FLEXIBLE PURCHASE PAYMENT
To the Contract Owner:
Please read your Contract carefully. This annuity is a legal contract between
you and Genworth Life and Annuity Insurance Company. We have issued this
Contract in consideration of your application and the payment of the initial
Purchase Payment. You, the Owner, have benefits and rights described in this
Contract. The Annuitant is named in the Contract. We will make Income Payments
beginning on the Annuity Commencement Date, if the Annuitant is still living on
THE CONTRACT VALUE IN THE SEPARATE ACCOUNT IS BASED ON THE INVESTMENT
EXPERIENCE OF THAT ACCOUNT, AND MAY INCREASE OR DECREASE DAILY. DOLLAR AMOUNTS
IN THE SEPARATE ACCOUNT ARE NOT GUARANTEED.
Right to Cancel: You may return this Contract to our Home Office within 10 days
after its delivery for a refund. The amount of the refund will equal the
Contract Value with any adjustments required by applicable law or regulation.
For Genworth Life and Annuity Insurance Company,
/s/ Pamela S. Schutz /s/ Thomas E. Duffy
PAMELA S. SCHUTZ THOMAS E. DUFFY
GENWORTH LIFE AND ANNUITY
Flexible Purchase Payment Variable Deferred Annuity Contract
Nonparticipating Stock Company
[6610 West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia
Contract Data Pages
Contract Number: 
Owner: [The Annuitant]
[Joint Owner: Jane Doe]
Annuitant: [John Doe]
[Male]  Age [Last] Birthday
[Joint Annuitant: Jane Doe]
[Female 35 Age Last Birthday]
Contract Date: [December 1, 2004]
Annuity Commencement Date: [December 1, 2059]
Initial Purchase Payment: [$10,000.00]
[Enhanced Payment Percentage: 5%]
Minimum Additional Purchase Payment: [$500.00]
Minimum Withdrawal: [$1,000.00 with a
Contract Value after
the withdrawal of no
less than $5,000.00]
Minimum Contract Value allowed to remain
in an Investment Option after a
transfer from that Investment Option: [$100.00]
Premium Tax Rate: [0.00%]
Contract: [2.50% Annually]
[Enhanced Payment Rider: 1.00% Annually]
[Joint Annuitant: 1.00% Annually]
Total Asset Charge: [4.50% Annually
Annual Contract Charge: [$50.00 waived if
at the time the
charge is due]
Maximum Transfer Charge: [$50.00]
If you have a question, would like to obtain information about your Contract,
or if you need assistance resolving a complaint, please contact your sales
representative or call our Annuity Service Department toll free at
Contract Number: 
[Table of Surrender Charges]
[Years Since Purchase Payment Made] Percentage]
[less than 1 8%]
[1 but less than 2 8%]
[2 but less than 3 7%]
[3 but less than 4 6%]
[4 but less than 5 5%]
[5 but less than 6 4%]
[6 but less than 7 3%]
[7 but less than 8 2%]
[8 or more 0%]
[Free Withdrawal Amount: Each Contract Year, you may withdraw up to 10% of the
total Purchase Payments made through the date of the withdrawal plus any gain
without being assessed a surrender charge. The free withdrawal amount not
withdrawn is not cumulative from Contract year to Contract year.
Gain is calculated as (a) plus (b) minus (c) minus (d) but not less than zero,
(a) is the Contract Value on the date we receive your withdrawal or
(b) is the total of any withdrawals including surrender charges previously
(c) is the total of Purchase Payments made; and
(d) is the total of any gain previously withdrawn.]
Minimum Guaranteed Interest Rate: 1.50% for 7 Contract years, 3.00% for 8th
Contract year, redetermination on 8th
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Contract Data Pages.................................. 2
General Provisions................................... 6
Owner, Annuitant, Beneficiary and Payee.............. 8
Purchase Payments.................................... 9
Separate Account..................................... 10
Contract Value Benefits.............................. 14
Death Provisions..................................... 16
Monthly Income Benefit............................... 18
Optional Payment Plans............................... 20
Copies of any riders and endorsements follow page 22.
Accumulation Unit - A unit of measure used in calculating the Contract Value in
each Subaccount prior to the Annuity Commencement Date.
Annuitant / Joint Annuitant - The person(s) whose age and, where appropriate,
gender are used in determining the amount of Income Payments. A Death Benefit
is payable on the death of any Annuitant prior to the Annuity Commencement Date.
Annuity Commencement Date - The date stated on the Contract Data Pages, unless
changed after issue, on which Income Payments are scheduled to begin, if the
Annuitant(s) is living on that date.
Annuity Commencement Value - The Contract Value on the day immediately
preceding the Annuity Commencement Date.
Annuity Unit - A unit of measure used to calculate Variable Income Payments.
Assumed Interest Rate - The interest rate used in calculating the Variable
Income Payment amounts.
Beneficiary - The person(s) or entity you name to receive death proceeds. This
person(s) or entity will not receive the death proceeds if there is any Owner
alive or in existence on the date of death.
Company - Genworth Life and Annuity Insurance Company (also referred to as:
"we", "us" or "our").
Contingent Beneficiary - The person(s) or entity you name to receive death
proceeds if no Beneficiary is living. This person(s) or entity will not receive
the death proceeds if there is any Owner alive or in existence on the date of
Contract - This flexible purchase payment variable deferred annuity contract
with any attached riders and endorsements.
Contract Date - The date the Contract is issued and becomes effective. The
Contract Date is shown on the Contract Data Pages. It is used to determine
Contract years and anniversaries.
Contract Value - The amount equal to the sum of all values allocated to each
Death Benefit - The benefit provided under the Contract on the death of any
Annuitant prior to the Annuity Commencement Date.
Fixed Income Payments - Income Payments that are supported by the General
Account and which do not vary in amount based on the investment experience of
the Separate Account.
Fund - Any open-end management investment company or unit investment trust in
which the Separate Account invests.
General Account - Assets of the Company other than those allocated to the
Separate Account or any other separate account of the Company.
Home Office - Our offices at [6610 West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia
Income Payment - One of a series of payments made under either the monthly
income benefit or one of the Optional Payment Plans.
Investment Options - The Subaccounts that invest in available Portfolios [and
any Guarantee Account provided by endorsement]. The available Portfolios are
shown in the current prospectus for the Contract.
Optional Payment Plan - A plan whereby any part of death proceeds or Surrender
Value can remain invested with us to provide Income Payments to a Payee.
Owner / Joint Owner - The person(s) or entity, named on the Contract Data
Pages, entitled to exercise the ownership rights stated in the Contract. "You"
or "your" refers to the Owner or Joint Owner.
Payee - Person or entity who receives Income Payments.
Portfolio - A series of a Fund, the assets of which are separate from other
Portfolios that may be available in the Fund. Each Portfolio has its own
Proof of Death - Documents that must be received at our Home Office before we
pay death proceeds. See Death Provisions section for a list of documents.
Purchase Payment - A payment received by us and applied to this Contract. All
payments must be received in United States dollars. When used in connection
with this Contract, the term "Purchase Payment" means the same as the term
Separate Account - Our segregated asset account, [Genworth Life & Annuity
Separate Account 4].
Settlement Age - The Annuitant(s)'s age as of his or her last birthday on the
date Income Payments begin, minus an age adjustment from the Maximum Age
Adjustment Table. A Settlement Age is determined for each Annuitant.
Subaccount - A Subaccount of the Separate Account, the assets of which are
invested exclusively in a corresponding Portfolio.
Surrender Value - The Contract Value on the date we receive your written
request for surrender in our Home Office less any premium tax and less any
applicable charges and fees stated on the Contract Data Pages.
Valuation Day - Each day on which the New York
Stock Exchange is open for
regular trading, except for days that the Subaccount's corresponding Portfolio
does not value its shares.
Valuation Period - The period that starts at the close of regular trading on
the New York
Stock Exchange on any Valuation Day and ends at the close of
regular trading on the next succeeding Valuation Day.
Variable Income Payments - Income Payments that vary in amount from one Income
Payment to the next based on the investment experience of one or more
Prior to the Annuity Commencement Date, you may assign your rights under the
Contract with our prior consent. An absolute assignment will change the Owner
to the assignee. This Contract may be assigned as collateral security for a
loan. Your rights and the rights of any Beneficiary may be affected by an
assignment. A collateral assignment is not a change of Owner or Beneficiary but
their rights will be subject to the terms of the assignment. A request for an
assignment must be in writing and sent to our Home Office. An assignment must
occur before the Annuity Commencement Date. Once our Home Office approves and
records the assignment, it will become effective as of the date the written
notice was signed.
We are not responsible for the validity or tax consequences of any assignment.
We are not liable to the assignee for any payment or settlement made under this
Contract before the assignment is recorded. Assignments will not be approved
and recorded until our Home Office receives sufficient direction from you and
the assignee regarding the proper allocation of Contract rights.
The entire Contract consists of this Contract with any attached riders and
endorsements. This Contract is a legal contract between you and us and no one
else. A sales representative cannot change this Contract. We may change the
Contract in order to maintain compliance with applicable state and federal law.
Any change to the Contract must be in writing and approved by us. Only an
authorized officer of the Company can provide approval.
Evidence of Death, Age, Gender, Marital Status or Survival
We will require Proof of Death, age, gender, marital status or survival and any
other required forms before we act on Contract provisions relating to the death
of any person(s), or those that are dependent upon age, gender, marital status
or survival. These items must be received in our Home Office in a form
satisfactory to us.
Income Tax Qualification
This Contract is intended to qualify for tax treatment under Section 72 of the
Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended (the "Code"). The Contract provisions
will be interpreted with this intent. We reserve the right to amend this
Contract as needed to maintain its tax status under the Code. We will send you
a copy of any amendment.
We will not contest this Contract after the Contract Date.
Misstatement of Age or Gender
If any person's age or gender is misstated, any Contract benefits or proceeds
will be determined using the correct age and gender. If any overpayments have
been made, future payments will be adjusted. Any underpayments will be paid in
This Contract is nonparticipating. It does not share in our profits or surplus.
No dividends are payable.
Premium tax rates and rules vary by state and may change. We reserve the right
to deduct any such tax either from your Purchase Payment when received or from
benefits when paid. Benefits include payments resulting from surrender,
withdrawal, Income Payments and death. The premium tax rate shown on the
Contract Data Pages is the rate that was in effect in your state on the
Protection of Proceeds
Proceeds under the Contract are not assignable by any Beneficiary prior to the
time they become payable. To the extent permitted by law, proceeds are not
subject to the claims of creditors or to legal process.
Statement of Values
At least annually, we will send you a Contract statement. The statement will
show the Contract Value, Purchase Payments made, number of Accumulation Units,
values of Accumulation Units, and Contract charges deducted during the
statement period. The statement will also show any other information required
All written notices, including Proof of Death, must be sent to our Home Office
in a form satisfactory to us. All notices must include your name and the
Contract number. We will not be responsible for any actions taken prior to our
receipt of a valid change request. We will send correspondence relating to your
Contract to your last known address.
OWNER, ANNUITANT, BENEFICIARY AND PAYEE
The Owner is the person or entity named who may surrender the Contract and
amend or modify the Contract with our consent. The Owner may exercise all other
rights and benefits granted under this Contract.
If the Owner is an individual, a Joint Owner may be named. The Joint Owner has
an undivided interest in the Contract with the same ownership rights as the
Owner. When the Joint Owner is not the Owner's spouse, consent must be obtained
from both Owners when exercising rights provided under this Contract. The Joint
Owner and the Owner share ownership equally with the right of survivorship. If
either the Owner or Joint Owner dies the decedent's interest will pass to the
survivor, subject to the Death Provisions.
Other forms of shared ownership are available if agreed upon by us.
An Annuitant must be named and may be a person other than the Owner. If the
Annuitant dies before the Annuity Commencement Date and the Owner and Annuitant
are different individuals, the Owner(s) will become the new Annuitant(s).
A Joint Annuitant may be named. If any Annuitant dies before the Annuity
Commencement Date and the surviving Owner is not a non-natural entity, the
selected payment option will change to a single Annuitant plan. If any
Annuitant dies before the Annuity Commencement Date and the Owner is a
non-natural entity, the selected payment option will end.
You can name one or more Beneficiaries or Contingent Beneficiaries in an
application or by sending a written notice to our Home Office.
Trust as Owner or Beneficiary
If a trust is named as an Owner or Beneficiary and subsequently exercises
ownership rights or claims benefits, we will have no obligation to verify that
a trust is in effect. We will have no obligation to verify that the trustee is
acting within the scope of his or her authority. Payment of any benefits to the
trustee or trust will release us from all obligations under the Contract to the
extent of the payment. When we make a payment, we will have no obligation to
ensure that such payment is applied according to the terms of the trust
Changing the Named Parties
An Annuitant may not be changed. All Owners must sign a request for a change in
ownership prior to the Annuity Commencement Date. Any change of ownership may
cause a taxable event. You may change the Beneficiary and Contingent
Beneficiary at any time prior to the Annuity Commencement Date, unless such
designations were irrevocable. If a Beneficiary designation is irrevocable,
such designation cannot be changed or revoked without such Beneficiary's
written consent. You may change the Payee.
You may change a named party by sending written notice in a form satisfactory
to us at our Home Office. Upon receipt and recording, the change will take
effect as of the date the written notice was signed, whether or not you are
living at the time of receipt. The change will take effect without further
liability as to any payment or settlement made by us before such change is
recorded at our Home Office.
Any new Owner approved by us is subject to the terms and conditions of the
Contract. Any new Owner must be acceptable to us.
Exercising any Ownership Rights
To exercise any ownership rights, you must send a written notice to our Home
Office in a form acceptable to us.
Initial Purchase Payment
The initial Purchase Payment is due on the Contract Date.
Additional Purchase Payments
Subject to our approval, you may make additional Purchase Payments at any time
before the Annuity Commencement Date. The minimum additional Purchase Payment
is shown on the Contract Data Pages.
Where to Send Purchase Payments
Send each Purchase Payment to our Home Office. Purchase Payments may be made
electronically or by check. All Purchase Payments must be payable to Genworth
Life and Annuity Insurance Company.
Allocation of Purchase Payments
You may allocate Purchase Payments to one or more Investment Options. You may
allocate your Contract Value to as many as  Subaccounts. Your allocations
must be in percentages totaling 100%. Each allocation percentage must be a
whole number and at least [1%]. Purchase Payments will be allocated according
to your instructions that we have on file at the time of allocation.
You may change the allocation of later Purchase Payments at any time, without
charge, by sending a notice to us at our Home Office. The notice must be in
writing or in any form acceptable to us. The allocation will apply to Purchase
Payments received after we receive the change.
The Separate Account supports the operation of this Contract and certain other
variable annuity contracts we may offer. We will not allocate assets to the
Separate Account to support the operation of any contracts that are not
We own the assets in the Separate Account. These assets are held separately
from our other assets and are not part of our General Account or our other
The Separate Account is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission
as a unit investment trust under the Investment Company Act of 1940. The
Separate Account is subject to Virginia
laws that regulate the operations of
insurance companies incorporated in Virginia
. The investment policies of the
Separate Account will not be changed without any required approval of the
Insulation of Assets
The Separate Account assets equal the reserves and other Contract liabilities
supported by the Separate Account. These assets will not be charged with
liabilities arising from any other business we conduct. We have the right to
transfer to our General Account any assets of the Separate Account, which are
in excess of such reserves and other Contract liabilities.
The Separate Account consists of those Subaccounts shown in the current
prospectus for the Contract. The Separate Account's income, gains and losses,
realized or unrealized, are credited to or charged against the Separate
Account, without regard to the income, gains or losses of our General Account
or of any other separate account. Each Subaccount's income, gains and losses,
realized or unrealized, are credited to or charged against such Subaccount,
without regard to income, gains or losses of any other Subaccount.
Each Subaccount invests exclusively in shares of a corresponding Portfolio.
Shares of a Portfolio are purchased and redeemed at their net asset value per
share. Any amounts of income, dividends and gains distributed from the shares
of a Portfolio are reinvested in additional shares of that Portfolio at its net
Changes to the Separate Account and Subaccounts
Unless prohibited by applicable law, we may:
. Create new separate accounts;
. Combine separate accounts, including the Separate Account;
. Transfer assets of the Separate Account to another separate account;
. Add new Subaccounts to or remove existing Subaccounts from the
Separate Account or combine Subaccounts;
. Make Subaccounts (including new Subaccounts) available to such
classes of contracts as we may determine;
. Add new Funds or Portfolios or remove existing Funds or Portfolios;
. Substitute new Portfolios for any existing Portfolio whose shares are
no longer available for investment;
. Substitute new Portfolios for any existing Portfolio which we
determine is no longer appropriate in light of the purposes of the
. Register or deregister the Separate Account under the Investment
Company Act of 1940; and
. Operate the Separate Account under the direction of a committee or in
any other form permitted by law.
In the event of any substitution or change, we may, by endorsement, make such
changes in this and other contracts as may be necessary or appropriate to
reflect the substitution or change.
Valuation of Separate Account Assets
We will value the assets of the Separate Account each Valuation Day at their
fair market value in accordance with accepted accounting practices and
applicable laws and regulations.
Purchase Payments allocated to a Subaccount are converted into Accumulation
Units. The number of Accumulation Units is determined by dividing the dollar
amount allocated to each Subaccount by the value of the Accumulation Unit for
that Subaccount for the Valuation Day on which the Purchase Payment is invested
in the Subaccount. Purchase Payments allocated to a Subaccount increase the
number of Accumulation Units of that Subaccount.
The events which will reduce the number of Accumulation Units of a Subaccount
are as follows:
(1) withdrawals or transfers of Contract Value;
(2) surrender of the Contract;
(3) payment of death proceeds;
(4) application of Contract Value to an Income Payment option; and
(5) deduction of applicable Contract charges.
Accumulation Units are canceled as of the end of the Valuation Period in which
we receive notice regarding the event.
Accumulation Unit Value
The initial Accumulation Unit value for each Subaccount was arbitrarily set by
us when the Subaccount began operations. Thereafter, the value of an
Accumulation Unit at the end of every Valuation Day is the value of the
Accumulation Unit at the end of the previous Valuation Day multiplied by the
net investment factor, as described below. On any day that is a Valuation Day,
the Contract Value in a Subaccount is determined by multiplying the number of
Accumulation Units in that Subaccount by the value of the Accumulation Unit for
The Accumulation Unit value may change from one Valuation Period to the next.
To the extent permitted by law, we may change when we calculate the
Accumulation Unit value. If we do, we will give you 30 days notice. This action
may be taken if an emergency exists that makes it impractical to value the
assets in the Separate Account. This action may also be taken if the Securities
and Exchange Commission permits such a change.
Net Investment Factor
The net investment factor is used to measure the investment performance of a
Subaccount. The net investment factor for any Subaccount for any Valuation
Period is determined by (a) divided by (b), minus (c), where:
(1) the value of the assets in the Subaccount at the end of the
preceding Valuation Period; plus
(2) the investment income and capital gains, realized or unrealized,
credited to those assets at the end of the Valuation Period for
which the net investment factor is being determined; minus
(3) the capital losses, realized or unrealized, charged against those
assets during the Valuation Period; minus
(4) any amount charged against the Separate Account for taxes. This
includes any amount we set aside during the Valuation Period as a
provision for taxes attributable to the operation or maintenance
of the Separate Account;
(b) is the value of the assets in the Subaccount at the end of the
preceding Valuation Period; and
(c) is a daily factor for the Valuation Period representing the asset
charge deducted from the Subaccount adjusted for the number of days in
the Valuation Period. The rates for this charge are shown on the
Contract Data Pages.
You may transfer amounts among the Investment Options by sending a request to
our Home Office. Transfer requests must be in writing or in any form acceptable
to us. Transfers will be effective as of the end of the Valuation Period during
which we receive your request at our Home Office. We may not accept or we may
defer transfers at any time that we are unable to purchase or redeem shares of
any Portfolio. We may terminate the transfer feature at any time.
A Subaccount transfer involves a simultaneous redemption of assets from the
current Subaccount and a purchase of assets of the new Subaccount. When we
perform Subaccount transfers, the Contract Value on the date of the transfer
will not be affected by the transfer. The number of Accumulation Units or
Annuity Units added to the new Subaccount is (a) multiplied by (b), divided by
(a) is the number of Accumulation Units or Annuity Units transferred out
of the current Subaccount;
(b) is the value of an Accumulation Unit or Annuity Unit of the current
(c) is the value of an Accumulation Unit or Annuity Unit of the new
If the amount of your Contract Value remaining in an Investment Option after
the transfer is less than the minimum balance stated on the Contract Data
Pages, we will transfer the remaining balance in addition to the amount
requested for transfer. We will not allow a transfer into any Investment Option
unless the value of that Investment Option after the transfer is at least equal
to the amount stated on the Contract Data Pages.
Requests for transactions received on a Valuation Day will be considered to be
received on that same Valuation Day or on the next Valuation Day, as determined
in accordance with the following procedures. For each Subaccount on each
Valuation Day, we process transaction orders for that Subaccount and submit the
order to the Portfolio in which the Subaccount invests. In accordance with
applicable Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, each Portfolio
establishes a cut-off time by which the Portfolio must receive an order for it
to receive the Portfolio's next-calculated net asset value per share. This time
is disclosed in each Portfolio's prospectus and may change from time to time.
We have established a cut-off time for each Subaccount by which we must have
received a transaction order for it to receive the next-calculated unit value
that is based on the next-calculated net asset value per share of the
corresponding Portfolio. We set the Subaccount's cut-off time far enough in
advance of the corresponding Portfolio's cut-off time to reasonably permit us
to process transaction orders and submit the orders to the Portfolio by its
cut-off times. There can be no assurance that we will be able to process orders
in time for the orders to receive the next-calculated unit value based on the
next-calculated net asset value per share of the corresponding Portfolio on
every Valuation Day. We may change our cut-off times periodically. All requests
for transactions that we receive for a Subaccount after the Subaccount's
cut-off time in effect for a Valuation Day will be considered to be received on
the next Valuation Day.
The Contract is not designed for individuals, advisers, professional market
timing organizations or other persons whose trading strategies are designed to
exploit inefficiencies in the pricing of the Portfolios in which the
Subaccounts invest. We reserve the right to reject any transfer requests
believed to be made for the purposes of market timing or, for any other
purpose, we, in our sole discretion, determine to be potentially detrimental to
other shareholders in a Portfolio. We also reserve the right, in our sole
discretion, to revoke, limit or otherwise modify the privilege to submit
transfer requests and/or prescribe the contents of any means by which any
transfer request is delivered/ transmitted to us.
We reserve the right to modify, suspend or terminate the transfer privilege for
any contract at any time for any reason. We also reserve the right to impose
restrictions on your ability to transfer Contract Value between or among
Subaccounts. The current prospectus, will disclose the details of such
restrictions. Such restrictions may include, but are not limited to, the
requirement of a minimum time period between each transfer or limiting the
dollar amount that can be transferred to and from the Subaccounts at any one
time. We reserve the right to refuse any transfer instructions that, in our
judgment and in our sole discretion, may be harmful to the Separate Account,
any Subaccount or underlying Portfolio, or to other contract owners.
Subject to our right to modify, suspend or terminate the transfer privilege,
you may transfer Contract Value between the Subaccounts. Transfers are subject
to the following:
(1) the transfer request must be by written request or another form
acceptable by us;
(2) the transfer is to a Subaccount or any other available Investment
Option provided by endorsement; and
(3) the deduction of any transfer fees that we may impose.
You may make  transfers per calendar year without charge. Each requested
transfer after the [12th] transfer may be assessed a transfer fee. The maximum
transfer fee is shown on the Contract Data Pages. A transfer fee, if imposed,
will be deducted from the Investment Option from which the transfer is made. If
a transfer is made from more than one Investment Option at the same time, the
transfer fee will be deducted pro-rata from the value in such Investment
We will notify you in writing of any action taken to restrict transfer
Portfolio Redemption Fees
A Portfolio may impose a redemption charge on Subaccount assets that are
redeemed from the Portfolio in connection with a transfer. The Portfolio
determines the amount of the redemption charge. The charge is retained by or
paid to the Portfolio. The charge is not retained by or paid to us. The
redemption charge may affect the number and/or value of Accumulation Units or
Annuity Units transferred out of the Subaccount that invests in that Portfolio
and may affect Contract Value.
CONTRACT VALUE BENEFITS
The Contract Value is the total value of all Investment Options under the
Contract. On the date the initial Purchase Payment is received by our Home
Office, the Contract Value equals the initial Purchase Payment.
Contract Value of the Separate Account
At the end of each Valuation Period after the Contract Date, the Contract Value
allocated to each Subaccount is (a) plus (b) plus (c) minus (d) minus (e) minus
(f) minus (g) minus (h), where:
(a) is the Contract Value allocated to the Subaccount at the end of the
preceding Valuation Period, multiplied by the Subaccount's net
investment factor for the current Valuation Period;
(b) is Purchase Payments allocated to the Subaccount during the current
(c) is any amount transferred into the Subaccount during the current
(d) is any amount transferred out of the Subaccount during the current
(e) is any Contract charges incurred during the current Valuation Period
and allocated to that Subaccount;
(f) is any withdrawal made from the Subaccount during the current
(g) is any premium tax deductions allocated to that Subaccount; and
(h) is Contract Value that has been applied to an Income Payment plan.
Annual Contract Charge
We may deduct a Contract charge as shown on the Contract Data Pages. The charge
will be deducted on each Contract anniversary or the date the Contract is
surrendered, if earlier. The charge will be deducted from the Subaccounts on a
prorata basis. The deduction will be treated as a withdrawal from the Contract
Value. We will waive this charge if the Contract Value at the time the charge
is due exceeds the minimum Contract Value shown on the Contract Data Pages.
An asset-based charge is deducted from each Subaccount. The charge is assessed
on a daily basis and reduces the value of Accumulation Units and Annuity Units.
This charge is equal, on an annual basis, to a percentage, shown on the
Contract Data Pages, of the average daily net assets of each Subaccount.
Joint Annuitant Charge
If a Joint Annuitant is shown on the Contract Data Pages, there will be a daily
asset charge for this benefit. This charge is added to the Contract's daily
asset charge and applied against all amounts in the Subaccounts. The charge is
shown on the Contract Data Pages. The charge will never exceed [1%] annually.
There will be no further charge if the Contract is changed to a single
Annuitant due to the death of an Annuitant.
You can surrender this Contract by sending the Contract and a written request
in a form satisfactory to us to our Home Office. Once Income Payments begin,
you may not surrender your Contract. The amount payable is the Surrender Value
as of the date we receive the request. You may elect to have the Surrender
Value paid in a single sum or under an Optional Payment Plan.
You may take a withdrawal from the Contract Value prior to the Annuity
Commencement Date. The allowable withdrawal amount is subject to limitations as
shown on the Contract Data Pages. The amount payable to you will be the amount
of the withdrawal, less any premium tax.
You may tell us how to deduct the withdrawal from the Investment Options. If
you do not, the withdrawal will be deducted from the Investment Options on a
prorata basis. A Portfolio may impose a redemption charge on Subaccount assets
that are redeemed from the Portfolio in connection with a withdrawal. The
Portfolio determines the amount of the redemption charge. The charge is
retained by or paid to the Portfolio. The charge is not retained by or paid to
us. The redemption charge may affect the number and/or value of Accumulation
Units withdrawn from the Subaccount that invests in that Portfolio and may
affect Contract Value.
Deferment of Payments
We will make payment within seven days from the date of withdrawal or
surrender. We will make payment of a lump sum claim settlement within seven
days from the receipt of Proof of Death. We may defer these payments when:
. the New York
Stock Exchange is closed other than customary weekend
and holiday closings; or
. the Securities and Exchange Commission restricts trading on the New
Stock Exchange; or
. the Securities and Exchange Commission permits postponement for the
protection of contract owners; or
. the Securities and Exchange Commission determines an emergency
exists. Due to the emergency, disposal of securities or the
determination of the values of net assets of the Separate Account is
not reasonably practical.
We have the right to defer payment that is derived from any amount recently
paid to us by check or draft. We will make payment when we are satisfied the
check or draft has been paid by the bank on which it is drawn.
Amount Payable When Death Occurs Before Annuity Commencement Date
Amount Payable upon the Death of an Owner or Joint Owner Who Is Not Also an
Annuitant: The amount payable is the Contract Value on the first Valuation Day
that we have received Proof of Death.
Death Benefit Provisions upon the Death of an Annuitant or Joint Annuitant: The
amount payable (the "Death Benefit") is the Contract Value on the first
Valuation Day that we have received Proof of Death.
When Distribution of Death Proceeds Is Required
The Distribution Rules stated below are intended to maintain the status of this
Contract as an annuity contract under federal income tax law. In certain
circumstances federal tax law provides distribution rules for the designated
beneficiary to follow instead of the Distribution Rules in the Contract. If the
designated beneficiary is not following alternate distribution rules, the
Distribution Rules will apply. Except as described below and in the
Distribution Rules provisions, a distribution is required at the first death of:
(1) any Owner; or
(2) any Annuitant if any Owner is a non-natural entity.
Proof of Death
Proof of Death documents are:
(1) a certified copy of a death certificate or certified copy of a decree
from a court of competent jurisdiction stating the finding of death;
(2) any required forms that contain information necessary to pay a
designated beneficiary(ies); and
(3) written payment instructions in a form acceptable to us.
Proof of Death will have been received on the first Valuation Day when we have
all of the applicable Proof of Death documents.
Designated Beneficiary When Death Occurs Before Annuity Commencement Date
At the first death of (a) or (b), where:
(a) is any Owner; and
(b) is any Annuitant if any Owner is a non-natural entity;
all members of the class first listed below having a member alive or in
existence on the date of that death is the designated beneficiary:
(1) Owner or Joint Owner;
(3) Contingent Beneficiary; or
(4) Owner's or Joint Owner's estate.
All surviving Owners will be the designated beneficiaries of this Contract,
without regard to any Beneficiary selections made by you.
Unless you request otherwise, any proceeds will be paid in equal shares to one
or more designated beneficiaries who survive the deceased person. The
distribution rules will be applied as if each designated beneficiary's portion
were a separate contract. If a designated beneficiary dies prior to filing a
death claim, death proceeds will be paid to that designated beneficiary's
estate. A designated beneficiary may choose one of the payment choices below,
subject to the distribution rules below.
How to File a Claim When Death Occurs Before Annuity Commencement Date
You should notify us immediately upon the death of an Owner or an Annuitant. We
have the right to request that all notifications of death be immediately
followed by written notice. Upon initial notice, no additional Purchase
Payments will be accepted. Upon initial notification, we will transfer all
assets in the Subaccounts to the Subaccount investing in the Money Market Fund.
Assets will remain in that Money Market Fund until Proof of Death and
instructions to change your investment allocations are received in a form
acceptable to us.
Distribution Rules When Death Occurs Before Annuity Commencement Date
If a designated beneficiary is the surviving spouse of the deceased Owner, the
surviving spouse may receive the proceeds under one of the payment choices
listed below, or instead may elect to continue his or her portion of the
Contract as the new Owner. For purposes of these Distribution Rules only,
marriage will be determined in accordance with federal law. Any previous
Beneficiary designation will continue unless changed by the new Owner. If the
deceased person was also an Annuitant, the surviving spouse will automatically
become the new sole Annuitant replacing any other surviving Annuitant. At the
death of the surviving spouse, this Contract continuation provision may not be
used again. The provision below entitled "If the designated beneficiary is not
the surviving spouse" must be used instead.
If the designated beneficiary is not the surviving spouse of the deceased
person, this Contract cannot be continued indefinitely. Instead, the proceeds
must be distributed under one of the payment choices listed below.
If no choice is made by a designated beneficiary within 60 days following
receipt of a certified death certificate, payments will default to payment
(1) Apply the proceeds to provide income under Optional Payment Plan 1.
The first Income Payment must be made no later than one year after the
date of death. The period certain must not exceed the designated
beneficiary's life expectancy as determined by the Internal Revenue
Service. The designated beneficiary becomes the Owner and Annuitant
under the Optional Payment Plan provisions.
(2) Receive the proceeds in one payment upon receipt of Proof of Death.
(3) Set the Contract Value to be equal to the death proceeds as of the
first Valuation Day that we have received Proof of Death. At any time
during the five-year period following the date of death, a partial or
full distribution may be taken from the Contract. The Contract Value
as of the date of the distribution request will be the amount payable.
We will pay in one payment any Contract Value remaining at the earlier
of the end of the five-year period or at the death of the designated
Distribution Rules When Death Occurs On Or After Annuity Commencement Date
If any Owner or Annuitant dies on or after the Annuity Commencement Date,
payments will be made as stated in the Monthly Income Benefit section. These
payments will be distributed at least as rapidly as under the method of
distribution being used as of the date of death.
MONTHLY INCOME BENEFIT
We will pay you, unless another Payee is designated, a Variable Income Payment
for a guaranteed minimum period beginning on the Annuity Commencement Date.
Other plans may be available upon request.
For a single Annuitant, payments will be made automatically under a Life Income
with 10 Year Period Certain plan. Other plans may be available upon request.
Under this plan, if the Annuitant lives longer than 10 years, payments will
continue for his or her life. If the Annuitant dies before the end of 10 years,
the remaining payments for the 10-year period will continue to you or to
another Payee you have designated.
For Joint Annuitants, payments will be made automatically under a Joint Life
and Survivor Income with 10 Year Period Certain plan. Other plans may be
available upon request. On the death of the first Annuitant, the monthly income
benefit will continue to be made for as long as the survivor lives. If both
Annuitants die before the end of 10 years, the remaining payments for the
10-year period will continue to you or to another Payee you have designated.
On the Annuity Commencement Date, you may elect to receive the Surrender Value
in a lump sum instead of receiving a monthly income. If we pay the Surrender
Value in one payment, we will have no further obligation under the Contract.
How Monthly Income is Determined
Initial Monthly Income Payments: The initial Income Payment under the automatic
monthly payment plan is (a) multiplied by (b) divided by (c), where:
(a) is the monthly payment rate per $1,000, shown under the Optional
Payment Plans for Life Income with 10 Year Period Certain, using the
gender(s) of the Annuitant(s) and Settlement Age(s) of the
Annuitant(s) on the Annuity Commencement Date;
(b) is the Annuity Commencement Value; and
(c) is $1,000.
For purposes of this section, monthly payment rates are based on the [Annuity
2000 Mortality Table], using an Assumed Interest Rate of [3%].
Income Payments will be made monthly unless quarterly, semi-annual or annual
payments are chosen by written notice. If any payment made more frequently than
annually is less than $100, we reserve the right to reduce the frequency of
payments to an interval that would result in each payment being at least $100.
If the annual payment would be less than $100, we will pay the Annuity
Commencement Value and the Contract will terminate on the Annuity Commencement
Subsequent Monthly Income Payments: Subsequent payments are determined by means
of Annuity Units. The amount may be greater or less than the initial payment.
The number of Annuity Units will be determined on the Annuity Commencement
Date. The number will not change unless a transfer is made. The number of
Annuity Units for a Subaccount is (a) divided by (b), where:
(a) is the portion of the first payment from that Subaccount; and
(b) is the Annuity Unit value for that Subaccount on the day the first
payment is due.
Each subsequent payment is equal to the sum of payments for each Subaccount.
The payment for a Subaccount is the number of Annuity Units for that Subaccount
multiplied by the Annuity Unit value for that Subaccount on the monthly
anniversary of the Annuity Commencement Date.
We guarantee that each subsequent payment will not be affected by variations in
mortality experience from the mortality assumptions on which the first payment
Determination of Annuity Unit Value: The Annuity Unit value of each Subaccount
for any Valuation Period is equal to the Annuity Unit value for that Subaccount
for the preceding Valuation Period multiplied by the product of (a) and (b),
(a) is the net investment factor for the Valuation Period for which the
Annuity Unit value is being calculated; and
(b) is an Assumed Interest Rate factor equal to [.99991902] raised to a
power equal to the number of days in the Valuation Period.
The Assumed Interest Rate factor in (b) is the daily equivalent of dividing
(i) one by (ii) one plus the Assumed Interest Rate of [3%]. If a plan with a
different Assumed Interest Rate is used to determine the initial payment, a
different Assumed Interest Rate factor will be used to determine subsequent
Annuity Commencement Date
The Annuity Commencement Date is provided on the Contract Data Pages, unless
changed after issue. You may change the Annuity Commencement Date to any date
at least [13 months after the Contract Date]. The Annuity Commencement Date
cannot be a date later than the Contract anniversary on which the Annuitant, or
younger of the Annuitants, reaches age 90 unless we approve a later date. To
make a change, send us written notice before the Annuity Commencement Date then
in effect. If you change the Annuity Commencement Date, Annuity Commencement
Date will then mean the new Annuity Commencement Date you selected.
OPTIONAL PAYMENT PLANS
Death proceeds or Surrender Value may be paid in one payment. Subject to the
rules stated below, any part of the death proceeds or Surrender Value (other
than Annuity Commencement Value) can be left with us and paid under an Optional
Payment Plan. If you choose to do so, the proceeds less any premium tax will be
applied to calculate the Income Payment. Upon your death, if you have not
chosen a plan for the payment of the death proceeds, the designated beneficiary
may choose a plan.
The following Optional Payment Plan rules apply:
. Our consent must be obtained if any Payee is not a natural person.
. Death proceeds must conform to the rules in the Death Provisions
. If you change a Beneficiary, your plan selection will no longer be in
effect unless you request that it continue.
. We must receive written notice in our Home Office of any choice or
change of plan.
. The amount of each payment must be at least $100.
. Fixed Income Payments will begin on the Annuity Commencement Date or
on a date selected by the designated beneficiary.
. Variable Income Payments will begin within seven days after the date
payments would begin under the corresponding fixed option.
Fixed Income Options
Optional Payment Plans 1 and 2 are available as fixed income options. Any
amount left with us under a fixed income option will be transferred to our
General Account. Payments made will equal or exceed those required by the state
where this Contract is delivered.
Variable Income Options
Optional Payment Plans 1 and 2 are available as variable income options. This
means that Income Payments after the first will reflect the investment
experience of the Subaccounts. No minimum amount is guaranteed.
The fixed income options are shown below. The monthly payment rate is based on
the [Annuity 2000 Mortality Table], using an Assumed Interest Rate of [3%].
Variable income options, with an Assumed Interest Rate of [3%], have the same
initial monthly payment rate per $1000 as the fixed income options shown below.
The calculation of subsequent Variable Income Payments is described in the
Monthly Income Benefit section. Other plans may be available upon request.
Plan 1. Life Income with Period Certain: We will make Income Payments for a
guaranteed minimum period to a Payee. If the Annuitant lives longer than the
minimum period, payments will continue for his or her life. The minimum period
can be 10, 15 or 20 years. Payments are determined according to the table
below. If the Annuitant dies before the end of the minimum period, the
remaining payments for the minimum period will continue to the Payee.
Plan 1 Table
Monthly payment rates for each $1,000 of proceeds under Plan 1.
Settlement 10 Years 15 Years 20 Years 10 Years 15 Years 20 Years
Age Certain Certain Certain Certain Certain Certain
---------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- --------
35 3.36 3.35 3.34 3.23 3.23 3.22
40 3.55 3.54 3.52 3.39 3.38 3.37
45 3.79 3.76 3.73 3.59 3.58 3.56
50 4.08 4.04 3.98 3.84 3.82 3.78
51 4.15 4.10 4.03 3.90 3.87 3.84
52 4.22 4.17 4.09 3.96 3.93 3.89
53 4.29 4.23 4.15 4.02 3.99 3.94
54 4.37 4.30 4.21 4.09 4.06 4.00
55 4.45 4.38 4.27 4.16 4.12 4.06
56 4.54 4.46 4.33 4.24 4.19 4.12
57 4.63 4.54 4.39 4.32 4.27 4.19
58 4.73 4.62 4.46 4.40 4.34 4.25
59 4.83 4.70 4.52 4.49 4.42 4.32
60 4.93 4.79 4.59 4.58 4.51 4.39
61 5.05 4.88 4.66 4.68 4.59 4.46
62 5.16 4.98 4.72 4.79 4.68 4.53
63 5.29 5.08 4.79 4.90 4.78 4.60
64 5.42 5.17 4.85 5.01 4.88 4.67
65 5.55 5.27 4.91 5.14 4.98 4.75
66 5.69 5.38 4.97 5.26 5.08 4.82
67 5.84 5.48 5.03 5.40 5.19 4.89
68 5.99 5.58 5.09 5.55 5.30 4.95
69 6.15 5.68 5.14 5.70 5.41 5.02
70 6.31 5.78 5.19 5.86 5.53 5.08
71 6.47 5.88 5.23 6.02 5.64 5.14
72 6.64 5.97 5.27 6.20 5.75 5.19
73 6.81 6.07 5.31 6.38 5.86 5.24
74 6.99 6.15 5.34 6.57 5.97 5.29
75 7.16 6.24 5.37 6.76 6.08 5.33
76 7.34 6.32 5.40 6.96 6.17 5.36
77 7.52 6.39 5.42 7.16 6.27 5.39
78 7.69 6.46 5.44 7.36 6.35 5.42
79 7.86 6.52 5.46 7.56 6.43 5.44
80 8.03 6.57 5.47 7.76 6.50 5.45
81 8.19 6.62 5.48 7.95 6.56 5.47
82 8.34 6.67 5.49 8.13 6.62 5.48
83 8.48 6.70 5.50 8.31 6.67 5.49
84 8.62 6.74 5.50 8.47 6.71 5.50
85 8.75 6.76 5.50 8.62 6.74 5.50
Values for ages not shown will be furnished upon request.
Plan 2 Joint Life and Survivor Income with 10 Year Period Certain: We will make
monthly payments for a guaranteed minimum period of 10 years to a Payee. Each
Annuitant's Settlement Age must be at least 35 when payments begin. Payments
will continue as long as either Annuitant is living. If both Annuitants die
before the end of 10 years, the remaining payments for the 10-year period will
continue to the Payee.
Plan 2 Table
Monthly payment rates for each $1,000 of proceeds under Plan 2.
Female Settlement Age
Male Settlement Age 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85
------------------- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
35 3.07 3.13 3.19 3.24 3.28 3.33 3.39 3.49 3.64 3.85 4.16
40 3.11 3.19 3.27 3.34 3.40 3.46 3.52 3.60 3.73 3.93 4.22
45 3.15 3.25 3.35 3.45 3.54 3.61 3.68 3.76 3.87 4.04 4.31
50 3.17 3.29 3.42 3.55 3.67 3.79 3.89 3.98 4.08 4.22 4.45
55 3.20 3.32 3.47 3.63 3.80 3.97 4.12 4.25 4.36 4.48 4.68
60 3.24 3.36 3.51 3.70 3.91 4.14 4.36 4.56 4.72 4.86 5.02
65 3.31 3.41 3.56 3.76 4.00 4.29 4.59 4.89 5.15 5.35 5.52
70 3.42 3.50 3.62 3.81 4.07 4.40 4.78 5.20 5.60 5.92 6.15
75 3.58 3.63 3.73 3.90 4.14 4.49 4.93 5.46 6.01 6.50 6.85
80 3.80 3.84 3.92 4.05 4.25 4.58 5.05 5.65 6.34 7.01 7.53
85 4.12 4.15 4.21 4.30 4.46 4.73 5.16 5.78 6.57 7.39 8.05
Values for ages not shown, for two males or two females will be furnished upon
Maximum Age Adjustment Table
The actual age adjustment may be less than the number shown.
Year Income Payments Begin
-------------------------- Maximum Age
After Prior To Adjustment
----- -------- -----------
2000 2026 5
2025 2051 10
2050 -- 15
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