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Annuity income data

The Retirement Strategy Data pages are designed to offer a wide ranging view of the current annuity rates being offered from providers including impaired, flexible and asset-backed annuity options. The pages also put current rates into historical context, offer the latest annuity best-buy tables and give a genral overview of the type of products each provider currently offers.

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