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An annuity is any continuing payment with a fixed total annual amount. Annuity may refer to:
- Annuity (finance theory): any terminating stream of fixed payments over a specified period of time
- Life annuity: a financial contract providing payments for a person's lifetime. Payments can be level or increased at a fixed percentage each year.
- Period Certain annuity aka Guaranteed annuities: a financial contract providing payments for specific period of time (1-20 years is most typical).
- Annuity (US financial products)
- Annuity (European financial arrangements)
- Swiss Annuity
An annuity that has no definite end is called a perpetuity.
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