Qualified joint and survivor annuity

• "A form of annuity which provides for pension benefits from a qualified plan to continue to the spouse after a retired participant s death. The spouse s benefits are payable for life unless the participant (with consent of the spouse) has elected to forego it, and must be between 50 and 100 percent of the original benefits.


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