• Retirement costs are based on factors such as the age and sex of the patient.



Meanings of ANNUITY:
  1. Usually a certain amount of money is paid to someone for life every year.

  2. A type of insurance or investment that entitles the investor to a certain amount of money annually.

Sentences of ANNUITY
  1. If investors want to invest most of their savings faster, they should invest in this annual amount.

  2. Equity is expected to come up with a proposal for the first expensive pension insurance that the company can no longer afford.

  3. If they want to save, they can do so and decide to spend money or buy a pension before retirement.

  4. Generally, they charge a fixed annual fee of 30 annas per year.

  5. When they retire, savers can choose to have a pension with a fixed or variable interest rate.

  6. When you get your tax-free capital tax refund, you usually need to make an annual purchase with the remaining funds.

  7. There may be a fixed rate on tax-exempt benefits or a variable product with sub-accounts.

  8. Beneficiaries can often convert a year's money into an annual amount, but there will be no harm to health.

  9. Pensions on which retirees buy fixed income may also vary.

  10. He said the funds would be used to secure pension benefits, including pensions and lump sums.

Synonyms of ANNUITY

subsistence, stipend, remittance, pension, subsidy, upkeep, annuity, sum of money, expenses, maintenance, keep, pocket money, grant, contribution, financial support, consideration, handout, benefit


Meanings of PURCHASE:
  1. Get it by paying to buy (something).

  2. Sustain or succeed through effort or hardship.

  3. Lift (rope or rope) or lift (anchor) with pull, lever etc.

  4. Bought something

  5. Acquisition of property by any means other than inheritance.

  6. Land rent or annual income.

  7. Put yourself in a position or position yourself in something so that the options can be used better, or the benefits of using it.

  8. One block and one tackle.

Sentences of PURCHASE
  1. Just visit your local outdoor store and buy a great set of raincoats that blend in with the landscape.

  2. He said the offer was accepted and residents wanted to buy the property.

  3. Do you agree that some interest is charged on used loans for the purchase of investment property?

  4. The number of investors buying real estate has returned to historic highs.

  5. You can often get a lot of deals by buying a car that you brought to the country yourself.

  6. Since no one wants to buy, the auction is a bit different, the auction usually goes on, but the first bidder buys the item.

Synonyms of PURCHASE

take possession of, investment, come into, order, take receipt of, come in for, be given, gain, secure, hold, pick up, shop for, obtain, receive, deal, fingerhold, come by, earn, possession, footing, get


Meanings of RATE:
  1. The speed at which something moves, happens or changes.

  2. Pay a fixed price or charge something for something, especially good or service.

  3. The fee or payment amount is expressed as a percentage of another amount or as the basis of the calculation.

  4. Residents of a company and former private property (in the UK) paid a land and building tax to the municipality.

  5. (A team) Define standard, ideal, or limited classification

  6. Estimate the (asset) value for local tax collection.

  7. Consider several ways.

  8. Be precious

  9. Whatever happened or could have happened.

  10. It is used to indicate whether the previous statement is being corrected or clarified, or the next statement is being pointed out.

Sentences of RATE
  1. However, the extent of their crimes, however attempted, varies widely.

  2. Although the theoretical model constantly demands Yao's rate, the measured speed is very dynamic.

  3. Rotation is a measure of the local geometry of a surface, while the rate of tension measures the rate of expansion relative to it.

  4. Therefore, results use percentage reporting rates instead of standard deviations.

  5. The rate of variability was measured as the number of nucleotide substitutes per site and each generation.

  6. Violent crime detection rates have risen from 13,000 to 15,500.

  7. In the first quarter, the club reduced its annual turnover rate by 3%.

  8. Food prices played a key role in determining headline inflation in the fourth quarter of 2002.

Synonyms of RATE

deserve, outlay, value, amount, calculate, price, fare, scale, velocity, weigh up, proportion, deem to be, estimate, pace, measure, be deserving of, have a right to, figure, have a claim to, be worth, be worthy of, warrant, evaluate, tariff, be entitled to, hire, appraise, put a value on, cost, hold to be