The Handbook of Variable Income Annuities
In-depth coverage of variable income annuities
With trillions of dollars in retirement savings assets, the tens of millions of Americans on the precipice of retirement need to convert these savings into retirement income. The fact that variable income annuities (VIAs) generate maximum lifetime income with zero probability of outliving it has spurred the need for more information about VIAs. The Handbook of Variable Income Annuities is by far the most comprehensive source of information on this topic. This book thoroughly describes the most important principles of optimal asset liquidation and demystifies VIA mechanics, so readers can gain a high comfort level with this important financial instrument. Interestingly and clearly, The Handbook of Variable Income Annuities explains the mathematical pricing of variable income annuities, expected rates of return, taxation, product distribution, legal aspects, and much more.
Jeffrey K. Dellinger (Fort Wayne, IN), a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries, has over 25 years experience in the financial services sector. He advises institutions on retirement income optimization, products, and markets.
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Chapter 6 Annuitant Populations and Annuity Present Values
Chapter 7 Immediate Variable Annuity Subaccounts
Chapter 8 Rate of Return
Chapter 15 Securities Law
Chapter 16 Forms of Insurance and Insurers
Chapter 17 IVA Business Value to Annuity Company
Chapter 18 Product Development Trends
Chapter 19 Conclusion
Quotable Wisdom Regarding Longevity
Chapter 9 Reserves and RiskBased Capital
Chapter 10 Immediate Variable Annuity Taxation
Chapter 11 Services and Fees
Chapter 12 Product Distribution
Chapter 13 Individual Immediate Variable Annuity Underwriting
Chapter 14 Legal Issues
About the Author
Index to Notation