Fidelity & Guaranty Life

3 Year Term
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company Information

Company Name

Fidelity & Guaranty Life

product Name
Guarantee Platinum 3
F&G Life traces its roots back to 1959. The provide annuities and life insurance for nearly 700,000 families in the United States. Their products are sold through a network of financial and insurance professionals. F&G wants to be partners in your prosperity. They want to help you and the people who you care about the most. F&G wants to help you prosper. Each member of their management team averages 28 yrs of experience. Their employees have over 8 yrs of experience in the industry.
am best rating
A- Excellent (4th of 13 ratings)
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Product description

Fixed annuities are for conservative investors who want safety, security, and guarantees.

You will preserve your principal and earn a fixed rate of return.

You might hear fixed annuities also called CD-like annuities or multiple-year guarantee annuities (MYGA's).

If you are sensitive to loss and don't want to lose a penny, a fixed annuity might be a good fit for some of your savings.

Read our educational articles on fixed annuities to learn more.

Guaranteed Rate Lock Period:

The rate is locked for 60 days from the date of application. If the funds are received after that period the rate might be subject to change and will be the rate in effect at that time.

3 yrs
minimum investment
$ 20,000
maximum investment
$ 1,000,000
maximum age
withdrawal allowance
There is an opportunity each year to take a withdrawal of up to the interest credited that contract year penalty-free.

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Guaranteed Returns

Choose an investment amount and we’ll show you how much you can earn.

Should be at least $20,000
The maximum investment is $1,000,000
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Enter an investment amount to calculate your earnings and account balance over the life of the contract.

Surrender Charge Schedule

Surrender charges are a penalty charged to early withdrawals of annuity contract. They are a percentage of the withdrawal amount, decrease over time, and go to zero when the term ends.

percentage charged to withdrawal

market-value adjustment (MVA)

A market value adjustment is basically an additional charge or credit for taking money out early from an annuity.

They allow companies to pay a higher rate and make longer-term investments.

MVAs only affect you if you withdraw funds early. If you own the contract to maturity, they do not apply.

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moody’s ratingBaa1 Adequate (8th of 21 ratings)
fitch ratingA- Strong (7th of 21 ratings)
S&P ratingA- Strong (7th of 21 ratings)
phone number(888) 513-8797
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.75-1.50%. We are paid from the insurance company general fund. It is not deducted from your account value. 100% of your money is working for you from day one. We could earn a higher commission based on sales volume and taking a more active role in the application process.
Rate Effective DateJuly 1st 2024
premium TypeSingle Premium Annuity
account TypePersonal, Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, SEP-IRA, SIMPLE-IRA, 403(b).
Not available inMT, NY, PR, VI
options at

At the end of your contract term, you have 30 calendar days to choose from the following options.

1. Withdrawal any amount free of charges and fees.
2. If you do nothing, the contract renews for the same term at the rates available at that time. Surrender charges will apply to this renewal. Unless there is a full surrender, this renewal process will continue until annuitization or death.

For NV and TX: There is an additional option at the end of any guaranteed period to renew the annuity into a one-year guarantee period with no surrenders or MVA.

death benefit provisionIf you pass away before the end of your annuity contract, your beneficiaries will receive the accumulated policy value. This value will include all interest you have earned and be passed without any charges or fees.
taxesAnnuities typically grow tax-deferred. If you withdrawal money that has never been taxed, withdrawals are 100% taxable. Non-qualified withdrawals have been taxed already, so only interest is taxed. This is called an exclusion ratio. Interest would be taxed, but the principal would not. Please work with a qualified specialist.
surrender schedule
9%, 8%, 7%
free-look period10 Days
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