Retire confidently with income for life
The Longevity Pension Fund is a mutual fund trusted by experts and designed to provide lifetime income to Canadian retirees.
Security of a pension, flexibility of a mutual fund
Monthly income for life
The Longevity Pension Fund is your paycheque in retirement.
Access your money when you need it
Redeem your unpaid capital if you need it back or have it returned to your estate if you pass away.**
Life happens, that's why we're flexible
See how much Longevity can pay you
Represents a monthly income of
How to invest in Longevity
Invest in the Longevity Pension Fund through a financial advisor or at select wealth management firms and discount/direct brokerages. If you don’t have an advisor, no worries, we’ll connect you with our retirement income planner.
Forbes calls Longevity,
“A lifetime annuity with an exit door.”
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*Although distributions are designed to increase over time, they may go up or down and are not guaranteed. The level will be assessed regularly, and impacted by market conditions and unit holder redemptions (both voluntary and due to death). This figure is for illustrative purposes only. Distributions and returns for investment funds may fluctuate and are never guaranteed. This should not be considered investment advice or financial advice, and is not tailored to the needs or circumstances of any investor. Always reach out to professional advisors to consider your unique circumstances prior to investing. This calculator uses the current yields for individuals born in 1956 or earlier, and the initial lifetime income target for those born in 1957 or later to calculate the starting annual income.
**You can always access the lesser of unpaid capital (initial value of your investment less any income payments made) or your net asset value. Fees may apply. Please review the prospectus or speak to your advisor for more details.