Altium Group’s Secondary Market Annuities
Altium Group offers investors the ability to purchase Secondary Market Annuities (SMA).
A Secondary Market Annuity is a payment stream that is purchased by an investor from a pre-existing annuity.
The origin of a Secondary Market Annuity is an annuity from a major insurance carrier that is awarded to a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit.
Secondary Market Annuities are high-yield, low-risk financial products that are paid by top-rated insurance carriers.
By nature of the secondary market purchase process, Secondary Market Annuities come at substantially higher returns than similar annuity products purchased from the same insurance carrier.
Each Secondary Market Annuity is unique and comes in various amounts and durations.
Our clients use our products for retirement planning, CD alternatives, legacy and estate planning, college planning, and countless other applications.
The safety and yield of Secondary Market Annuities (SMA) have proven to be an attractive asset class to many publicly-traded companies over the past two decades.
View our current offers at buy Secondary Market Annuities.
|Altium Group Secondary Market Annuity|
|Product Description||Court Ordered, Re-Assigned Structured Settlement Annuity Payments|
|Payment Terms||One Year to Thirty Years|
|Range of Yield||Up to 9% Annually|
|Investment Amount||Minimum $25,000 ; Maximum $ 10,000,000|
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All of the court costs, transfer fees, lien search fees, and legal costs are paid by Altium Group.
Are Secondary Market Annuities Suitable for You?
Secondary Market Annuities should only be purchased by sophisticated investors who have the knowledge and understanding of the details and risks associated with this asset class.
All Secondary Market Annuities are transferred and sold in accordance with the terms of the appropriate Structured Settlement Protection Act (SSPA).
Despite best efforts to comply with the SSPA, Secondary Market Annuity transfers possess a risk of criminal fraud and violations that can be committed by any party involved in the transaction. As such, a Secondary Market Annuity may result in a reversal or vacation of its underlying court order if it is determined that the original sale was approved under false pretense.
A Vacated or Reversed order would result in the termination of future annuity payments to the investor.
Altium Group is not responsible, nor represents that it has any responsibility, for overseeing or monitoring the compliance of the SSPA by any or all of the parties directly or indirectly involved in the SMA transaction.
Investors are responsible to perform their own due diligence, research, and investigation of any SMA prior to purchase. It is highly recommended that potential investor’s of SMA transactions seek professional advice from a Certified Financial Planner, CPA and or Attorney before purchasing an SMA.