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Steady Choice II

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Highlights

Premium Type
Flexible Premium
Min age Qualified
16
Max age Qualified
75
Minimum Contribution
$100
Maximum Contribution
$300,000
Market value adjustment
Return of premium
Free withdrawal
10%
Types of funds
Non-Qualified, 401k, Profit Sharing, IRA, Pension, IRA Rollover, IRA Transfer, SEP IRA, KEOGH, IRA-Roth, SIMPLE IRA, and 1035 Exchange
Brochure
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The Steady Choice II is a flexible premium deferred annuity. The minimum single premium is $1,200 annually ($100 monthly) for qualified and non-qualified money. 10% of the accumulation value may be withdrawn without a surrender penalty. Systematic Withdrawal is an option.

Surrender Charges
The surrender charge will apply to a full or partial surrender of the annuity (including required minimum distribution in accordance with the following rule). If the total amount withdrawn in a certificate year exceeds 10% of the account value at the time of the first withdrawal in that certificate year, the excess will be subject to a surrender charge. The surrender charge is calculated by taking the excess multiplied by the applicable Surrender Charge Percentage.

Minimum Premium
$100 monthly on (PAC/ Monthly EFT) or $1,200 annually

Maximum Premium If the premium is over the maximum you must receive pre-approval.
Maximum $25,000 per year up to $300,000 lifetime maximum

Free-Look Period
  • 20 days (or longer if required by state). 
Issue Age
Owner: 
  • 16–75 non-qualified 
  • 16–75 Roth & Traditional IRA
  • 21–75 SEP IRA
Annuitant (if different from owner): 
  • 0–75 non-qualified 
Death of owner
Proceeds paid on the death of the owner shall equal the Account Value. - Death of annuitant – If the annuitant is other than the owner and dies before the Maturity Date, then unless the owner designates a substitute annuitant within 60 days from the date of the death of the annuitant (or immediately upon owner’s death if the owner dies before designating an annuitant), the owner shall become the annuitant provided, however, if the owner is not a natural person, then upon the death of the annuitant, the Account Value will be paid to the owner.

Minimum Withdrawal amount and waiver of surrender charges
Waiver of Surrender Charge Provision may vary and may not be available in all states. The owner can make a withdrawal of a portion of the account value at any time prior to the maturity date. The minimum withdrawal is $500 unless the certificate is surrendered.

Exceptions to the withdrawal charge are
  • The first 10% of the account value withdrawn each certificate year.
  • If the owner is confined to a nursing home and/or hospital per the terms of the certificate, provided the first confinement begins on or after the end of the first certificate year.
  • If the owner has a terminal condition and is not expected to live more than 12 months. 
  • Death of the owner. 
Annual Administration Fee
If the account value is below the amount in the table at the end of the associated certificate year, then we charge an admin fee of $15 to the account value. As long as the account value stays above that amount there is no fee charged. Since there are options for withdrawals, it is possible that the account value could drop below the specified amount.

Certificate year/ Account value at the end of the certificate year
  1. $600
  2. $1,200
  3. $1,800
  4. $2,400
  5. + $3,000

Find out if the Steady Choice II is the right product for you.

Traditional Fixed Annuity Interest Rates

Surrender Years First Year Yield Term Guaranteed Yield Term Current Yield
10 2.95% 2.95% 2.95%

Riders

No Riders for Steady Choice II annuity.

Waivers

Death

Of owner.

Hospital

If the owner is confined to a nursing home and/or hospital per the terms of the certificate, provided the first confinement begins on or after the end of the first certificate year.

Nursing Home

If the owner is confined to a nursing home and/or hospital per the terms of the certificate, provided the first confinement begins on or after the end of the first certificate year. The nursing home waiver does not include home health care.

Terminal Illness

If the owner has a terminal condition and is not expected to live more than 12 months.

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