Posted February 1, 2014 at 10:00 am
By Deron Desautels
The concept of ‘annuities’ has been around since the Roman Empire, through which investors and soldiers would support military and expansion campaigns either financially or physically in return for a fixed income.
Nowadays, annuities are essentially structured fixed payments paid over a period of time based on the money invested plus interest.
Generally speaking, annuities have two relative drawbacks:
1. The returns are usually relatively low: Here in the U.S., the average fixed annuity pays anywhere from 1% to 3.5% annually.
2. There is generally an age / date requirement for an annuity (i.e. payments do not start prior to age 65 OR payments do not start until 10 years from first investment deposit, etc).
Well, one of our longest-listed vendors offers an annuity-type structure (not an actual annuity) which starts paying out almost immediately. And, depending on the risk level you choose, you have the potential to earn reliable returns of anywhere from 6% to 26% annually.
The company itself has been around since 2007, and we’re confident they’re here for the long-haul. It’s one of our more out-of-the-box renegade ideas, but it certainly has proven to pay out with low to moderate risk (albeit, more than your average fixed annuity).
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