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Our financial researchers analyse all the joint life annuity rates in the UK to select the best joint life annuities on offer. We've based the joint life annuity rates shown in this best buy table on a specific age (65 years of age for the person buying the annuity and 60 years of age for their spouse or partner) and a purchase price of £10,000 (£10K pension pot), so it's important that you also obtain a quote specific to your particular circumstances.
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