The Hartford Announces Agreement to Sell Talcott Resolution

The Hartford has entered into a definitive agreement to sell Talcott Resolution, its run-off life and annuity businesses, to a group of investors led by Cornell Capital LLC, Atlas Merchant Capital LLC, TRB Advisors LP, Global Atlantic Financial Group, Pine Brook and J. Safra Group. Under the buyer’s ownership, Talcott Resolution will continue to manage the legacy Hartford blocks of business and fully intends to continue to honor customer commitments.

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Statement of Account How-to-Read-Guide

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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. 
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