A Considered response to the Living Benefit Variable Annuities Posts

Greg Heiple of Teeter Totter Principle (BalanceZone) fame emailed me this considered response to living benefit variable annuities. Right now with the world economy in turmoil the one rule must be to double check all retirement options and seek the best advice your can find. Greg provides food for thought and should help you think […]

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John P Huggard’s Response to My Questions on Living Benefit Variable Annuities

I have written three posts on Living Benefit Variable Annuities over the last month. I believe they should be given serious consideration as part of any Baby Boomer’s retirement pension plan.  (For those Aussie Readers this post is more relevant in the US.) After my post, “Guaranteed Income for Life for Baby Boomers” a friend […]

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More Controversy surrounding Living Benefit Variable Annuities

It seems that I need to give you more objective information about annuities after I received an email from a trusted reader of my blog. I may end up with egg on my face over this but I am no expert on this and if new information comes to light I need to get it […]

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Variable Annuities are Bad, Bad, Bad!

I’m sure you have read or heard that Variable Annuities are bad. Isn’t that what we all hear from the financial press on a regular basis? My last post “Guaranteed Income For Life for Baby Boomers” showed a video of distinguished Professor John Huggard enthusiastically promoting the benefits of Living Benefit Variable Annuities. Why would […]

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