What is a Guaranteed Minimum Income Benefit?

Variable annuities come with a host of optional features that you can select for an additional annual fee. One common and very popular type of variable annuity feature is the guaranteed minimum income benefit, also known as a GMIB. The GMIB is exactly what the name implies — a guaranteed minimum level of annuity payments by the insurance company, regardless of the performance of your annuity.

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metLife_logoGMIB Max: Guaranteed Minimum Income Benefit Rider
axa-life-insuranceGMIB: Guaranteed Minimum Income Benefit Rider (Accumulator Series)
axa-life-insuranceGIB: Guaranteed Income Benefit Rider (Retirement Cornerstone Series)
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