Best annuity rates
This week's best rates
To help you get an idea of what an annuity pays, we compile the best annuity rates available for a £100,000 pension each week. Annuity rates change all the time, so they could be higher or lower in the future.
The exact income you could receive will depend on the value of your pension, your personal details and the options you choose. Remember, your annuity income is taxable.
Make sure you confirm health and lifestyle details when you get a quote as you could be entitled to an enhanced annuity.
|Age 55||Age 60||Age 65||Age 70||Age 75|
|Single life, level, no guarantee||£4,318||£4,786||£5,420||£6,113||£7,123|
|Single life, level, 5 year guarantee||£4,313||£4,777||£5,404||£6,080||£7,016|
|Single life, RPI, 5 year guarantee||£2,035||£2,445||£3,170||£3,867||£5,003|
|Single life, 3% escalation, 5 year guarantee||£2,544||£2,973||£3,617||£4,349||£5,380|
|Joint life 50%, level, no guarantee||£3,996||£4,501||£4,889||£5,711||£6,373|
|Joint life 50%, 3% escalation, no guarantee||£2,263||£2,642||£3,192||£3,801||£4,625|
These quotes were generated on 11 October 2018 using our online annuity quote tool, which compares the rates available from the annuity providers on our panel. All quotes are based on an average postcode and paid monthly in advance. The joint life quotes assume the spouse is three years younger than the person buying the annuity.
Best annuity rates in the last 3 years
We generated these quotes using our online annuity quote tool between 12 November 2015 and 11 October 2018. All the quotes in the graph are based on a £100,000 single life level annuity with a five year guarantee built in, and paid monthly in advance.
The potential cost of delay
It might be tempting to put off buying your annuity in the hope that rates rise, but the cost of delaying could be significant. You can estimate the potential costs or benefits of delaying your annuity by using our annuity delay calculator.