Get a lump sum payment by selling a part or all of your monthly annuity settlement or structured settlement payments.

Annuities can originate from a structured settlement of a personal injury lawsuit or it can be purchased to provide an income during retirement.

Sell Annuity Payments

By selling your annuity you can convert small payments each month over a long period of time into a large sum of money. If have:

  • Received a structured settlement from an insurance claim or lawsuit.
  • Purchased an annuity for future income.
  • Won the lottery or a big casino jackpot.

There are many companies that may be interested in buying your annuity all over the USA.

Understanding Annuities - How Do Annuities work?

What is an annuity

An annuity is a financial contract in the form of an insurance product in which a financial institution makes a series of payments in the future to the buyer or annuitant in exchange for the immediate payment of a lump sum of money or a series of regular payments, prior to the onset of the annuity.

Types of annuity:

fixed annuities

Annuities that make payments in fixed amounts or in amounts that increase by a fixed percentage.

variable annuities

Annuities that make payments in amounts that vary according to the performance of a specified set of investments, such as equity mutual funds and bonds.

deferred annuities

These are 2 phase annuities, but only having growth of capital by investment in the accumulation phase (now the deferral phase), with no customer deposits.

tax sheltered annuity

A type of annuity in which employees make contributions from their income into a retirement plan. These contributions and related benefits are not taxed until the employee withdraws them from the plan.

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