Keeping Up to Date on Your Income Annuity Quotes

Food comes with expiration dates, and so should your retirement plan. If you think you know what type of guaranteed annuity payments you qualify for because you once checked, well, it could be time to check again.

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A lot of visitors come to or other income annuity sites to find out how much income they can generate from a specific amount of retirement savings. The quotes they receive can be for an immediate annuity, deferred income annuity (DIA) or QLAC (a special form of DIA) purchased out of a rollover IRA account.

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Jerry Golden, Investment Adviser Representative
President, Golden Retirement Advisors Inc.

Jerry Golden is the founder and CEO of Golden Retirement Advisors Inc. He specializes in helping consumers create retirement plans that provide income that cannot be outlived. Find out more at, where consumers can explore all types of income annuity options, anonymously and at no cost.