Deferred Income Annuities

Available through The Fidelity Insurance Network®,1 deferred income annuities provide you, or you and your spouse, with guaranteed2 income for the rest of your life.

Turn a portion of savings into a stream of income payments, beginning 13 months to 40 years from your first premium payment.3

Annuity features

May be appropriate for

Investors who want a predictable income stream beginning on a future date

Key features

Predictable, guaranteed2 lifetime income (with limited or no access to assets)

Security of payments beginning on a date you select4

One-time ability to change the income start date5

Ability to make additional premium payments during the deferral period6 to increase future income

Optional cost of living adjustment and protection for your beneficiaries

Easy to understand and integrate into your income strategy

Minimum investment


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Next steps

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Additional resources

Create future retirement income
Wondering if a deferred income annuity is right for you? In this Fidelity Viewpoints® article, we'll discuss how deferred annuities work and the role they play in a retirement income plan.

One way to secure retirement income
Read this Fidelity Viewpoints® article to learn how to use Qualified Longevity Annuity Contracts (QLACs) to turn some of your traditional IRA or 401(k) into a lifetime income later in life.

Smart strategies for retirement income
Read this Fidelity Viewpoints® article about how a mix of investments can help provide income and growth potential in retirement.

Deferred Income Annuities FAQs
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Qualified Longevity Annuity Contracts (PDF)
Create future lifetime income—starting after the minimum required distribution age of 70½.