RILAs: One way to keep the ‘risk on’ in retirement
August 2, 2022 by David Blanchett
These are difficult times for investors. So far in 2022, stocks and bonds are down, and inflation is up. While this may scare many investors away from investing in risky assets such as stocks, maintaining an exposure to the stock market can be essential for retirees who need to fund income for 30 years or more.
Wink’s Note: Wink classifies “RILAs” as structured annuities. Log into AnnuitySpecs to view all of the structured annuity product and rider specifications, benchmark rates, as well as view regulatory and marketing materials.