an annuity bought with a single premium, with payments to the annuitant to begin at the end of one payment period, as a month or a year.
an annuity that starts less than a year after its purchase
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Your agency must certify that you are eligible for an immediate annuity.
With an immediate annuity, income payments start no later than one year after you pay the premium.
With an immediate annuity, you will be told at the time of purchase exactly how much money you will get and when you will get it.
We oppose a rule that would cause such a result for an immediate annuity.
If the payments start immediately, it is called an immediate annuity.
If the payments start immediately, you have an immediate annuity.