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Old 12-07-2023, 02:08 PM   #1
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Hello, looking at buying a 10Yr MYGA thru Reliance Standard. They look to be rated A++. Does anybody have experience with this company , thanks
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Old 12-07-2023, 11:10 PM   #2
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Pletal, I have no experience with this company but if they are rated A+, you should have nothing to worry about as far as security.
What rate are they offering in a 10 year MYGA?
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Pletal, I have no experience with this company but if they are rated A+, you should have nothing to worry about as far as security.
What rate are they offering in a 10 year MYGA?
5.25. For ten years. Looking longer term, and a decent fixed income rate. Plus able to draw some out per year if needed. They also have 7 yr for 5.55. 100k invested
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5.25. For ten years. Looking longer term, and a decent fixed income rate. Plus able to draw some out per year if needed. They also have 7 yr for 5.55. 100k invested
Sounds like a smart move to lock in those rates for that long term period. Yes, the annual draw provisions of MYGAs are also appealing.
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I just purchased a Reliance Standard 7y through BluePrint Income. All went well.
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I am not familiar with Reliance Standard but I see this is available on the Blueprint Income website which is a + to me.
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From Reliance Standard or some other insurer?
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From Reliance Standard or some other insurer?
Yes from them.
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