A tool that can help supplement your income in retirement
Annuities can play an important role in your retirement plan. Whether you are trying to increase your retirement savings or need a guaranteed income now, there are annuity solutions that you should consider. Safe Harbor Retirement Group is an independent financial advisory firm with access to a wide variety of products offered by multiple insurance companies.
When considering an annuity, it is helpful to ask yourself the following questions to determine if this option fits your retirement needs:
- Am I concerned about finding a secure retirement plan to help protect my savings?
- Am I concerned that there may be a better way to structure my retirement plan?
- Am I concerned about outliving my income?
If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, an annuity may work well for you to fill any income gap you may face in retirement.
Types of Annuities
We understand the importance of helping you create a stream of lifetime income for your retirement. You can manage your lifestyle, avoid market volatility, and potentially create a lifetime income that you cannot outlive, simply by having a conversation with us about how you can create a retirement income plan with annuities.
Schedule a Meeting to Learn More About Annuities
If you are looking to create income for your retirement years, contact Safe Harbor to learn more. We offer a complimentary consultation to review your existing retirement plans and can provide an investment strategy that will provide the money you need to live comfortably in your golden years. Contact our office or give us a call at (614) 760-0670 to schedule your initial consultation.
Annuities are designed to be long-term investments and frequently involve charges such as income and death benefit rider fees and surrender charges. Early withdrawals may impact annuity cash values and death benefits. Taxes are payable upon withdrawal of funds. An additional 10% IRS penalty may apply to withdrawals prior to age 59 1/2. Annuities are not guaranteed by FDIC or any other governmental agency and are not deposits or other obligations of or guaranteed or endorsed by any bank or savings association.