Flexible Premium Annuity

Definition of "Flexible premium annuity"

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Keller Williams Greater Athens

Annuity with no fixed schedule for payment of premiums. For example, premiums can be paid for 10 straight months, then not paid for the next 10 months, then paid every other month, or any combination thereof.

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