Who Should Not Buy an Annuity?

Published July 30, 2019

You should not buy an annuity if Social Security or pension benefits cover all of your regular expenses, you’re in below average health, or you are seeking high risk in your investments.

Take our quiz here to decide if an annuity makes sense for you.

If you’re interested in reading more, here are several articles to help determine if you should invest in an annuity.

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Nimish Shukla

Nimish Shukla

Financial Planning Professional

Nimish has spoken with thousands of customers about retirement spending. As a CFA Charterholder and licensed fixed annuity producer he values the importance of building an income stream for retirement. In addition to his work at Blueprint Income he is also a regular contributor to Nerdwallet.

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