I linked to the Barron’s cover story on Top 50 Annuities Saturday. The entire article by Karen Hube is worth a read, but be sure to check out the two big tables — I suspect you will be referring back to them later, and will be worth the cost of your annual subscription.
Understanding the risks and upside of annuities is important to anyone working in the client facing side of finance. Some carry very high fees, other come from less than stellar companies. In short, there is risk involved, and understanding that can avoid disappointment decades hence.
After you get educated on Annuities, check out the tables below, after the jump:
Top 50 Annuities
May 26, 2012
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