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Rather than waiting years to receive their payments, some people cash out of their long-term investment. When that happens, there’s a short but set process for doing this:
Research Annuity Service Companies
Start by shopping around for the right annuity buyer. Many companies specialize in this service, but there are still red flags to watch for. Trustworthy annuity service companies like Annuity.org will have positive reviews, offer free quotes and avoid high-pressure sales tactics.
Get a quote
No matter what the quote is, it should suit your needs. You can find the current value of your annuity by entering factors like the size and frequency of payments into our current value calculator. Annuity.org offers free, competitive quotes in minutes. If we give you an offer that satisfies your financial goals, proceed with the sale.
Submit your paperwork
Our experienced customer service representatives will collect information from your annuity or structured settlement contract next. This information helps us know the terms and scope of your future payments. Other paperwork you’ll need to provide include identification, tax forms and a contractual document we provide. Our lawyers will evaluate your situation and see if you qualify for a cash advance.
Present your case before a judge
Selling your annuity is a legal process, so the last step involves a brief hearing to obtain court approval of your transfer. Federal and state laws have this safeguard in place to ensure all the details of your transaction are disclosed fully and make sure the sale is in your best interest.
In between each of these steps, our team of attorneys will handle all of the nuanced details like drawing up the agreement and securing a court date. Once the sale is approved, we’ll send you a lump-sum of cash.
There are things that happen between these steps, but these are things that someone else handles. That includes securing a court date and writing up the actual agreement. But after Step 3, we send you a lump-sum of cash.