by Bob Rywick

A private annuity is usually used to transfer property to a transferee ("obligor") in exchange for a promise to make periodic payments to the transferor (or "annuitant") for the remaining life of the annuitant. Private annuity arrangements are often used for intra-family transfers. The following are key differences between a private annuity and a commercial annuity:

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