may set in motion an annuity payable to a designated person or organization.
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Assuming, for example, a client elects a life contingent annuity that begins distributions at age 70, and that the DIA (together with Social Security payments) will fund essential needs, then the chief outstanding issue is determining an appropriate withdrawal rate on the balance of retirement assets to ensure that basic living expenses are covered until the DIA kicks in.
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This is a life contingent annuity in which the company is instructed that, in the event of the annuitant's death prior to the end of the minimum guarantee period selected, the company is to make the payments to a named beneficiary for the remainder of the guarantee period.
This is a life contingent annuity in which the company is instructed that, in the event of the annuitant's death prior to having received back at least the amount that was invested in the contract, it is to make the payments to a named beneficiary until an amount, equal to the amount invested, is paid.
According to Example 5, if any amount of the annuity could be payable to a grantor's estate, the value of that contingent annuity interest had to reduce the amount of the grantor's retained trust value.
The IRS argued that the estate's contingent annuity value was approximately $3.8 million per GRAT; it assessed gift tax on that amount, plus the calculated value of each remainder interest (approximately $6,000).
The AAA analysis by its Contingent Annuity Work Group (CAWG) sought to clarify this issue by noting that financial guaranty insurance products, Like bond insurance, protect against specific types of financial tosses and contain no life contingent element.
To check the viability of the income offered, the purchaser could compare the income offered by the impaired life annuity to the income available from a fixed period, non-life contingent annuity, using the number of years of the expected life of the annuitant for the fixed period.
Further, the court distinguished this case from Walton because the contingent annuity was payable to the grantor's estate when the grantor died.
The power to revoke retained by the grantor should prevent the spousal contingent annuity from being a completed gift for gift tax purposes.

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