Insurer Spotlight: American National Annuities and Company Basics

Published March 16, 2018
American National, founded in 1905, is one of the annuity providers on Blueprint Income's platform.
  • American National offers immediate annuities and fixed rate annuities
  • American National currently has $24.5 billion assets under management
  • You can purchase an annuity from American National with Blueprint Income

American National Insurance Company is publicly traded and currently ranked 688 in the Fortune 500 list. Its operating Income in 2016 was $127 million and balance sheet assets at year-end 2016 was $24.5 billion.

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Products Offered by American National

As a strongly rated insurance company, below are available American National annuities currently offered:

Type Name Minimum Initial Premium Recurring Premium
Immediate Annuity (a.k.a. Single Premium Immediate Annuity) Palladium Single Premium Immediate Annuity Non-qualified: $15,000

Qualified: $3,000

Not possible
Fixed Rate Annuity (a.k.a. Multi-Year Guaranteed Annuity) Palladium Multi-Year Guarantee Annuity $5,000 Not possible


Read More About American National

  1. American National – About Us
  2. American National – Newsroom
  3. American National – Financial Highlights

How Can I Purchase American National Annuities?

At Blueprint Income, we offer annuities from more than 15 top rated insurance companies, including American National. Click below to get real-time personalized quotes.

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From there, you’ll get access to our annuity guides, and a team of specialists to help you analyze your retirement finances and walk you through the application process.

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Lauren Minches

Lauren Minches

Financial Planning Professional

Lauren is an actuary by training with expertise in retirement, finance, and risk. She writes about annuities to make them easier to understand and evaluate. Her goal is to help people create retirements with more time for living and less time thinking about money.

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