Like almost everyone you know, you'll have to start to plan for your retirement. It's about making a difference for the future not only for yourself, but also for the people you love.
So, what's the difference between a fixed annuity and a variable annuity? A fixed annuity pays out a fixed rate of income after a certain date—very simple. The payments from a variable annuity, on the other hand, will vary according to the performance of the underlying portfolio. If you're not sure which option will suit you best, our network of expert advisors in Drayton Valley is ready to help. We have more than 70 years of experience helping Canadians make sound investments through annuities, TFSAs, RRSPs, and more.
Whether it's a fixed annuity or a variable annuity in Drayton Valley, an annuity can become a vital income source following retirement, as they are essentially a contract made with a financial institution that provides you with a series of payments following retirement. You can expect to talk to a Financial Advisor who will listen as you explain your investing needs and will then answer any questions you may have. We provide an unbeatable customer experience and an extensive selection of products and services that meet your needs.
We provide a range of options for investors in Drayton Valley — Single Life Annuity, Joint Life, Last Survivor Life Annuity and Life Annuity with a Guarantee. A Single Life Annuity option is for single investors with no dependents, Last Survivor and the Joint Life Annuity are tailored for couples, and Life Annuity with a Guarantee is available to everyone.
Whether you already know what you want or you're shopping around comparing our offerings with another provider, all you have to do is contact one of our Financial Advisors to ask questions and outline your needs.
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Drayton Valley has a public annuity policy system that provides a minimum level of mandatory coverage to vehicle owners when they purchase license plates.