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May 31, 2012

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Ericeddler

If it's the annuity you're worried about, why not just turn it into cash by way of a cash out annuity. A good example of a cash out annuity and why you would get one is Earl's story here: http://www.jgwentworth.com/annuity/annuity-buyer-story/annuity-cash-out-earl.aspx
Hope that helped,
-Eric

Christie Hartshorn

Before considering purchasing annuity better have a professional advice from financial experts not all annuities are fit for your lifestyle.

Giana Forzareli

Thank you for giving me great talking points for my political science class. We have to create a presentation on the medicaid issue and the new election. I will be able to discuss the types of annuity and create a timeline since this rule was established in 2006. I cant wait to start my project now that I have great resources like this post. Keep up the great work. Thanks.

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