Coming Soon: New Website

On December 4, 2017, The Hartford announced it signed an agreement to sell Talcott Resolution,* its life and annuity business, to a group of investors. On May 31, 2018, the sale was successfully completed and Talcott Resolution has separated from The Hartford and become an independent, stand-alone insurance company.
Talcott Resolution will continue to administer your annuity. We have created a new website that has a new and different look and feel. You may continue to access annuity contract-specific information via this page until mid-August. After mid-August, we will begin redirecting you to our new website.
Read more about the completion of the sale:

Access Information About Your Annuity Contract

From here, contract holders and financial advisors can register and log in to the Annuity Service Center to access specific contract information. Welcome to our annuity home page.

Helpful Resources

Statement of Account How-to-Read-Guide
The Hartford has recently made updates to improve the information provided on our variable annuity Statement of Accounts.
Read How-to-Guide
Required Minimum Distributions Calculator

A new online tool for calculating Required Minimum Distributions (RMD) has been made available.

How to Use RMD Calculator
Tax Center
Identify the tax forms you may receive for your individual annuity contract(s) with The Hartford.

Visit the Tax Center
About Required Minimum Distribution (RMD)

Generally, the IRS requires that you withdraw at least a minimum amount - known as a Required Minimum Distribution – from certain types of retirement accounts annually, starting the year you turn age 70 1/2. Determining how much you are required to withdraw is an important issue in retirement planning.
How to Choose a Financial Advisor
When choosing a financial advisor, you may want to be sure you're entrusting your hard-earned savings to a professional-an experienced financial advisor who's in tune with your financial needs & goals. It's worth it to take the time to find the right person for you.
5 Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor
There is never a bad time to review your financial plan with your financial advisor. You should make it a point to do so at least once a year. To help ensure you get the most out of the discussion, get prepared and plan to participate.
* Talcott Resolution consists of Talcott Resolution Life, Inc., a holding company for a group of insurance and non-insurance subsidiaries that administers life and annuity products previously sold or acquired. These insurance companies include Talcott Resolution Life Insurance Company, Talcott Resolution Life and Annuity Insurance Company, American Maturity Life Insurance Company and Talcott Resolution International Life Reassurance Corporation.
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