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Non-qualified annuities are funded by dollars that have already been taxed, according to annuities expert Hersh Stern for ImmediateAnnuities.com. Qualified annuities are typically tied to federally approved retirement pl... More »

Use the 1099-R form to file and report a non-qualified annuity, according to John Hancock Annuities. The 1099-R form will report the federal income tax withheld from the previous year's distributions, the gross distribut... More »

A nonqualified annuity is any annuity not used to fund a tax-advantaged retirement plan or IRA, according to Amerprise. Nonqualified annuities are funded with after-tax dollars. Nonqualified annuity premiums are not tax ... More »

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