Current Income

Last Updated: May 12, 2018

Definition - What does Current Income mean?

Current income investment portfolios are designed to provide a steady flow of cash from securities, such as dividends, interests, and annuities. Since they emphasize regularity over profitability, they tend not to be high-yielding but low risk.

Insuranceopedia explains Current Income

Current income portfolios are reliable sources of income for retirees. With steady yields, they ensure a consistent cash flow that is not disturbed by market fluctuations.

Most of the money derived from current income portfolios come from conservative financial instruments, such as blue chips and annuities.

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