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Annuities are issued by The Ohio State Life Insurance Company, Administrative Office PO BOX 25417 Salt Lake City, UT 84125 (“Ohio State Life”). Insurance and annuity products, optional features, and riders are not available in all states and may be subject to firm availability. Click here to see current product availability. Annuities contain features, exclusions and limitations that vary by state. Read the contract for complete details. Payment obligations and guarantees are subject to the financial strength and claims-paying ability of Ohio State Life.
ANNUITIES ARE PRODUCTS OF THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY AND NOT GUARANTEED BY ANY BANK NOR INSURED BY FDIC OR NCUA/NCUSIF. ANNUITIES MAY LOSE VALUE AND HAVE NO BANK/CREDIT UNION GUARANTEE. ANNUITIES ARE NOT A DEPOSIT AND ARE NOT INSURED BY ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY. ANNUITIES MAY ONLY BE OFFERED BY A LICENSED INSURANCE PRODUCER/AGENT. This material should not be interpreted as a recommendation by NexAnnuity or Ohio State Life.
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