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MarketProtector Advisory®

From Jackson

MarketProtector Advisory® is a fixed index annuity (FIA) designed to provide index-driven growth while eliminating the effect of negative market volatility on future retirement income.

The Market1

In 2021, fixed index annuity sales reached $63.7B, a 15% increase from 2020.  Improved interest rates and product innovation around cap rates helped make these products more attractive to advisors and clients alike. FIAs remain a highly popular product for investors seeking market growth with complete principal protection and the ability to add guaranteed lifetime income through a rider. As more investors seek ways to combat inflation, FIA popularity is only expected to increase.

Why DPL Likes MarketProtector Advisory®

MarketProtector Advisory offers two index options (S&P 500 or MSCI EAFE), and investors can select one, or a combination of these methods and change them annually on their annual Indexed Option Annivesary. IncomeAcceleratorSM, available with MarketProtector Advisory for an additional cost, is a living benefit that provides an increasing guaranteed lifetime income payment the longer an investor waits to take income. MarketProtector Advisory has no surrender schedule, offering clients flexibility in the event of an unexpected liquidity need. Be aware that a Market Value Adjustment may apply to withdrawals made during the elected term, and a 10% tax may apply to withdrawals before 59 1/2 .

How to Think About Commission-Free FIAs

One advantage of utilizing FIAs is to leverage the scale of insurance carriers to deliver strong pricing in a packaged product, making it comparatively easy to implement, while also getting guaranteed downside market protection from the carrier.

Many FIAs offer optional guaranteed lifetime income riders for an additional cost. While guaranteed income options from FIAs are generally a bit lower than can be achieved through single premium immediate annuities (SPIAs), they generally have greater liquidity and flexibility.

When your client needs:

PRINCIPAL PROTECTION: With the principal protection from market risk provided by FIAs, they should be considered for clients nearing or in retirement to help mitigate sequence of returns risk.

FIXED INCOME: FIAs can be viewed as a fixed income replacement as client portfolios are de-risked from equities. They provide sequence of returns protection for those entering or in retirement, with an overall return above 6%, based on historic averages.2

GUARANTEED LIFETIME INCOME: Through the use of a living benefit, FIAs can be used to generate guaranteed lifetime income with allocation flexibility and liquidity (beyond the surrender period).3

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What's Next?

Learn more about how MarketProtector Advisory® can make a difference for your clients. Use our calculator or contact your DPL consultant.

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Product information sourced directly from:

12021 Annuity Sales Highest In 13 Years, LIMRA Reports (2/2022)

2Fixed Indexed Annuities as a Fixed Income Alternative for Near-Retirees, Wade Pfau. (5/2019)

3FIAs may be subject to surrender charges, market value adjustment, and taxation for early withdrawals

Fixed indexed annuities are contracts purchased from a life insurance company that are designed for long-term retirement goals.

While the interest rate credited to an indexed account is linked to the performance of an underlying index, premium payments made to a fixed index annuity are never directly invested in the stock market.

All guarantees are based on the financial strength and claims-paying ability of the issuing insurance company.

The purchase of an annuity within a retirement plan that already provides tax deferral under sections of the Internal Revenue Code results in no additional tax benefits. An annuity should be used to fund a qualified plan based upon the annuity’s features other than tax deferral. All annuity features, risks, limitations, and costs should be considered prior to recommending the purchase of an annuity within a tax-qualified retirement plan.