FPA Product Overview
A tax-advantaged alternative for your long-term savings
A Mutual of America Flexible Premium Annuity (FPA) is a tax-deferred, variable annuity contract designed to help you build savings for retirement.
- An Interest Account that credits
higher interest rates for higher balances.
- A diverse choice of Separate Account investment funds. The performance of the Separate Account investment funds is not guaranteed, and any assets allocated to them may decrease or increase in value.
- Interest and any investment earnings accumulate on a tax-deferred basis until withdrawn. Withdrawals of the tax-deferred interest and investment earnings are subject to income tax at your ordinary income tax rate at the time of withdrawal, and if made prior to age 59½, a 10% federal tax penalty.
- No withdrawal or surrender charges and no sales commissions. Our contracts assess a contract fee (unless you elect to receive documents electronically), and investments in the Separate Account investment funds are subject to Separate Account charges and Underlying Funds expenses.
- No IRS contribution limits.
- Mutual of America offers a variety of options for withdrawing your money based on your specific needs for retirement income. Learn more about Turning Your Retirement Savings into Retirement Income.
May be most appropriate if you
- Are looking for another tax-advantaged way to save for retirement.
- Already contribute the annual dollar limits imposed on workplace retirement plans and IRAs.
- Receive proceeds from a sale or an inheritance or if you have other savings that you want to set aside for your long-term financial needs.
- Want the option to receive a guaranteed monthly retirement income.*
*This guarantee is subject to Mutual of America's financial strength and claims-paying ability.
Mutual of America's FPA is an individual variable annuity contract and is suitable for long-term investing, particularly for retirement savings. The value of a variable annuity contract will fluctuate depending on the performance of the Separate Account investment funds you choose. Upon redemption, you could receive more or less than the principal amount invested.
Form FPA-2002 or applicable state variation.