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Weiss Ratings: 10 Best Low-Cost Variable Annuities 2014

Today, Weiss Ratings released its annual 10 Best Variable Annuity list. To help consumers sort through the many variable annuity choices, Weiss Ratings reviewed over 155,000 annuity offerings to find the 10 best low-cost variable annuity products.

Apr 12 2014, 11:58am CDT | by

Jupiter, FL, April 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Today, Weiss Ratings released its annual 10 Best Variable Annuity list. To help consumers sort through the many variable annuity choices, Weiss Ratings reviewed over 155,000 annuity offerings to find the 10 best low-cost variable annuity products.

Weiss Ratings looked for variable annuities with no initial sales charge also known as a front-end load, below average costs, a wide selection of mutual fund subaccounts with good performance, issued by insurance companies with a Weiss Financial Strength Rating of A (excellent), B (good) or C (fair).

Consumers can also find the 2014 Weiss Ratings' lists of Best Variable Annuities with Guaranteed Withdrawal Benefits and Worst Variable Annuities at WeissRatings.com (http://weissratings.com/ratings/best-and-worst-variable-annuities.aspx).

About Weiss Ratings
Weiss Ratings is the nation’s leading independent provider of financial strength ratings on U.S. and global banks, credit unions and insurance companies as well as sovereign debt ratings. It also distributes independent investment ratings on publicly traded companies, mutual funds, and ETFs. Weiss accepts no payment or other compensation for its ratings from rated institutions. WeissRatings.com is a destination site to help consumers and professionals make informed financial decisions.

Contact Information:
Weiss Ratings
Pookie Skoran
561-226-4736
Contact via Email
www.weissratings.com

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