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Here you’ll find resources designed to facilitate conversations with your clients on the value of adding a guaranteed lifetime income solution to their retirement plan, including:

  • Product information for plan sponsors
  • Educational materials for plan participants
  • Annuitant testimonials

Help Your Clients Empower Their Employees to Confidently Transition into Retirement

We work with you and your clients to enhance their retirement plan with guaranteed income options so that their employees can confidently transition into retirement while also helping employers better manage workforce and benefit costs.

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Advantages of Institutional Income Annuities

Learn how guaranteed lifetime income solutions protect plan participants from market volatility and longevity risk.

MetLife Guaranteed Income Program (MGIP)

A fixed immediate income annuity for participants who want benefit payments to begin within 12 months of retirement and continue for the rest of their lives.

MetLife Qualifying Longevity Annuity Contract (QLAC)

A fixed deferred income annuity for participants who are retiring but want their benefit payments to begin at a later age, typically 80-85, and continue for the rest of their lives.

Mel’s Story: Retirement Income that’s as Regular as Clockwork

“Getting a guaranteed paycheck every month for the rest of my life gives me an indescribable sense of security,” said, Mel, a retiree receiving a monthly income annuity paycheck.

Plan Participant Video: Which retirement income strategy is right for you?

Help participants learn about different retirement income strategies and how to think about their own strategy.

Plan Participant Video: Would you retire your paycheck?

Learn how generational views on retirement can impact a participants’ financial future.

We’re here for you. Contact us for additional resources:

  • Sample RFI designed to evaluate retirement income options
  • Step-by-step guidelines to help navigate your client’s due diligence process
  • Content for your client meetings

Angela Winingham
Assistant Vice President
awiningham@metlife.com

Patrick Goessling
Sales Director, Western Region
patrick.goessling@metlife.com

David Nastasi
Sales Director, Eastern Region
david.nastasi@metlife.com

Featured Insights

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Employee Well-Being: Supporting financial health in challenging times

The current economic climate has intensified the financial anxieties many employees already had. This report based on this year’s Employee Benefits Trends Study focuses on why employer support through benefits and financial wellness programs is more crucial than ever.

MetLife’s Evolving Retirement Model Study

MetLife’s Evolving Retirement Model Study

Today’s workplace landscape has evolved from the traditional notions of retirement. With this new retirement model come several considerations to meet the needs of an aging workforce, as well as the generations of workers who follow behind them.

MetLife’s Insights on U.S. Employee Benefit Trends

MetLife’s Insights on U.S. Employee Benefit Trends

Explore key insights from MetLife's 19th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study to learn more about the role of retirement and financial health.

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Group annuity contracts are issued through Metropolitan Tower Life Insurance Company (MTL) or Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MLIC). Like most group annuity contracts, MTL and MLIC group annuities contain certain limitations, exclusions and terms for keeping them in force. All guarantees are based on the financial strength and claims-paying ability of the issuing MetLife company. Contact your MetLife representative for more information.

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