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Annuity Alliance Wishes You a Happy Thanksgiving

From the entire team at Annuity Alliance, we would like to wish you a relaxed and Happy Thanksgiving weekend as we hope you have the opportunity to spend some quality time with your loved ones, family, and friends.

Annuity Alliance also is very thankful for all of the people who have leveraged the educational information on this website to make an educated and informed decision about purchasing an annuity product that aligns with their retirement planning and strategy. We hope our service has helped you review annuities, select one that fits your situation, and the product provides either accumulation or income or both!

As a reminder, an annuity is one of the only financial products that offers guaranteed lifetime income. That means you should not have to worry about running out of money during your retirement years using an annuity for your retirement. Of course, that is based on the claims-paying ability of the insurance carrier. We’re not trying to be Scrooges, but Annuity Alliance likes to stay compliant with our posts.

Annuity Alliance talks a lot about annuities, but let’s talk turkey!!! Actually, let’s talk the entire Thanksgiving dinner as we figure you would like to think more about the delicious menu than fixed indexed annuities and multi-year guarantee annuities this week.

According to the Courier Journal, some of 2021’s Thanksgiving trends aren’t focusing just on the turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce. Instead, more families are implementing a few tweaks to modernize their events.

One popular idea involves building out a charcuterie board with multiple types of items including cheeses, meats, crackers, chocolates, jams, fruit, and anything else you think would be appetizing to your guests. The article also talks about how you may want to have some gluten-free options available at the dinner table.

You may want to incorporate apples or pears as they’ve become more popular in holiday drinks including alcohol-free cocktails, seltzers, and even some beers. Bourbon also has stayed popular to incorporate into syrups, jams, or pies, as options other than on the rocks (or not on the rocks) in a glass.

Annuity Alliance hopes you have a Happy Thanksgiving this Thursday! Once you’ve recovered from the tryptophan hangover, please feel free to contact Annuity Alliance if you are planning to purchase an annuity product before year’s end.