1. Can You Buy An Annuity With Your IRA Or 401(k)?

    If you have an IRA or 401(k) plan for retirement, you may be wondering if you can buy an annuity with those saved funds. We’re here to tell you that is absolutely possible, and that you do have the ability to move your IRA or 401(k) — completely tax-free. Our financial advisors at Income For Life have years of experience helping connect individuals with their ideal plans for retirement. One of…Read More

  2. How the Right Annuity Could Help Support Your Spouse After You Die

    When choosing an annuity, you'll need to take your spouse into consideration as well. The payout of your annuity will depend on your life expectancy as well as how much you have saved; if you choose a single-life annuity, the payments will stop after you die. However, if you want your spouse to have a guaranteed income after your death, you'll want to choose a joint-life annuity. This plan takes i…Read More

  3. Underestimating What You Need In Retirement

    As thousands of baby boomers rush into the retirement system each and every day, the easy retirement income planning in Dallas you hoped for can be a tough task.  After all, people have worked a lifetime in most cases to accumulate what they have, and never before now have they had to attempt to develop a plan that will help them spend some of their savings. Need help with finding a retirement st…Read More

  4. Bicycle Tires vs. Truck Tires — An Annuity Comparison

    A Comparison Of Annuity Rates Read our analogy below to help you find the best annuity rates in Denver. Picture this:  You are a truck driver, sitting at a coffee shop having a discussion with someone that tells you - with a straight face - that you should not purchase tires for your truck because all tires explode. Let that sink in for a minute.  Do truck tires explode?  Sometimes.  I have dr…Read More

  5. Indexed Annuities vs. Stock Market

    Proper retirement income planning is a very simple mathematical equation — but the problem is that no one will ever tell you the order of the numbers. Not anymore. Here is what I need you to do: 1. Find a calculator or simply a pen & paper.  2. Now, watch my video. 3. Follow along using your own personal numbers. This is as difficult as retirement income planning should be. Numbers do not l…Read More