>> I did not even bother clicking on the link. Anytime I see the annuity and advisor in the same sentence instinctively I wince. <<And with good reason. Too often, advisors have their hands in the cookie jar when they recommend annuities. Very occasionally -- for select people in specific circumstances -- a low-fee annuity can be a good idea. But it's recommended FAR more often than it should be. And the low-fee ones (and there are at least a handful of decent ones out there) aren't much pushed because they don't generate a kickba...err, a "commission" to the referring financial advisor.#29
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