Like most people, you know that you need to plan for your retirement. It's a matter of insuring for the future, not just for yourself, but for your spouse, children and the people who mean the most to you.
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. With a variable annuity, however, payments can vary depending on how the underlying portfolio performs. If you’re unsure which option will work best with your needs and lifestyle, feel free to contact our network of expert advisors in Outlook. We have more than 70 years of experience helping Canadians make sound investments through annuities, TFSAs, RRSPs, and more.
When you invest in an annuity in Outlook, you make a contract with a financial institution, like
Single Life Annuity, Joint and Last Survivor Life Annuity and Life Annuity with a Guarantee are the options available to investors in Outlook. The Single Life Annuity is for individual investors without dependents; Last Survivor and the Joint Life Annuity are designed for couples; Life Annuity with a Guarantee option is for anyone.
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Outlook has a public annuity policy system that provides a minimum level of mandatory coverage to vehicle owners when they purchase license plates.