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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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 »

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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 »

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IRS Form 1099-R is a tax form issued when money is withdrawn from a qualified retirement plan such as a pension, annuity, IRA or profit-sharing plan. The reported withdrawal amount is included as taxable income unless th... More »

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A variable annuity is a retirement account that allows a person to choose her investments, and the annuity provides an income based on how well the investments are doing in the stock and bond markets, explains CNN. A var... More »

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An annuity purchase calculator estimates how much income you can expect from investing a specific amount of money into an annuity, or it can tell you how much to invest to receive a desired level of income during retirem... More »

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Advantages for Prudential annuity plans include increased income for retirement, guaranteed and predictable income and efficient money growth, according to Prudential. The company offers several types of annuities with v... More »

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