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Single Premium Deferred Annuity

Future Income Plus Annuity can help you prepare for retirement by earning a guaranteed interest rate to help preserve and protect a portion of your retirement assets from market risk.

How does Future
Income Plus work?

You can purchase Future Income Plus from State Farm® Life Insurance Company and State Farm Life and Accident Assurance company (Residents of NY and WI only) with one lump sum premium payment — often coming from an IRA or 401(k) rollover, a maturing CD, inheritance or life insurance payout, or proceeds from the sale of a business. Your single payment will grow tax deferred and at a guaranteed interest rate for a specified period of time that you choose.

At the end of each guarantee period, you have a 30-day window to choose another guarantee period from those available. A higher interest rate may be available for larger accumulation values at renewal.

Annuities are designed to provide retirement income, but life happens. You can withdraw up to 10% of the initial premium in the first year, or 10% of the accumulated value thereafter on an annual basis without incurring a surrender charge.1 You’ll also have the option to convert the accumulate value of your annuity into guaranteed income to supplement your retirement.

Future Income
Plus advantages

Tax Deferral

Generally, interest is not subject to federal income tax until it is received, allowing the annuity accumulation value to grow larger than would be possible if interest were taxed as it is earned.

Accumulation

You can allow your annuity to keep growing until you choose to begin receiving payments. You can even wait until you are 95 (age 90 in NY) or 10 years from your age when the annuity is issued, whichever is later. 2

Talk to a State Farm agent for details

 

For more information, call 844-242-1899844-242-1899

1 Any amount withdrawn or surrendered may be subject to federal income tax. A 10 percent IRS penalty tax may apply if you are less than 59-1/2.

2 For tax-qualified annuities, you cannot keep retirement funds in your account indefinitely. You generally have to start taking withdrawals from your IRA or retirement plan account when you reach 72. Roth IRAs do not require minimum withdrawals. Other restrictions may apply. Please consult your tax advisor for your particular situation.

Disclosure

This is a general description of coverage. A complete statement of coverage is found only in the policy.

Contact your State Farm agent for details on coverage, costs, and restrictions.

Neither State Farm nor its agents provide tax or legal advice. Please consult your tax or legal advisor about your personal situation.

Each State Farm insurer has sole financial responsibility for its own products.

Guarantees are based on the claims-paying ability of the issuing State Farm life insurance company.

In a tax-qualified retirement plan, federal-income-tax deferral is provided by the tax-qualified retirement plan. No additional tax deferral is provided by an annuity. You should contact your attorney or tax advisor for more complete information.

Insurance policies and/or associated riders and features may not be available in all states, and policy terms and conditions may vary by state.

Not FDIC Insured

No Bank Guarantee

May Lose Value

Issued by:
State Farm Life Insurance Company (Not licensed in MA, NY, or WI)
State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company (Licensed in NY and WI)
Bloomington, Illinois

Each insurer is financially responsible for its own products.

IL-131.17