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Future Flex Preferred 5

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Highlights

Premium Type
Flexible Premium
Max age Qualified
95
Minimum Contribution
$1,000
Maximum Contribution
$3,000,000
Market value adjustment
Return of premium
Free withdrawal
10%
Launch date
09/19/2022
Types of funds
Non-Qualified, 401k, IRA, IRA Rollover, IRA Transfer, TSA 403b, SEP IRA, KEOGH, IRA-Roth, SIMPLE IRA, 1035 Exchange, and Inherited IRA
Brochure
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The Future Flex Preferred Annuity is an individual fixed flexible-premium deferred annuity. You purchase the annuity with one premium payment, but premiums are accepted thereafter, though not required. Interest is earned during the accumulation phase and annuity benefit payments are deferred until the Maturity Date or upon Annuitization. Under current tax law: (a) the principal and earnings are not subject to income taxes until funds are withdrawn or distributed; and (b) a 10% IRS early-withdrawal penalty may apply to withdrawals or distributions prior to age 59½. Tax law is subject to change. Please consult your financial or tax professional for any exceptions to the early-withdrawal penalty.
The main purposes of a deferred annuity are: (a) to save money for retirement; and (b) to receive retirement income for life. It is not meant for short-term financial goals.

Issue Age
The Future Flex Preferred will be issued to Owners age 18-95 and Annuitants age 0-95.

Premium
An annuity may be established with an initial premium of $1,000. Additional premium payments must be at least $1,000.
Maximum first-year deposits: $3,000,000 (without pre-approval).
Future deposits accepted up to $1,000,000 per contract year without starting a new surrender period

Safety and Guarantees
GBU guarantees that the Owner will never receive less than: (a) 87½% of the total premium payments, net of any withdrawals; accumulated at (b) an annual interest rate no less than 1.00%.

Surrender Benefits
You may take money out of your annuity any time before annuity benefit payments begin. You may take out all of your annuity’s Surrender Value (full surrender) or part of it (partial surrender). Withdrawals must be $500 or more. At least $2,000 must remain in the annuity for the Contract to remain in force. A 10% IRS penalty may apply to withdrawals made before you reach age 59½.

Free WIthdrawals
10% penalty-free annual withdrawals of the account value each Contract Year. During any Contract Year in which this waiver is not used for the preceding year, 20% of the account is available without incurring a surrender charge. 

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Traditional Fixed Annuity Interest Rates

Surrender Years First Year Yield Term Guaranteed Yield Term Current Yield
5 3% 1.92% 3%

Riders

No Riders for Future Flex Preferred 5 annuity.

Waivers

Nursing Home

There are no surrender charges associated with the Nursing Home Confinement or Home Health Care. Your: (a) continuous confinement in a Nursing Home for at least 30 consecutive days which began after the Contract Effective Date; or (b) undergoing Home Health Care for at least 30 consecutive days which began after the Contract Effective Date.

Terminal Illness

There are no surrender charges associated with the Terminal Condition. An illness or physical condition: (a) that is reasonably expected to result in your death within 12 months; and (b) of which the initial diagnosis occurs after the Contract Effective Date. There are no surrender charges associated with the Critical Illness. Your Cancer, End-Stage Renal Failure, Heart Attack or Stroke of which the initial diagnosis occurs after the Contract Effective Date.

ADL

There are no surrender charges associated with the Inability to perform two or more Activities of Daily Living or Severe Cognitive Impairment. Your: (a) inability to perform two or more Activities of Daily Living without Substantial Assistance of which the initial diagnosis of such inability occurs after the Contract Effective Date; or (b) Severe Cognitive Impairment that requires Substantial Supervision of which the initial diagnosis occurs after the Contract Effective Date.

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