Results 1 to 5 of 5

Thread: annuity ?

Threaded View

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2008

    Default annuity ?

    How do annuities work? My mother has one that keeps paying her the same amount of money despite the fact that the value of the annuity has fallen ( it has gained some value back in this last, dying rally). She likes that regular money.

    Are they simply taking a loss to keep people like her invested?

    Thanks for any info.

    Edit: I did find some basic info on the interwebs, ie, fixed, variable, effect of market conditions. Any other info is still welcome.
    Last edited by KGW; 06-22-09 at 01:14 PM.



Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
Copyright iTulip, Inc. 1998 - 2020 - All Rights Reserved Opinions expressed herein are those of the posters, not those of iTulip, Inc., its owners, or management. All material posted on this board becomes the intellectual property of the poster and iTulip, Inc., and may not be reposted in full on another website without the express written permission of iTulip, Inc. By exception, the original registered iTulip member who authored a post may repost his or her own material on other sites. Permission is hereby granted to repost brief excerpts of material from this forum on other websites provided that attribution and a link to the source is included with the reposted material.

Nothing on this website is intended or should be construed as investment advice. It is intended to be used for informational and entertainment purposes only. We reserve the right to make changes, including change in price, content, description, terms, etc. at any time without notice. By using this board you agree that you understand the risks of trading, and are solely responsible for your own investment and trading decisions. Read full legal disclaimer.

Journalists are not permitted to contact iTulip members through this forum's email and personal messaging services without written permission from iTulip, Inc. Requests for permission may be made via Contact Us.

Objectionable posts may be reported to the board administrators via Contact Us.