How Much Income Does An Annuity Pay You Per Month?

Shawn Plummer

CEO, The Annuity Expert

If you buy an annuity for $100,000 when you are 65 years old, you will get $500 per month for the rest of your life, starting immediately.

How Much Income Can You expect From Annuities?

Do you want to know how much annuity income you can expect each month? Annuities are a great way to secure a steady stream of monthly payments, and in this guide, we will show you how to calculate just how much money you can expect to receive. Annuities offer tax breaks and other benefits, so it’s important to understand all the ins and outs before making a decision. Keep reading for more information on annuity payments!

How Much Do Annuities Payout?

This guide will provide a general estimation of how much money you can get per month on a guaranteed basis (not a hypothetical basis) from the highest-paying annuities in 2022.

I’ve researched 57 major annuity companies with 326 eligible products using our annuity payout calculator to determine precisely how much money you can get every month. These are the best lifetime annuity rates.

Income payments are for the rest of your life and will not run out even if your annuity runs out of money.

If there’s anything left in the account, your beneficiaries will inherit the remainder in a lump sum (in most cases).

  1. First, single-life payouts are based on 1 person’s lifetime.
  2. Secondly, Joint Life is your income payment paid out over your and your spouse’s lifetimes.
  3. Thirdly, I’m not using annuitization values in the quotes.

This case study uses deferred annuity contracts with income riders and does not use immediate annuities or deferred income annuities.

Income generated from annuitizing contracts doesn’t justify giving up control of your retirement savings.

How Much Will An Annuity Pay Per Month?

How much do annuities pay? The table shows how much a $100,000 annuity pays per month starting immediately and the monthly annuity payment for $200,000, $300,000, $500,000, and a $1,000,000 annuity. The longer the time before starting the payout, the higher the income.

Annuity rates change frequently and vary by state.

Immediate Payouts

Age$100,000$200,000$500,000$1,000,000
55$416.67$833.34$2,083.35$4,166.70
56$425.00$850.00$2,125.00$4,250.00
57$433.33$866.66$2,166.65$4,333.30
58$441.67$883.34$2,208.35$4,416.70
59$450.00$900.00$2,250.00$4,500.00
60$458.33$916.66$2,291.65$4,583.30
61$466.67$933.34$2,333.35$4,666.70
62$475.00$950.00$2,375.00$4,750.00
63$483.33$966.66$2,416.65$4,833.30
64$491.67$983.34$2,458.35$4,916.70
65$500.00$1,000.00$2,500.00$5,000.00
66$504.17$1,008.34$2,520.85$5,041.70
67$508.33$1,016.66$2,541.65$5,083.30
68$512.50$1,025.00$2,562.50$5,125.00
69$516.67$1,033.34$2,583.35$5,166.70
70$520.83$1,041.66$2,604.15$5,208.30

How much does a $100,000 annuity pay per month?

Our data revealed that a $100,000 annuity will pay between $416.67 and $1,418.00 per month for life if you use a lifetime income rider. The payments are based on the age you buy the annuity contract and the length of time before taking the money. A $100,000 immediate annuity pays $1,731.76 per month for 5 years, $938.18 per month for 10 years, and $543.88 per month for 20 years.

Immediate Lifetime Income: Age 60

AnnuityMonthlyAnnual
AIG$458$5,500
Symetra$438$5,256

Immediate Lifetime Income: Age 65

AnnuityMonthlyAnnual
AIG $500$6,000
Symetra$479$5,748
Nationwide$472$5,665

Immediate Lifetime Income: Age 70

AnnuityMonthlyAnnual
AIG $521$6,252
Symetra$521$6,252
Nationwide$495$5,940

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How much does a $250,000 annuity pay per month?

Our data revealed that a $250,000 annuity will pay between $1,145.83 and $3,183.00 per month for life if you use a lifetime income rider. The payments are based on the age you buy the annuity contract and the length of time before taking the money. A $250,000 immediate annuity pays $4,332.07 per month for 5 years, $2,346.91 per month for 10 years, and $1,377.44 per month for 20 years.

How much does a $500,000 annuity pay per month?

Our data revealed that a $500,000 annuity will pay between $2,291.66 and $6,366.00 per month for life if you use a lifetime income rider. The payments are based on the age you buy the annuity contract and the length of time before taking the money. A $500,000 immediate annuity pays $8,664.14 per month for 5 years, $4,693.82 per month for 10 years, and $2,754.88 per month for 20 years.

How much does a $750,000 annuity pay per month?

Our data revealed that a $750,000 annuity will pay between $3,437.49 and $9,549.00 per month for life if you use a lifetime income rider. The payments are based on the age you buy the annuity contract and the length of time before taking the money. A $750,000 immediate annuity pays $12,996.21 per month for 5 years, $7,040.73 per month for 10 years, and $4,132.32 per month for 20 years.

How much does a $1,000,000 annuity pay per month?

Our data revealed that a $1,000,000 annuity will pay between $4,583.32 and $12,732.00 per month for life if you use a lifetime income rider. The payments are based on the age you buy the annuity contract and the length of time before taking the money. A $1,000,000 immediate annuity pays $17,328.28 per month for 5 years, $9,387.64 per month for 10 years, and $5,509.76 per month for 20 years.

How much does a $100,000 annuity pay per month in the future?

After researching 326 annuity products from 57 insurance companies, our data calculated that a $100,000 annuity will pay:

  • If you’re 30 years old right now and you don’t deposit any more money, you’ll receive $14,220 annually starting at age 60. This comes out to $1,185 a month for the rest of your life.
  • If you’re 40 years old right now and you don’t deposit any more money, you’ll receive $10,538 annually starting at age 60. This comes out to $878 a month for the rest of your life.
  • If you’re 50 years old right now and you don’t deposit any more money, you’ll receive $9,288 annually starting at age 60. This comes out to $774 a month for the rest of your life.
Age606570
30*$1,185$1,601$2,261
40$878$1,077$1,273
45$792$988$1,185
50$774$923$1,293
55$606$851$1,025
$100,000 is the premium amount used to generate monthly income. *Deferred Income Annuitized Payments

How much does a $1,000 a month annuity cost?

AgePremium AmountMonthly Income
60$218,182$1,000
65$200,000$1,000
70$192,000$1,000
75$184,615$1,000
Immediate Monthly Income

Understanding Lifetime Income Riders

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Conclusion

At the end of the day, annuities are a great way to secure a steady stream of monthly payments. If you’re interested in learning more about how much money you could receive each month, be sure to request a quote. Our team is happy to help!

Just know that these amounts change monthly for better or for worse. You can grasp a better idea by using an annuity calculator.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do annuities pay monthly?

According to our study of 326 annuities from 57 annuity providers, a $100,000 annuity would pay between $414 and $1,905 per month. The monthly income amounts are determined by the age you obtain the annuity contract and the length of time before receiving payments.

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Shawn Plummer

CEO, The Annuity Expert

I’m a licensed financial professional focusing on annuities and insurance for more than a decade. My former role was training financial advisors, including for a Fortune Global 500 insurance company. I’ve been featured in Time Magazine, Yahoo! Finance, MSN, SmartAsset, Entrepreneur, Bloomberg, The Simple Dollar, U.S. News and World Report, and Women’s Health Magazine.

The Annuity Expert is an online insurance agency servicing consumers across the United States. My goal is to help you take the guesswork out of retirement planning or find the best insurance coverage at the cheapest rates for you. 

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