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"We are thankful and thrilled to partner with Security Benefit in distributing the new Total Value Annuity," said
The Total Value Annuity will be one of the industry's first fixed index annuities featuring an uncapped index crediting option designed to be non-correlated to traditional asset classes*. The
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* Depending on market conditions, a participation rate and spread may apply in the future.
The Security Benefit Total Value Annuity (form 5700 (3-12) and ICC12 5700 (3-12), a flexible purchase payment deferred fixed index annuity, the Guaranteed Lifetime Withdrawal Benefit Rider (Income Rider, form 5720 (3-12) and ICC12 5720 (3-12), and the Guaranteed Minimum Death Benefit Rider (Death Benefit Rider, form 5721 (3-12), optional riders for which a premium is deducted monthly, are issued by
Fixed indexed annuities are not stock, bond or commodity market investments and do not directly participate in any equity, bond, other securities or commodities investments. Market Indices do not include dividends paid on the underlying stocks, and therefore do not reflect the total return of the underlying stocks; neither an Index nor any market-indexed annuity is comparable to a direct investment in the equity markets. Clients who purchase indexed annuities are not directly investing in the equity, bond, or other securities or commodities markets.
Guarantees provided by annuities are subject to the financial strength of the issuing insurance company. Not a deposit. Not insured any federal government agency.