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joint-life and last-survivor annuities


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Annuities that involve two people (usually husband and wife). A joint-life annuity begins payment on a specified date and continues until both persons have died. A last-survivor annuity only begins payment on the death of one of the two people and pays until the death of the other. Compare single-life pension.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.


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