Annuity Gator Announces Terry Heys as President & CEO

The “Expert’s Expert” on Annuities and Retirement Income Planning

Tucson, AZ, United States - November 8, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Today, Annuity Gator – a company that specializes in helping people financially prepare for retirement with the proper use of annuities and income planning strategies – announced Terry Heys as its new President & CEO.

Longer life expectancy, coupled with disappearing company pensions, has led many to worry about running out of income in retirement. Annuities can provide the income retirees need – but purchasing the wrong annuity can be costly.

Terry Heys has been a leading expert in financial and retirement planning for more than 25 years, with a key focus on educating both consumers and financial professionals on the benefits of annuities for generating lifetime income for as long as it is needed.

Terry Heys has helped Annuity Gator fine-tune the process of selecting the right annuity for specific needs using technology to monitor and find the best annuity options available for clients. Terry Heys will be leading Annuity Gator’s nationwide network of vetted financial professionals that are committed to helping clients properly plan for retirement.

“Lifetime income is a concern that keeps Americans up daily,” states Terry. With Mr. Heys now at the helm of Annuity Gator, the company will ramp up its mission of:

● Researching the vast array of annuities in the marketplace.

● Educating consumers and financial advisors on the pros and cons of different types of annuities, based on individual investors’ objectives.

● Comparing specific annuities to determine how they may perform for investors over time.

● Helping clients receive guaranteed lifetime income from top annuities — regardless of market conditions.

About Annuity Gator: Since 2012, Annuity Gator provides objective, in-depth education on annuities and how they work, which includes an extensive annuity review database. Annuity Gator’s affiliated advisors compare and contrast the top three annuity options with clients to help them gain an understanding of how annuities work and which annuity is best for them. The company uses state of the art technology, as well as one-on-one virtual meetings, to help individuals, couples, and financial professionals drill down the right annuity for each unique situation and needs.

Contact Info:
Name: Terry Heys - President & CEO
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Organization: Annuity Gator
Address: 7850 N Silverbell #114-194 Tucson, AZ 85743-8219
Phone: +1 888-440-2468
Website: https://www.annuitygator.com

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