Insurance and Annuities

GLP representatives offer a selection of fixed, index and variable annuity investments. As a part of your portfolio, these investments can provide strategies for accumulating wealth and help guard against market losses, generate income and defer your earnings from current taxation. In addition to annuity strategies, your representative can teach you how to protect the people and items you value most through the use of insurance, which can offer protection for your loved ones, preserve your estate/legacy, provide income in the event of a disability, and assist with the cost of long-term care.


A variable annuity is an insurance contract which offers three basic features not commonly found in mutual funds: (1) annuity payout options that can provide guaranteed income for life; (2) a death benefit; and (3) tax-deferred treatment of earnings. When applicable, the tax deferred accrual feature is already provided by the tax-qualified retirement plan (e.g., 403(b), IRA, etc.). The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (Investor Tips: Variable Annuities) has suggested that it may be more advantageous to make the maximum allowable contribution to a tax-qualified retirement plan before investing in a variable annuity. The separate account of a variable annuity is not a mutual fund. While separate accounts may have a name similar to a mutual fund, it is not the same pool of funds and will experience different performance than the mutual fund of the same or similar name. In addition, the financial ratings of the issuing insurance company do not apply to any non-guaranteed separate accounts. The value of the separate accounts that are not guaranteed will fluctuate in response to market changes and other factors. Variable annuities are designed to be long-term investments and early withdrawal may be subject to tax penalties and charges. Please obtain a prospectus for complete information including charges and expenses. Read it carefully before you invest or send money.

Indexed Annuities are not securities. Interest payments are contractual obligations of the insurance company. Refer to policy for specifics regarding when interest is credited (usually only for funds held for of a specified term) and how interest is calculated (may be less than actual index due to expenses and exclusion of dividend earnings of the index). Past performance of the index is no guarantee of future changes in the index or of future indexed interest earnings. Please obtain a prospectus for complete information including charges and expenses. Read it carefully before you invest or send money.

In reference to general account obligations and guarantees, such as is present with fixed annuities, the ability for the insurance company to meet these obligations to policyholders are subject to sufficient capital, liquidity, cash flow and other resources of the insurance company.

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