Annuities in retirement
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Five ways lifetime annuities improve retirement
Using a lifetime annuity as part of your clients' retirement income plan can help solve a number of complex retirement challenges. We explore five ways lifetime annuities can improve retirement.
How lifetime annuities have changed
Lifetime annuities aren’t what they used to be. Today, they offer your clients more features and flexibility than ever before. Find out how annuities have adapted to the current environment.
The retirement definition
This article explores the definition of retirement, retirement related condition of release, and addresses some frequently asked questions.
Features of a lifetime annuity
Discover the features and benefits of a lifetime annuity. The Annuity offers three liquidity options, so you can tailor it to meet your clients’ needs.
What is an annuity?
Watch a short video describing the basics of annuities.
Sequencing risk explained
With recent falls in domestic and global investment markets, your clients could be facing increasing challenges to their retirement income.
Timing matters in retirement
Give your clients confidence with guaranteed retirement income. Five strategies to reduce the impact of sequencing risk.
Retirement income: who worries and why
1 Jan 20 - The 2019 National Seniors Social Survey highlighted that two-thirds of retirees who have been retired five years expect to spend their savings over the next 20 years.
Spending patterns in retirement
20 Apr 18 - This research paper explores how the spending pattern of retirees changes over times, highlighting a need to have income solutions that can meet different types of spending over time.
Challenger Life is focused on providing customers with financial security for retirement. We do this by offering investment products that help customers in retirement with safe and reliable income streams.
About our guarantee
Challenger annuities are guaranteed by Challenger Life, a Life Company regulated by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).