If this is a variable annuity or indexed annuity with "living benefit" riders, usually referred to as Guaranteed Minimum Income benefit or Guaranteed Minimum Withdrawal benefit, then be very careful that you understand what
The answer depends on a few factors:
Your Full Retirement Age (FRA)
When you plan to begin (or when you began) drawing social security benefits, and
Whether you are talking about "withdrawing" or just "voluntarily suspending"
Hi Linda! It sounds like you are describing an annuity product. Based on what you said, if you are guaranteed a 5% return, but you are paying 1.5%, then you are really earning 3.5%. Let's assume inflation is 3%. Then you
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