SUMMARY PROSPECTUS FOR NEW INVESTORS
May 1, 2024
New York Life Premier Variable Annuity- FP Series
From
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITY CORPORATION
Issued through
NYLIAC Variable Annuity Separate Account-III
NYLIAC Variable Annuity Separate Account-IV
This summary prospectus summarizes key features of the New York Life Premier Variable Annuity- FP Series policy.
Before you invest, you should review the prospectus for the New York Life Premier Variable Annuity- FP Series policies, which contains more information about the policy’s features, benefits, and risks. You can find this document and other information about the contract online at https://dfinview.com/NewYorkLife/TAHD/premier-fpseries. You can also obtain this information at no cost by calling our New York Life Annuities Service Center at 1-800-762-6212 or by sending an email request with your name and mailing address to PremierFPProspectus@newyorklife.com.
You can sign up for electronic delivery of your summary prospectus, updates to the summary prospectus or other communications by logging into your account at www.newyorklifeannuities.com. If you sign up for electronic delivery, we will apply a one-time $30 e-delivery credit to your Accumulation Value in accordance with your allocation instructions in the Policy Year in which you register.
You may cancel your policy within 10 days of delivery of the policy without paying fees or penalties. In some states, this cancellation period may be longer. Upon cancellation, you will receive either (i) a full refund of the amount you paid with your application, or (ii) your policy value (Accumulation Value), less any e-delivery credit. You should review the prospectus, or consult with your registered representative, for additional information about the specific cancellation terms that apply.
Additional information about certain investment products, including variable annuities, has been prepared by the Securities and Exchange Commission’s staff and is available at www.Investor.gov.

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Definitions
Accumulation UnitAn accounting unit we use to calculate the Variable Accumulation Value prior to the Annuity Commencement Date. Each Investment Division of the Separate Account has a distinct variable Accumulation Unit value.
Accumulation ValueThe sum of the Variable Accumulation Value, the Fixed Account Accumulation Value (if applicable), and the DCA Advantage Account Accumulation Value of a policy.
ADBRAnnual Death Benefit Reset Rider.
ADBR Reset ValueOn the First Policy Anniversary, the ADBR Reset Value is the greater of (a) the Accumulation Value on the first Policy Anniversary or (b) the Return of Premium Death Benefit. The ADBR Reset Value on the second and each subsequent Reset Anniversary is defined as the greater of (a) the Accumulation Value on the current Reset Anniversary or (b) the Reset Value on the prior Reset Anniversary, plus any premium payments applied since the prior Reset Anniversary, less any ADBR Reset Value Proportional Reductions since the prior Reset Anniversary.
ADBR Reset Value Proportional WithdrawalAn amount equal to the amount withdrawn from the policy after the first policy anniversary (including applicable surrender charges), divided by the policy’s Accumulation Value immediately preceding the withdrawal, multiplied by the ADBR Reset Value immediately preceding the withdrawal.
Adjusted Premium PaymentThe total dollar amount of premium payments made under the policy and allocated to the Investment Divisions of the Separate Account and DCA Advantage Account reduced by any withdrawals and applicable surrender charges in excess of any gain in the policy.
Allocation OptionsThe Investment Divisions of the Separate Account, any available Asset Allocation Model, the DCA Advantage Account and the Fixed Account.
AnnuitantThe person or persons named on the Policy Data Page and whose life or lives determine the Income Payments.
Annuity Commencement DateThe date on which we are to make the first Income Payment under the policy, which cannot be later than the date you attain age 115.
Base Contract ChargeMortality and Expense Risk and Administrative Costs Charge (M&E Charge).
Business DayGenerally, any day on which the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is open for trading. Our Business Day ends at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time or the close of regular trading of the NYSE, if earlier.
ConsiderationA premium payment, or a portion thereof and/or, if allowable, a transfer amount from an Investment Division to the Fixed Account.
Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) Advantage Account Accumulation ValueThe sum of premium payments allocated to the DCA Advantage Account, plus interest credited on those premium payments, less any transfers and partial withdrawals from the DCA Advantage Account, and less any surrender charges, policy service charges and rider charges deducted from the DCA Advantage Account. The DCA Advantage Account Accumulation Value will never be less than the DCA Advantage Account portion of the Nonforfeiture Value.
Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) Advantage AccountAn Allocation Option that permits dollar cost averaging over a six-month period and pays interest on amounts remaining in the account. Amounts are transferred from the DCA Advantage Account to the Investment Division(s) you choose proportionally on a monthly basis. We credit the DCA Advantage Account with a fixed interest rate. The benefits payable under the DCA Advantage Account (including principal and interest) are payable from NYLIAC’s general account and are subject to the claims-paying ability of NYLIAC.
Fixed AccountAn account that is credited with a fixed interest rate which NYLIAC declares and is not part of the Separate Account. The benefits payable under the Fixed Account (including principal and interest) are payable from NYLIAC’s general account and are subject to the claims-paying ability of NYLIAC.
Fixed Account Accumulation ValueThe sum of premium payments and, if allowable, transfers allocated to the Fixed Account, plus interest credited on those premium payments and, if allowable, transfers, less any transfers and
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partial withdrawals from the Fixed Account, and less any surrender charges, policy service charges and rider charges assessed on and deducted from the Fixed Account. The Fixed Account Accumulation Value will never be less than the Fixed Account portion of the Nonforfeiture Value.
Good OrderGood Order is the standard that we apply when we determine whether an instruction is satisfactory. An instruction will be considered in Good Order if it complies with our administrative procedures and is sufficiently complete and clear that we do not need to exercise any discretion to follow such instruction or complete the transaction and that it complies with all relevant laws and regulations We may delay or reject a request if it is not in Good Order. Good Order means the actual receipt by us of instructions relating to the requested transaction in writing or by other means we then permit (such as by telephone or electronic transmission), along with all forms and other information or documentation necessary to complete the request.
Holding PeriodA pre-determined Holding Period you select at the time of application for an Investment Preservation Rider - FP Series. Holding Periods available for new purchases may change from time to time.
Holding Period End DateThe Policy Anniversary corresponding to the end of the Holding Period selected and measured from either (a) the Rider Effective Date or (b) the Rider Reset Effective Date, whichever is later.
Income PaymentsPeriodic payments NYLIAC makes after the Annuity Commencement Date.
Investment DivisionThe variable investment options available under the policy. Each Investment Division invests exclusively in shares of a specified Portfolio.
IPRInvestment Preservation Rider - FP Series.
IPR Death BenefitThe death benefit available with IPR – FP Series.
IPR Guaranteed AmountThe IPR Guaranteed Amount will equal the IPR Guarantee Percentage of the sum of all premium payments made in the first Policy Year, minus all IPR Guaranteed Amount Proportional Reductions made during the rider Holding Period.
IPR Guarantee PercentageThe percentage used to calculate the IPR Guaranteed Amount. This percentage is shown on your IPR rider data page.
IPR ResetChanging the guaranteed amount of the Investment Preservation Rider - FP Series to a new IPR Guaranteed Amount. After reset, the new IPR Guaranteed Amount will be equal to the IPR Guarantee Percentage of your Accumulation Value on the Policy Anniversary following your request, less any applicable reductions.
Life Income—Guaranteed Period Payment OptionThe default Income Payment option available under this policy. Monthly payments made under this option are made over the life of the Annuitant(s) with a guarantee of 10 years of payments, even if the Annuitant dies before the 10–year period has expired.
Non–Qualified PoliciesPolicies that are not available for use by individuals in connection with employee retirement plans intended to qualify for special federal income tax treatment under Sections 403(b), 408, and 408A of the Code. Non–Qualified Policies include policies issued for other retirement plans or arrangements, including plans qualifying under Section 401(a) of the Code.
Nonforfeiture RateThe rate used to calculate the Fixed Account and DCA Advantage Account Nonforfeiture Values. This rate, as shown on the Policy Data Page, is equal to the lesser of: a) 3.00%, and b) a rate that is not less than 1.00% and determined by using the six–month average of the five–year Constant Maturity Treasury Rate reported by the Federal Reserve for December through May (for period beginning July 1) and June through November (for period beginning January 1), rounded to the nearest .05%, minus 1.25%.
Nonforfeiture ValueThe Nonforfeiture Value is equal to 87.50% of the Consideration(s) allocated to the Fixed Account and/or to the DCA Advantage Account accumulated at the Nonforfeiture Rate since the Payment Date or transfer date, minus any amounts withdrawn or transferred from the Fixed Account and/or the DCA Advantage Account, with the remaining amount accumulated at the Nonforfeiture Rate since the date of withdrawal or transfer.
NYLIAC, we, our or usNew York Life Insurance and Annuity Corporation.
Owner (you, your)The individual(s) or entity(ies) designated as the Owner in the policy, or as subsequently changed after issue, who is entitled to exercise all rights under the policy.
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Payment DateThe Business Day on which we receive a premium payment at the address specified in this Prospectus to receive such payment.
Payment Year(s)With respect to any premium payment, the year(s) beginning on the date such premium payment is made to the policy.
Policy AnniversaryAn anniversary of the Policy Date shown on the Policy Data Page.
Policy Data PagePage 2 of the policy which contains the policy specifications.
Policy DateThe date from which we measure Policy Years, quarters, months, and Policy Anniversaries. It is shown on the Policy Data Page.
Policy YearA year starting on the Policy Date. Subsequent Policy Years begin on each Policy Anniversary, unless otherwise indicated.
PortfoliosThe mutual fund portfolios in which the corresponding Investment Divisions invest.
Qualified PoliciesPolicies for use by individuals under employee retirement plans that are intended to qualify for special federal income tax treatment under Sections 408, and 408A of the Code. Qualified Policies do not include policies issued for any other retirement plans or arrangements, including plans qualifying under Section 401(a) of the Code.
Return of Premium Death BenefitThe total dollar amount of premium payments made under this Policy reduced by any Return of Premium Death Benefit Proportional Withdrawals.
Return of Premium Death Benefit Proportional WithdrawalAn amount equal to the amount withdrawn from this Policy (including any amount withdrawn that may include surrender charges), divided by this Policy’s Accumulation Value immediately preceding the withdrawal, multiplied by the Return of Premium Death Benefit immediately preceding the withdrawal.
Separate AccountNYLIAC Variable Annuity Separate Account–III or NYLIAC Variable Annuity Separate Account–IV, each a segregated asset account we established to receive and invest premium payments paid under the policies. The Separate Account’s Investment Divisions, in turn, purchase shares of Portfolios.
Standard Death BenefitThe death benefit that comes standard under the base policy. For policy owners who are age 80 or younger when the policy is issued, the Standard Death Benefit guarantees that your beneficiaries will receive the greater of: (i) your Accumulation Value; (ii) the Return of Premium Death Benefit; or (iii) for policies applied for 5/1/2020 and after, the Step–up Death Benefit. For policy owners age 81 to 85 when the policy is issued, the Standard Death Benefit guarantees that your beneficiaries will receive the greater of: (i) your Accumulation Value; or (ii) the Return of Premium Death Benefit.
Step–up Death Benefitthe Accumulation Value as of the Policy Anniversary immediately following the expiration of the Surrender Charge Period for the first premium payment, plus any other premium payments made since that Policy Anniversary, reduced proportionally by any amounts withdrawn from the policy since that Policy Anniversary.
Surrender Charge Free AmountYou may withdraw a certain amount from your policy each Policy Year without having to pay a surrender charge on that amount. We call this the Surrender Charge Free Amount. The maximum amount you may withdraw without a surrender charge in any given Policy Year is the greatest of either (i) 10% of your Accumulation Value as of your last Policy Anniversary (10% of your premium payments if the withdrawal is made in the first Policy Year), less any prior surrender charge free withdrawals you have already taken in that Policy Year; (ii) 10% of your Accumulation Value at the time of the withdrawal, less any prior surrender charge free withdrawals you have already taken in that Policy Year; or (iii) your Accumulation Value less your accumulated premium payments.
Surrender Charge PeriodThe period of time during which a partial withdrawal or surrender could be subject to a surrender charge. Each premium payment you make will have its own Surrender Charge Period applicable to that payment.
Variable Accumulation ValueThe sum of the current Accumulation Unit value(s) for each of the Investment Divisions multiplied by the number of Accumulation Units held in the respective Investment Division.
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Important Information You Should Consider About The Policy
 
FEES AND EXPENSES
LOCATION IN
PROSPECTUS
Charges for Early
Withdrawal
If you withdraw more than the Surrender Charge Free Amount within 7
years following your last premium payment, you will be assessed a
surrender charge. The maximum surrender charge is 8% of the amount
withdrawn during the first Payment Year declining to 0% over that
seven-year period. For example, if you make an early withdrawal within
the first Payment Year, you could pay a surrender charge of up to
$8,000 on a $100,000 investment.
CHARGES AND
DEDUCTIONS –
Transaction
Expenses –
Surrender Charges
Transaction
Charges
We reserve the right to assess a transaction charge if you transfer cash
value between investment options more than 12 times a year, or if a
premium payment is returned for insufficient funds. Although we do not
currently charge for such transactions, we reserve the right to charge
up to $30 per transaction.
CHARGES AND
DEDUCTIONS –
Transaction
Expenses
Ongoing Fees
and Expenses
(annual charges)
The table below describes the fees and expenses that you may pay
each year, depending on the options you choose. Please refer to your
Policy Data Page for information about the specific fees you will pay
each year based on the options you have elected.
CHARGES AND
DEDUCTIONS –
Annual Policy
Expenses; Annual
Portfolio Expenses;
Optional Benefit
Expenses
 
ANNUAL FEE
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
 
Base contract1
1.00%
1.30%
CHARGES AND
DEDUCTIONS –
Annual Policy
Expenses
 
Investment options (Portfolio fees
and expenses)2
0.38%
1.42%
CHARGES AND
DEDUCTIONS –
Annual Portfolio
Expenses
 
Optional benefits available for an
additional charge (for a single
optional benefit, if elected)3
0.25%
1.10%
CHARGES AND
DEDUCTIONS –
Optional Benefit
Expenses
 
1 As a percentage of Accumulation Value (Minimum Base Contract
Charge) and as a percentage of Adjusted Premium Payments
(Maximum Base Contract Charge).
2 As a percentage of average net Portfolio assets. The range in fees
and expenses is for the year ended December 31, 2023 and will
change from year to year.
3 The minimum fee reflects the current charge for the Annual Death
Benefit Rider, as an annualized percentage of the amount guaranteed
under the rider. The maximum fee reflects the current charge for the
Investment Preservation Rider - FP Series (7-year holding period), as
an annualized percentage of the amount that is guaranteed under the
rider.
 
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Because your policy is customizable, the choices you make affect how
much you will pay. To help you understand the cost of owning your
policy, the following table shows the lowest and highest cost you could
pay each year, based on current charges. This estimate assumes that
you do not take withdrawals from the policy, which could add
surrender charges that substantially increase costs.
 
 
LOWEST ANNUAL COST:
$1,420.17
HIGHEST ANNUAL COST
$3,175.40
 
 
Assumes:
Investment of $100,000
5% annual appreciation
Least expensive combination of
Base Contract Charges and
Portfolio fees and expenses
No optional benefits
No sales charges
No additional purchase
payments, transfers or
withdrawals
Assumes:
Investment of $100,000
5% annual appreciation
Most expensive combination of
Base Contract Charges,
optional benefits, and Portfolio
fees and expenses
No sales charges
No additional purchase
payments, transfers or
withdrawals
 
 
RISKS
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Prospectus
Risk of Loss
You can lose money by investing in this policy.
PRINCIPAL RISKS
Not a Short-Term
Investment
This policy is not designed for short-term investing and is not
appropriate for an investor who readily needs access to cash.
Surrender charges apply for up to 7 years following your last premium
payment. They will reduce the value of your policy if you withdraw
money during that time. The benefits of tax deferral and living benefit
protections also mean the policy is more beneficial to investors with a
long time horizon. If you elect the IPR - FP Series, you will not receive
a benefit under the rider unless you hold the policy for at least the
specified Holding Period applicable to the rider.
PRINCIPAL RISKS
Risks Associated
with Investment
Options
An investment in this policy is subject to the risk of poor investment
performance and can vary depending on the performance of the
variable investment options (e.g., Portfolios) and guaranteed options
(e.g., the Fixed Account and DCA Advantage Account) you choose.
Each investment option has its own unique risks.
You should review the prospectuses for the available Portfolios before
making an investment decision.
PRINCIPAL RISKS
Insurance
Company
Risks
An investment in the policy is subject to the risks related to NYLIAC,
including that any obligations, guarantees, and benefits of the policy
are subject to the claims-paying ability of NYLIAC. If NYLIAC
experiences financial distress, it may not be able to meet its obligations
to you. More information about NYLIAC is available upon request from
NYLIAC by calling the New York Life Annuities Service Center at
800-762-6212.
PRINCIPAL RISKS
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RESTRICTIONS
Location in
Prospectus
Investments
We limit the number of Investment Divisions you may choose. You
may allocate premium payments to up to 18 separate Investment
Divisions, some of which may not be available under your policy.
We reserve the right to charge $30 for each transfer when you
transfer money between Investment Divisions in excess of 12 times in
a Policy Year.
We reserve the right to limit transfers in circumstances of frequent
transfers or to prevent market timing.
We reserve the right to remove, close or substitute Portfolios as
investment options that are available under the policy.
THE
POLICIES—Policy
Application and
Premium Payments,
Transfers, and
Limits on Transfers
NYLIAC AND THE
SEPARATE
ACCOUNTS—
Additions,
Deletions, or
Substitutions of
Investments
Optional Benefits
Certain optional benefits limit or restrict the investment options you
may select under the policy. We may change these restrictions in the
future.
Certain optional benefits may limit withdrawals or other rights under
the policy.
Under certain benefits, a withdrawal could reduce the value of a
benefit by more than the dollar amount of the withdrawal.
You are required to have a minimum Accumulation Value for some
optional benefits.
We may modify or discontinue an optional benefit at any time
Some optional benefits cannot be cancelled without surrendering
your policy.
The amount of the death benefit available under certain optional
benefits may vary depending on the date of death. Certain optional
benefits may offer a lesser death benefit at issue and require that the
policy be held for a minimum waiting period before the greater death
benefit will be payable. If you die before the end of the minimum
waiting period, the death benefit will be less than the greater death
benefit available after the minimum waiting period. Additionally, where
there is a reset of certain optional benefit riders, a new minimum
waiting period will be required before the greater death benefit will be
payable. If you die before the end of the new minimum waiting
period, the death benefit may be less than the greater death benefit
available after the new minimum waiting period.
DESCRIPTION OF
BENEFITS
 
TAXES
Location in
Prospectus
Tax
Implications
Consult with a tax professional to determine the tax implications of
an investment in, withdrawals from and surrenders of this policy.
If you purchase the policy through a tax–qualified plan or individual
retirement account (IRA), such plan or IRA already provides tax
deferral under the Code and there are fees and charges in an annuity
that may not be included in such other investments. Therefore, the
tax deferral of the annuity does not provide additional benefits.
Premiums that are made on a pre–tax basis as well as earnings on
your policy are taxed at ordinary income tax rates when you withdraw
them, and you may have to pay a 10% penalty tax if you take a
withdrawal before age 59 ½.
FEDERAL TAX
MATTERS
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CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
Location in
Prospectus
Investment
Professional
Compensation
Your registered representative may receive compensation for selling
this policy to you, in the form of commissions, asset–based
compensation, allowances for expenses, and other compensation
programs. The amount of compensation will vary depending on the
specific payment arrangements of the broker-dealer for whom your
registered representative works. This compensation may differ from the
compensation paid by other companies for sales of their products. 
Differences in compensation have the potential to influence the
recommendation made by your registered representative or
broker-dealer. Your registered representative may have a financial
incentive to offer or recommend this policy over another investment.
DISTRIBUTION AND
COMPENSATION
ARRANGEMENTS
Exchanges
Your registered representatives may have a financial incentive to offer
you a new policy in place of the one you own. You should consider
exchanging your policy if you determine, after comparing the features,
fees, and risks of both policies, that it is in your best interest to
purchase the new policy rather than continue to own your existing
policy.
THE POLICIES –
Tax–Free
Section 1035
Exchanges
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Overview Of The Policy
Q.
What is this policy, and what is it designed to do?
A.
The New York Life Premier Variable Annuity- FP Series is designed to assist individuals with their long-term retirement planning or other long-term needs through investments in a variety of Allocation Options during an accumulation (savings) phase of the policy. The policy also offers death benefits to protect your designated beneficiaries. You can also elect to supplement your retirement income by converting your Accumulation Value into a stream of Income Payments (sometimes called annuity payments). This policy is only appropriate if you have a long investment time horizon. It is not intended for people who may need to make early or frequent withdrawals or intend to engage in frequent trading in the Portfolios.
Q.
How do I accumulate assets in the policy and receive income from the policy?
A.
Your policy has two phases:
the savings (accumulation) phase, when you make premium payments to us, and
the annuity (income) phase, when we make Income Payments to you.
Accumulation (Savings) Phase
During the accumulation (savings) phase of the policy, you can invest your premium payments in:
a variety of Investment Divisions (you may choose up to 18). Each Investment Division invests in a corresponding (mutual fund) Portfolio, each of which has its own investment strategies, investment adviser(s), expense ratios, and returns. A list of Portfolios is provided in APPENDIX 1A: Portfolios Available Under the Policy.
a Fixed Account option, which offers a guaranteed fixed interest rate for one–year periods; and
a DCA Advantage Account, which transfers amounts automatically to the Investment Divisions you choose in up to six monthly increments and pays you interest on amounts remaining in the DCA Advantage Account.
Annuity (Income) Phase
You can elect to annuitize your policy and turn your Accumulation Value into a fixed stream of Income Payments (sometimes called annuity payments) from NYLIAC. If you do that, we will make payments over the life of the Annuitant(s) for 10 years, even if the Annuitant dies sooner. This is called the Life Income – Guaranteed Period Payment Option. We may offer other options, at our discretion, where permitted by state law. We do not currently offer variable Income Payment options.
Please note that when you annuitize, your Accumulation Value will be converted to Income Payments and you may no longer withdraw money at will from your policy. However, you may elect partial annuitization and apply a portion of your Accumulation Value towards one of the Income Payment options we may offer, while the remainder of the policy can remain invested in your Allocation Options and will continue to provide the opportunity to accumulate Accumulation Value on a tax-deferred basis. All benefits (including guaranteed minimum death benefits and living benefits) terminate when you annuitize your entire Accumulation Value.
Q.
What are the policy’s primary features and options?
Base Contract Charge (M&E Charge) options. You can choose to have your Mortality and Expense Risk and Administrative Costs Charge (“M&E Charge”) assessed based on either the Accumulation Value of the policy (which invests in Separate Account III) or your Adjusted Premium Payments (which invests in Separate Account IV). You must choose your M&E Charge option at the time of application. The M&E Charge assessed to your policy will be based on the option that you choose. Once the M&E Charge option is chosen it cannot be changed. For Accumulation Value-based M&E Charge policies, the M&E Charge is assessed based on the Accumulation Value of the policy and will vary with fluctuations in the policy’s Accumulation Value. For Premium-based M&E Charge policies, the M&E Charge is assessed based on your Adjusted Premium Payments and will not vary with fluctuations in the policy’s Accumulation Value. Please see “CHARGES AND DEDUCTIONS—Annual Policy Expenses—Base Contract Charges (M&E Charge)” in the Prospectus for more information.
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The amount of Premium-based M&E Charges deducted from your Accumulation Value will be unaffected by fluctuations in market performance. In a rising market, the Premium-based M&E Charge structure will benefit you because, when calculated as a percentage of separate account assets, the Premium-based M&E Charge will be reduced. In a flat or declining market, the Premium-based M&E Charge will result in a higher charge when calculated as a percentage of separate account assets. The amount of Accumulation Value-based M&E Charges assessed to your policy will be affected by fluctuations in market performance. However, the Accumulation Value-based M&E Charge structure may be more advantageous in a flat or declining market.
Accessing your money. Until you annuitize (begin Income Payments), you have full access to your money. You can choose to withdraw part or all of your Accumulation Value at any time (through partial withdrawals, periodic partial withdrawals, hardship withdrawals or surrendering the policy). However, if you withdraw more than the Surrender Charge Free Amount during the Surrender Charge Period before age 59½, you may have to pay a surrender charge and/or taxes, including tax penalties (see “CHARGES AND DEDUCTIONS—Transaction Expenses—Exceptions to Surrender Charges” in the Prospectus).
Tax treatment. Your premium payments accumulate on a tax-deferred basis. This means your earnings are not taxed until you take money out of your policy, such as when (1) you make a withdrawal; (2) you receive an Income Payment from the policy; or (3) upon payment of a death benefit.
Death benefits. Your policy includes a Standard Death Benefit. For policy owners who are age 80 or younger when the policy is issued, the Standard Death Benefit guarantees that your beneficiaries will receive the greater of: (i) your Accumulation Value; (ii) the Return of Premium Death Benefit; or (iii) the Step–up Death Benefit. For policy owners age 81 to 85 when the policy is issued, the Standard Death Benefit guarantees that your beneficiaries will receive the greater of: (i) your Accumulation Value; or (ii) the Return of Premium Death Benefit. For an additional fee, you can also purchase the ADBR or IPR - FP Series at the time of application. The ADBR or IPR - FP Series may increase the amount of money payable to your designated beneficiaries upon your death. (See “DESCRIPTION OF BENEFITS – Annual Death Benefit Reset Rider and Investment Preservation Rider” in the Prospectus for more information about ADBR and IPR Death Benefit calculations).
Optional benefits that occur during your lifetime. For an additional fee, you can purchase the Investment Preservation Rider - FP Series at the time of application that protects your investment from declining market for a specified Holding Period.
Living Needs Benefit/Unemployment benefit. At no additional charge, we currently include a Living Needs Benefit/Unemployment Rider with all policies. This benefit increases the amount that can be withdrawn from your policy without a surrender charge when certain qualifying events occur.
Automatic asset rebalancing and dollar cost averaging. At no additional charge, you may select automatic asset rebalancing, which automatically rebalances your value in the Investment Divisions to maintain your chosen percentage allocation. Also, at no additional charge, you may select either (i) traditional dollar cost averaging, which automatically transfers a specific amount of money from any Investment Division to any combination of Investment Divisions and/or Fixed Account at set intervals, or (ii) the DCA Advantage Account, which is an Allocation Option that transfers amounts automatically to the Investment Divisions you choose in up to six monthly increments and pays you interest on amounts remaining in the account. (You may not elect traditional dollar cost averaging if you have elected automatic asset rebalancing).
Interest sweep. At no additional charge, you may select the interest sweep option which automatically transfers interest earned on the Fixed Account to be transferred to one or any combination of Investment Divisions.
Electronic Delivery. You may elect to receive electronic delivery of current prospectuses related to this policy, as well as other policy-related documents.
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Benefits Available Under The Policies
The following tables summarize information about the benefits available under the policy.
STANDARD DEATH BENEFIT
(automatically included with the policy)
NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
Standard Death
Benefit
For policy owners who are
age 80 or younger when the
policy is issued, the Standard
Death Benefit guarantees
that your beneficiaries will
receive the greater of: (i) your
Accumulation Value; (ii) the
Return of Premium Death
Benefit; or (iii) the Step–up
Death Benefit. For policy
owners age 81 to 85 when
the policy is issued, the
Standard Death Benefit
guarantees that your
beneficiaries will receive the
greater of: (i) your
Accumulation Value; or
(ii) the Return of Premium
Death Benefit.
No additional charge
Withdrawals could
significantly reduce the
benefit (possibly by an
amount substantially
greater than the actual
amount withdrawn).
OPTIONAL DEATH BENEFIT AVAILABLE FOR A FEE
NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
Annual Death
Benefit Reset
(ADBR) Rider
Provides a new locked–in
higher death benefit each
year from the Policy Date
(“Reset Anniversary”), if your
investments increase in
value.
Maximum Charge: 1.00%
(Charge calculated as an
annualized percentage of the
ADBR Reset Value as of the
last Policy Anniversary (or as
of the Policy Date if within
the first Policy Year,
deducted quarterly).
Only available at the time
of application.
Resets will continue on
Reset Anniversaries until
the Owner (or Annuitant if
the Owner is not a natural
person) is age 85.
In certain jurisdictions, an
ownership change or
assignment will terminate
the benefit.
Withdrawals could
significantly reduce the
benefit (possibly by an
amount substantially
greater than the actual
amount withdrawn).
You cannot cancel the rider
without surrendering the
policy.
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NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
 
 
 
 
NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
Investment
Preservation Rider
– FP Series Death
Benefit
A death benefit that is
available if you purchase the
IPR.
The IPR guarantees that
your beneficiaries will receive
the greater of: (i) the
Standard Death Benefit;
(ii) any death benefit
available under any other
rider attached to your policy;
or (iii) the IPR Death Benefit.
Maximum Charge: 2.00%
(as an annualized
percentage of the amount
that is guaranteed)
Only available at the time
of application.
Only payable if the
Owner’s spouse does not
elect to continue the policy
pursuant to its spousal
continuance option. If the
Owner’s spouse elects to
continue the policy, the IPR
will continue and the IPR
Death Benefit will not be
paid.
See the next table
“OPTIONAL LIVING
BENEFITS AVAILABLE
FOR A FEE—IPR FP
Series” for more
information about the
restrictions and limitations
applicable to the IPR.
Not available in certain
jurisdictions. See
APPENDIX 2 – State
Variations in the
Prospectus.
Where the Guarantee
Percentage under the IPR
is 101% or more, the
Owner must hold the policy
for a minimum waiting
period (within two years of
the Holding Period End
Date), before the IPR
Death Benefit equals the
Guaranteed Amount. If the
Owner dies prior to the end
of the required waiting
period, the IPR Death
Benefit will be equal to the
first policy year premiums
less any proportional
withdrawals. (See
DESCRIPTION OF
BENEFITS – Investment
Preservation Rider in the
Prospectus for more
information on IPR Death
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NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
 
 
 
Benefit calculations.)
If an IPR Reset is elected
where the Guaranteed
Percentage under the IPR
is 101% or more, a new
minimum waiting period
(within two years of the
Holding Period End Date)
will begin before the IPR
Death Benefit equals the
Guaranteed Amount. If the
Owner dies prior to the end
of that required waiting
period, the IPR Death
Benefit will equal the
Accumulation Value as of
the Rider Reset Effective
Date less any proportional
withdrawals. (See
DESCRIPTION OF
BENEFITS – Investment
Preservation Rider in the
Prospectus for more
information on IPR Death
Benefit calculations.)
OPTIONAL LIVING BENEFIT AVAILABLE FOR A FEE
NAME OF BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
Investment
Preservation Rider
– FP Series
Protects your investment
from loss for a specified
Holding Period. If, after a
specified Holding Period,
your Accumulation Value is
less than the amount
guaranteed, we will make a
one-time increase to your
Accumulation Value to make
it equal to the guaranteed
amount.
You may request to reset the
guaranteed amount (an IPR
Reset) under certain
circumstances.
In most jurisdictions, includes
an IPR Death Benefit which
is payable upon the death of
Maximum Charge: 2.00%
(as an annualized
percentage of the amount
that is guaranteed)
Only available at the time
of application.
You should not select this
rider unless you intend to
keep the policy for at least
as long as the Holding
Period you’ve selected.
The rider is irrevocable,
and cannot be cancelled
after a 30 day right to
examine period.
Provides no benefit if you
surrender the policy before
the end of the Holding
Period.
Restricts the availability of
certain investment options.
See APPENDIX 1B and
1C.
Premium payments are
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NAME OF BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
 
the Owner if the Owner dies
before the end of the Holding
Period.
 
only permitted (a) in the
first Policy Year or (b) after
a specified Holding Period.
Withdrawals could
significantly reduce the
benefit (possibly by an
amount greater than the
actual amount withdrawn).
An IPR Reset starts a new
Holding Period. New
annual charges may apply
after you elect an IPR
Reset.
IPR Reset rights may be
suspended or discontinued
and are subject to age
limits.
OTHER OPTIONAL BENEFITS INCLUDED WITH ALL POLICIES AT NO ADDITIONAL COST
NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
Living Needs
Benefit /
Unemployment
Rider
Waives Surrender Charges if
the Owner experiences
certain “qualifying events”
such as: (i) confinement to a
health care facility for 60
consecutive days;
(ii) terminal illness; or
(iii) disability. If the Owner
becomes unemployed, the
rider waives Surrender
Charges on a one-time
withdrawal of up to 50% of
your Accumulation Value.
None
Policy must have been in
force for at least one year
and have a minimum
Accumulation Value of
$5,000.
Qualifying Event (as
defined in the rider) must
occur after the Policy Date.
Not available if any Owner
has attained age 86 on the
Policy Date.
For the Disability portion of
the rider, any withdrawal
after your 66th birthday will
not be eligible for the rider
benefit and surrender
charges may apply.
A determination letter from
your state’s Department of
Labor is required for
unemployment benefit.
Unemployment must be for
at least 60 consecutive
days.
If the Owner(s) is not a
natural person, all
restrictions and benefits of
the rider are based on the
Annuitant.
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NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
 
 
 
Rider benefits and
requirements to qualify for
the rider benefits may not
be the same in all
jurisdictions.
Automatic Asset
Rebalancing
Automatically rebalances
your Variable Accumulation
Value (either quarterly,
semi–annually, or annually)
to maintain the percentage
allocated to each Investment
Division at a pre–set level.
None
Cannot be used with the
traditional Dollar Cost
Averaging option.
You must have a minimum
Accumulation Value of
$2,500 to elect this option,
and a minimum of $2,500
to continue it as scheduled.
Traditional Dollar
Cost Averaging
Automatically transfers a
specific amount of money
from any Investment Division
to any combination of
Investment Divisions and/or
Fixed Account at set
intervals.
None
Cannot be used with the
Automatic Asset
Rebalancing option, or with
IPR.
For premium based M&E
Charge policies, amounts
cannot be transferred to
the Fixed Account (if
applicable).
You must have a minimum
Accumulation Value of
$2,500 to elect this option,
and a minimum of $2,000
to continue as scheduled.
The DCA
Advantage Account
Allows you to set up
automatic dollar cost
averaging using the DCA
Advantage Account when an
initial premium payment or a
subsequent premium
payment is made. The DCA
Advantage Account transfers
amounts automatically to the
Investment Divisions you
choose in six monthly
increments and pays you
interest on amounts
remaining in the DCA
Advantage Account.
None
DCA Advantage Account
duration may not extend
beyond the Annuity
Commencement Date.
You may not have more
than one DCA Advantage
Account open at the same
time.
You must allocate a
minimum of $2,000 to the
DCA Advantage Account;
any premium payment less
than $2,000 will be
allocated directly to the
Investment Divisions in
accordance with the
instructions we have on
file.
You cannot make transfers
into the DCA Advantage
Account from any
Allocation Option.
The annual effective
interest rate for the DCA
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NAME OF
BENEFIT
PURPOSE
MAXIMUM FEE
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF
RESTRICTIONS/
LIMITATIONS
 
 
 
Advantage Account shown
on your Policy Data Page
applies only to your initial
premium payment. Interest
rates applied to
subsequent premium
payments allocated to the
DCA Advantage Account
may differ.
The benefits payable under
the DCA Advantage
Account (including principal
and interest) are payable
from NYLIAC's general
account and are subject to
its claims-paying ability.
Interest Sweep
Automatically transfers
interest earned on the Fixed
Account to be transferred to
one or any combination of
Investment Divisions.
None
Frequency of the transfers
can be monthly, quarterly,
semi–annually, or annually.
You must have a minimum
of $2,500 in the Fixed
Account to elect this option
and a minimum of $2,000
to continue as scheduled.
Buying The Policy
Q.
How do I purchase the New York Life Premier Variable Annuity – FP Series policy?
A.
To purchase a policy, you must complete an application. Your registered representative will submit your application, along with your initial premium payment, to us. Acceptance of applications is subject to NYLIAC’s rules. We reserve the right to reject any application or initial premium payment.
Q.
How much can I contribute and how are my premium payments invested?
A.
You may allocate premium payments in up to 18 of the available Investment Divisions, the DCA Advantage Account, and the Fixed Account.
The minimum initial premium payment is $5,000, unless we permit otherwise. You may make additional premium payments of at least $2,500 for Qualified Policies and $5,000 for Non–Qualified Policies, or such lower amount as we may permit at any time. Additional premium payments can be made until 12 months after you reach age 85. The currently available methods of payment are direct payments to NYLIAC or any other method agreed to by us. The maximum aggregate amount of premium payments we accept is $1,000,000 without prior approval from NYLIAC. NYLIAC reserves the right to limit the dollar amount of any premium payment. You must allocate a minimum of $2,000 to the DCA Advantage Account.
For Qualified Policies, you may not make premium payments in any Policy Year that exceed the amount permitted by the plan or applicable law. For Inherited IRAs, Inherited Roth IRAs and Inherited Non–Qualified policies, additional premium payments are not permitted.
While IPR is in effect, you may only make premium payments to your policy in the first Policy Year or after the Holding Period End Date, as applicable.
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NON–QUALIFIED POLICIES
(purchased using
after–tax dollars)
QUALIFIED POLICIES
(purchased using
pre–tax dollars)
Minimum Initial Premium
$5,000
$5,000
Minimum Subsequent Premiums
$5,000
Lesser of $2,500 or the maximum
permitted by applicable law
Maximum Total Premiums
$1,000,000 (unless NYLIAC has approved a higher amount)
NYLIAC reserves the right to limit the dollar amount of any premium
payment.
Q.
When will any premium payments that I make be credited to my account?
A.
If the application is in Good Order, we will issue the policy and allocate the initial premium payment to the Allocation Options you have selected within two Business Days after we receive it. If your application is not in Good Order, we may delay issuing your policy and crediting your account while we obtain the missing information. However, we will not hold your initial purchase payment for more than five Business Days without your permission.
Subsequent premium payments should be sent to one of the following addresses:
 
Regular Mail
Express Mail
Subsequent Premium
Payments
NYL Annuities - TPD
Mail Code7390
P.O. Box 7247
Philadelphia, PA 19170-7390
NYL Annuities - TPD
400 White Clay Center Drive
Attn: LOCKBOX #7390
Newark, DE 19711
Subsequent premium payments will be allocated to your policy at the close of the Business Day on which they are received by NYLIAC.
Acceptance of initial and subsequent premium payments is subject to our sales standards that are used to determine whether a recommended transaction, relating to your policy, complies with applicable standards of conduct.
Making Withdrawals: Accessing Money In Your Policy
Q.
Can I access the money in my account during the Accumulation (Savings) Phase?
A.
During the accumulation (savings) phase of your policy, you have full access to your money. You can choose to withdraw your Accumulation Value at any time (although if you withdraw amounts early, you may have to pay a surrender charge and/or taxes, including tax penalties).


You can access the money in your policy by making a withdrawal, which will reduce the Accumulation Value of your policy (including the amount of your death benefit). However, withdrawing the Accumulation Value of your policy below a certain level will terminate your policy.

Certain benefits may limit withdrawals under the policy. Certain withdrawals could substantially reduce the benefits available under the policy or a rider (possibly by an amount greater than the actual amount withdrawn).
Q.
Are there limitations and consequences associated with taking money out of my policy during the Accumulation (Savings) Phase?
A.
Yes. These limitations and consequences include:
Limitations on withdrawal amounts
The minimum amount you can withdraw is $500,
unless we agree otherwise. Currently, online
withdrawals cannot exceed $250,000. If you request a
withdrawal for amounts greater than $50,000 in writing
we may require additional verification of your identity.
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Surrender charges and taxes
As described above, there may be surrender charges
and tax consequences when you take out money.
Negative impact of withdrawal on benefits and
guarantees of your policy
A withdrawal may have a negative impact on certain
standard benefits or optional benefits that you may
elect. It may significantly reduce the value of the
benefit (possibly by an amount greater than the actual
amount withdrawn) or even terminate certain benefits.
A withdrawal may also be a taxable transaction and a
10% penalty tax could be applicable.
Q.
What is the process to request a withdrawal of money from my policy?
A.
You can request to withdraw a portion of your Accumulation Value or surrender your policy in full at any time before the Annuity Commencement Date and while the Annuitant is living. If you want to surrender your policy, you can either contact your Registered Representative, contact us at 1-800-762-6212 or send us a written request in Good Order at one of the below addresses. If you only want to withdraw a portion of your Accumulation Value, you can either request a partial withdrawal by contacting your Registered Representative, online at www.newyorklifeannuities.com, by telephone at 1-800-762-6212, or by sending us a written request Good Order at one of the following addresses:
 
Regular Mail
Express Mail
Surrender or Withdrawal
Requests
NYL Annuities - TPD
Mail Code 7390
P.O. Box 7247
Philadelphia, PA 19170-7390
NYL Annuities - TPD
400 White Clay Center Drive
Attn: LOCKBOX #7390
Newark, DE 19711
Generally, withdrawal or surrender requests received in Good Order before the end of the Business Day will be processed that day. If we receive your request after the close of the Business Day, or on a day that is not a Business Day, your requested payment will be processed the next Business Day. Generally, NYLIAC will pay all surrenders or withdrawals within seven days of receipt of all required information in Good Order.
Q.
Can I access the money in my account during the Annuity (Income) Phase?
A.
You can elect to annuitize your policy and turn your Accumulation Value into a fixed stream of Income Payments (sometimes called annuity payments) from NYLIAC. If you do that, payments will be made over the life of the Annuitant(s) and are guaranteed for 10 years, even if the Annuitant dies sooner. This is called the Life Income – Guaranteed Period Payment Option. We may offer other options at our discretion. Once you annuitize, your Accumulation Value will be converted to Income Payments and you may no longer withdraw money at will from your policy.
You may, however, elect partial annuitization and apply a portion of your Accumulation Value towards one of the Income Payment options we may offer, while the remainder of your Accumulation Value can remain invested in your Allocation Options and will continue to provide the opportunity to accumulate Accumulations Value on a tax-deferred basis. All benefits (including guaranteed minimum death benefits and living benefits) terminate when you annuitize your entire Accumulation Value.
Additional Information about Fees
The following tables describe the fees and expenses that you will pay when buying, owning, making withdrawals, and surrendering the policy. Please refer to your Policy Data Page for information about the specific fees you will pay each year based on the options you have elected.
The first table describes the fees and expenses that you will pay at the time that you buy the policy, make withdrawals or surrender the policy, or transfer Accumulation Value between investment options. State premium taxes may also be deducted.
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Transaction Expenses
Surrender Charges (as a percentage of amount withdrawn). Applied to amounts in excess of the Surrender Charge Free Amount that you may withdraw each Policy Year.
Payment Year
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8+
Surrender Charge
8.00%
7.00%
6.00%
5.00%
4.00%
3.00%
2.00%
0.00%
Other Transaction Charges
Guaranteed
Maximum Charge
Current
Charge
Transfer Fee (charged for transfers in excess of 12 in a policy year)
$30
$0
Payments Returned for Insufficient Funds
$20
$0
The next table describes the fees and expenses that you will pay each year during the time that you own the policy (not including Portfolio fees and expenses).
If you choose to purchase an optional benefit, you will pay additional charges, as shown below.
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Annual Policy Expenses
Base Contract Charges (Without Optional Benefits)
 
Policies with Accumulation
Value-based Base Contract Charges1
Policies with Premium-based
Base Contract Charges2
Administrative
Expense3
$30
$30
Base Contract
Expenses4
Guaranteed
Maximum Charge
Current Charge
Guaranteed
Maximum Charge
Current Charge
1.20%
(During the
Surrender Charge
Period for the initial
premium)
1.20%
(During the
Surrender Charge
Period for the initial
premium)
1.30%
(During the
Surrender Charge
Period for the initial
premium)
1.30%
(During the
Surrender Charge
Period for the initial
premium)
1.00%
(After the Surrender
Charge Period for the
initial premium)
1.00%
(After the Surrender
Charge Period for the
initial premium)
1.10%
(After the Surrender
Charge Period for the
initial premium)
1.10%
(After the Surrender
Charge Period for the
initial premium)
1
As an annualized percentage of daily Variable Accumulation Value.
2
As an annualized percentage of Adjusted Premium Payments.
3
We call this fee the “Annual Policy Service Charge” in your policy and elsewhere in the prospectus. This fee is waived for policies that have $100,000 or more of Accumulation Value on a given Policy Anniversary.
4
We call this the “Mortality and Expense Risk and Administrative Costs Charge (M&E)” in your policy and elsewhere in this prospectus.
Optional Benefit Expenses
The following table applies to Optional Benefits currently available for purchase:
 
Guaranteed
Maximum Charge
Current
Charge
Annual Charge for IPR*
(calculated as an annualized percentage of
the amount that is guaranteed under the
IPR, deducted on a quarterly basis)
7 Year Holding Period
2.00%
1.10%
10 Year Holding Period
2.00%
1.00%
11 Year Holding Period
2.00%
0.90%
12 Year Holding Period
1.50%
0.80%
13 Year Holding Period
1.50%
0.70%
14 Year Holding Period
1.50%
0.60%
15 Year Holding Period
1.50%
0.50%
20 Year Holding Period
1.50%
0.60%
Annual Death Benefit Reset Rider (ADBR) Charge
(calculated as an annualized percentage of the ADBR Reset Value as of
the last Policy Anniversary (or as of the Policy Date if within the first Policy
Year), deducted on a quarterly basis; for a detailed explanation of the term
ADBR Reset Value,” see “DESCRIPTION OF BENEFITS – Annual Death
Benefit Reset (ADBR) Rider” in the Prospectus).
1.00%
0.25%
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*The IPR Guarantee Percentage for the 7 Year Holding Period is 90%. The IPR Guarantee Percentage for the 10 and 11 Year Holding Periods is 105%. The IPR Guarantee Percentage for the 12, 13, 14, and 15 Year Holding Periods is 110%. The IPR Guarantee Percentage for the 20 Year Holding Period is 150%.
The next table shows the minimum and maximum total operating expenses charged by the Portfolios that you may pay periodically during the time that you own the policy. The expenses may be higher or lower in the future. A complete list of Portfolios available under the policy, including their annual expenses, may be found in APPENDIX 1A.
Annual Portfolio Expenses
 
Minimum
Maximum
Expenses that are deducted from the Portfolio assets, including
management fees, distribution and/or service (12b-1) fees, and other
expenses.1
 
 
Before fee waivers and expense reimbursements
0.38%
1.42%
After fee waivers and expense reimbursements2
0.28%
1.38%
1
Shown as a percentage of average net assets for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2023.
2
Fee waivers and expense reimbursements are generally expected to continue through April 30, 2025 and may be terminated at any time thereafter at the option of the Portfolio company.
Example
This Example is intended to help you compare the cost of investing in the policy with the cost of investing in other variable annuity policies. These costs include transaction expenses, annual policy expenses and Annual Portfolio Expenses.
The Example assumes that you invest $100,000 in the policy for the time periods indicated. The Example also assumes that your investment has a 5% return each year, and assumes the most expensive combination of Base Contract Charges, Annual Portfolio Expenses and optional benefits available for an additional charge.* Although your actual costs may be higher or lower, based on these assumptions your costs would be:
 
Years
 
1 yr
3 yr
5 yr
10 yr
If you surrender your policy at the end of the applicable time
period:
$11,356.45
$17,873.10
$24,393.14
$41,098.28
If you annuitize at the end of the applicable time period:
$11,356.45
$12,320.99
$20,618.50
$41,098.28
If you do not surrender your policy:
$4,091.00
$12,320.99
$20,618.50
$41,098.28
*Assumes you have elected a policy with premium-based Base
Contract charges with both the IPR (10-year Holding Period) and
the ADBR.
 
 
 
 
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Appendix 1A
Portfolios Available Under the Policy
The following is a list of Portfolios available under the policy, which is subject to change, as discussed in the prospectus. Depending on the optional benefits you choose, you may not be able to invest in certain Portfolios. You can find the prospectuses and other information about the Portfolios online at https://dfinview.com/NewYorkLife/TAHD/premier-fpseries. You can also request this information at no cost by calling the New York Life Annuities Service Center at 800-762-6212 or by sending an email request with your name and mailing address to PremierFPProspectus@newyorklife.com.
You may allocate your premium payments or other Accumulation Value up to 18 different Investment Divisions at any one time in addition to the Fixed Account or the DCA Advantage Account.
The current expenses and performance information below reflects fees and expenses of the Portfolios but does not reflect the other fees and expenses that your policy may charge. Expenses would be higher and performance would be lower if these charges were included. Each Portfolio’s past performance is not necessarily an indication of future performance.
If you elect to purchase the IPR, you may not be able to invest in certain Portfolios. If you purchased the IPR, your available Allocation Options are listed in APPENDIX 1B.
Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Large Cap Equity
MainStay VP American Century Sustainable
Equity — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investment
Management LLC (“New York Life Investments”) /
Subadviser: American Century Investment
Management, Inc.
0.92%
24.08%
12.66%
8.46%
Asset Allocation
MainStay VP Balanced — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadvisers:
NYL Investors LLC (“NYL Investors”) and
Wellington Management Company LLP
(“Wellington”)
0.95%
7.28%
8.15%
5.90%
Investment
Grade Bond
MainStay VP Bond — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
NYL Investors
0.77%
5.31%
0.71%
1.45%
Sector
MainStay VP CBRE Global Infrastructure —
Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
CBRE Investment Management Listed Real Assets
LLC
1.20%
3.80%
0.46%
(2.84)%
Asset Allocation
MainStay VP Conservative Allocation — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments
0.73%
10.02%
5.38%
3.82%
Appendix 1A-1

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Large Cap Equity
MainStay VP Epoch U.S. Equity Yield — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
Epoch Investment Partners, Inc. (“Epoch”)
0.93%
8.42%
9.82%
6.91%
Asset Allocation
MainStay VP Equity Allocation — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments
0.86%
17.10%
10.45%
6.62%
Sector
MainStay VP Fidelity Institutional AM® Utilities —
Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
FIAM LLC (“FIAM”)
0.92%
(1.71)%
8.14%
6.15%
Non-Investment
Grade Bond
MainStay VP Floating Rate — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
NYL Investors
0.89%
11.58%
4.69%
3.54%
Asset Allocation
MainStay VP Growth Allocation — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments
0.82%
15.20%
9.20%
5.96%
Alternatives
MainStay VP Hedge Multi-Strategy (formerly
MainStay VP IQ Hedge Multi-Strategy) — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
IndexIQ Advisors LLC (“IndexIQ”)
1.32%
9.98%
2.53%
(1.67)%
Asset Allocation
MainStay VP Income Builder — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadvisers:
Epoch and MacKay Shields LLC (“MacKay”)
0.87%
9.78%
5.78%
4.75%
Asset Allocation
MainStay VP Janus Henderson Balanced —
Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
Janus Henderson Investors US LLC (“Janus
Henderson”)
0.82%
15.23%
9.48%
7.78%
Non-Investment
Grade Bond
MainStay VP MacKay Convertible — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
MacKay
0.83%
8.58%
11.31%
8.23%
Non-Investment
Grade Bond
MainStay VP MacKay High Yield Corporate
Bond — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
MacKay
0.83%
11.59%
5.04%
4.47%
Appendix 1A-2

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Non-Investment
Grade Bond
MainStay VP MacKay Strategic Bond — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
MacKay
0.87%
9.92%
3.18%
2.49%
Investment
Grade Bond
MainStay VP MacKay U.S. Infrastructure Bond
(formerly MainStay VP MacKay Government) —
Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
MacKay
0.81%
4.74%
0.05%
0.72%
Asset Allocation
MainStay VP Moderate Allocation — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments
0.76%
12.73%
7.20%
4.90%
Sector
MainStay VP Natural Resources — Initial Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
Newton Investment Management North America,
LLC ("NIMNA")
0.84%
1.92%
18.96%
2.79%
Investment
Grade Bond
MainStay VP PIMCO Real Return — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
Pacific Investment Management Company LLC
(“PIMCO”)
1.03%
3.46%
3.08%
2.01%
International/
Global
Equity
MainStay VP PineStone International Equity
(formerly MainStay VP MacKay International
Equity) — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
PineStone Asset Management Inc.
1.11%
4.01%
5.10%
3.85%
Large Cap Equity
MainStay VP S&P 500 Index — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
IndexIQ
0.37%
25.83%
15.25%
11.53%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
MainStay VP Small Cap Growth — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadvisers:
Brown Advisory LLC and Segall Bryant & Hamill,
LLC
1.10%
15.22%
10.29%
7.26%
Money Market
MainStay VP U.S. Government Money Market —
Initial Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments
/ Subadviser: NYL Investors
0.28%
4.81%
1.61%
0.99%
Appendix 1A-3

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
MainStay VP Wellington Mid Cap — Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
Wellington
1.11%
13.41%
7.93%
6.39%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
MainStay VP Wellington Small Cap — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
Wellington
0.99%
13.60%
6.42%
5.99%
Large Cap Equity
MainStay VP Wellington U.S. Equity — Service
Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments / Subadviser:
Wellington
0.81%
24.27%
12.88%
10.19%
Large Cap Equity
MainStay VP Winslow Large Cap Growth —
Service Class
Adviser: New York Life Investments
/ Subadviser: Winslow Capital Management, LLC
0.99%
42.70%
17.29%
13.18%
Large Cap Equity
AB VPS Relative Value Portfolio — Class B
Adviser: AllianceBernstein L.P.
0.86%
11.72%
11.57%
9.05%
Asset Allocation
American Funds IS Asset Allocation Fund — Class
4
Adviser: Capital Research and Management
CompanySM (“CRMC”)
0.80%
14.02%
8.92%
6.98%
Investment
Grade Bond
American Funds IS The Bond Fund of America®
— Class 4
Adviser: CRMC
0.73%
4.72%
1.62%
1.83%
Investment
Grade Bond
American Funds IS Capital World Bond Fund®
Class 4
Adviser: CRMC
0.98%
5.89%
(0.56)%
0.12%
International/
Global
Equity
American Funds IS Global Small Capitalization
Fund — Class 4
Adviser: CRMC
1.16%
15.79%
8.03%
5.51%
Large Cap Equity
American Funds IS Growth Fund — Class 4
Adviser: CRMC
0.84%
38.13%
18.38%
14.07%
International/
Global
Equity
American Funds IS New World Fund® — Class 4
Adviser: CRMC
1.07%
15.67%
8.37%
4.43%
Appendix 1A-4

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Investment
Grade Bond
American Funds IS U.S. Government Securities
Fund® — Class 4
Adviser: CRMC
0.76%
2.62%
0.79%
1.27%
Large Cap Equity
American Funds IS Washington Mutual Investors
FundSM — Class 4
Adviser: CRMC
0.77%
16.97%
12.33%
9.64%
Asset Allocation
BlackRock® Global Allocation V.I. Fund — Class III
Adviser: BlackRock Advisors, LLC (“BlackRock”) /
Subadvisers: BlackRock (Singapore) Limited and
BlackRock International Limited
1.02%
12.49%
7.39%
4.63%
Non-Investment
Grade Bond
BlackRock® High Yield V.I. Fund — Class III
Adviser: BlackRock / Subadviser: BlackRock
International Limited
0.79%
12.94%
5.49%
4.21%
Sector
BNY Mellon IP Technology Growth Portfolio —
Service Shares
Adviser: BNY Mellon Investment Adviser, Inc. /
Subadviser: NIMNA
1.03%
59.00%
15.31%
12.94%
Large Cap Equity
BNY Mellon Sustainable U.S. Equity Portfolio —
Service Shares
Adviser: BNY Mellon Investment Adviser, Inc. /
Subadviser: Newton Investment Management
Limited
0.92%
23.50%
14.85%
10.18%
Large Cap Equity
ClearBridge Variable Appreciation Portfolio —
Class II
Adviser: Franklin Templeton Fund Adviser, LLC
("FTFA") / Subadviser: ClearBridge Investments,
LLC
0.97%
19.39%
13.79%
N/A
Non-Investment
Grade Bond
Columbia Variable Portfolio — Emerging Markets
Bond Fund — Class 2
Adviser: Columbia Management Investment
Advisers, LLC (“Columbia”)
1.00%
10.02%
1.57%
2.20%
Investment
Grade Bond
Columbia Variable Portfolio — Intermediate Bond
Fund — Class 2
Adviser: Columbia
0.76%
5.96%
1.34%
1.99%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
Columbia Variable Portfolio — Small Cap Value
Fund — Class 2
Adviser: Columbia
1.11%
21.67%
13.39%
8.40%
Appendix 1A-5

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Alternatives
DWS Alternative Asset Allocation VIP — Class B
Adviser: DWS Investment Management Americas
Inc. / Subadviser: RREEF America LLC
1.21%
5.67%
5.70%
2.63%
Investment
Grade Bond
Fidelity® VIP Bond Index Portfolio — Service Class
2
Adviser: Fidelity Management & Research
Company LLC (“FMR”) / Subadvisers: Other
investment advisers
0.39%
5.13%
0.64%
N/A
Large Cap Equity
Fidelity® VIP ContrafundSM Portfolio — Service
Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadvisers: Other investment
advisers
0.81%
33.12%
16.36%
11.33%
International/
Global
Equity
Fidelity® VIP Emerging Markets Portfolio —
Service Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadvisers: Other investment
advisers
1.14%
9.49%
7.55%
4.92%
Large Cap Equity
Fidelity® VIP Equity-Income PortfolioSM — Service
Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadvisers: Other investment
advisers
0.72%
10.38%
12.01%
8.31%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
Fidelity® VIP Extended Market Index Portfolio —
Service Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadviser: Geode Capital
Management, LLC (“Geode”)
0.38%
17.11%
11.02%
N/A
Asset Allocation
Fidelity® VIP FundsManager® 60% Portfolio —
Service Class
Adviser: FMR
0.71%
14.17%
8.61%
6.26%
Large Cap Equity
Fidelity® VIP Growth Opportunities Portfolio —
Service Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadvisers: Other investment
advisers
0.84%
45.30%
18.79%
15.44%
Sector
Fidelity® VIP Health Care Portfolio — Service
Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadvisers: Other investment
advisers
0.84%
4.01%
9.50%
10.39%
International/
Global
Equity
Fidelity® VIP International Index Portfolio —
Service Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadviser: Geode
0.42%
15.88%
6.89%
N/A
Appendix 1A-6

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Investment
Grade Bond
Fidelity® VIP Investment Grade Bond Portfolio —
Service Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadvisers: Other investment
advisers
0.63%
6.00%
1.72%
2.08%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
Fidelity® VIP Mid Cap Portfolio — Service Class 2
Adviser: FMR / Subadvisers: Other investment
advisers
0.82%
14.80%
12.17%
7.85%
Asset Allocation
Franklin Templeton Aggressive Model Portfolio —
Class II
Adviser: FTFA / Subadviser: Franklin Advisers, Inc.
(“Franklin Advisers”)
0.91%
18.05%
N/A
N/A
Asset Allocation
Franklin Templeton Moderately Aggressive Model
Portfolio — Class II
Adviser: FTFA / Subadviser: Franklin Advisers
0.88%
15.53%
N/A
N/A
Asset Allocation
Franklin Templeton Moderate Model Portfolio —
Class II
Adviser: FTFA / Subadviser: Franklin Advisers
0.85%
13.18%
N/A
N/A
Asset Allocation
Franklin Templeton Moderately Conservative
Model Portfolio — Class II
Adviser: FTFA / Subadviser: Franklin Advisers
0.85%
10.31%
N/A
N/A
Asset Allocation
Franklin Templeton Conservative Model
Portfolio — Class II
Adviser: FTFA / Subadviser: Franklin Advisers
0.89%
8.31%
N/A
N/A
International/
Global
Equity
Invesco V.I. EQV International Equity Fund —
Series II Shares
Adviser: Invesco Advisers, Inc. (“Invesco”)
1.15%
17.86%
8.15%
4.07%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
Invesco V.I. Main Street Small Cap Fund®
Series II Shares
Adviser: Invesco
1.13%
17.82%
12.79%
8.66%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
Janus Henderson Enterprise Portfolio — Service
Shares
Adviser: Janus Henderson
0.97%
17.78%
13.14%
11.82%
International/
Global
Equity
Janus Henderson Global Research Portfolio —
Service Shares
Adviser: Janus Henderson
0.86%
26.47%
13.05%
8.74%
Appendix 1A-7

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
Macquarie VIP Small Cap Value Series (formerly
Delaware VIP® Small Cap Value Series) —
Service Class
Adviser: Delaware Management Company, a
series of Macquarie Investment Management
Business Trust (a Delaware statutory trust)
1.08%
9.10%
9.87%
6.77%
International
Equity
MFS® International Intrinsic Value Portfolio —
Service Class
Adviser: Massachusetts Financial Services
Company (“MFS”)
1.14%
17.37%
8.31%
6.66%
Large Cap Equity
MFS® Investors Trust Series — Service Class
Adviser: MFS
1.03%
18.66%
13.27%
10.00%
Mid Cap
Equity
MFS® Mid Cap Value Portfolio — Service Class
Adviser: MFS
1.04%
12.39%
12.60%
8.46%
International/
Global
Equity
MFS® Research International Portfolio — Service
Class
Adviser: MFS
1.14%
12.83%
8.23%
3.89%
Large Cap Equity
MFS® Research Series — Service Class
Adviser: MFS
1.04%
22.12%
14.13%
10.55%
Sector
Morgan Stanley VIF U.S. Real Estate Portfolio —
Class II
Adviser: Morgan Stanley Investment Management
Inc.
1.05%
14.22%
2.66%
4.26%
Small/Mid Cap
Equity
Neuberger Berman AMT Mid Cap Growth
Portfolio — Class S
Adviser: Neuberger Berman Investment Advisers
LLC
1.11%
17.96%
11.86%
8.69%
Investment
Grade Bond
PIMCO VIT Income Portfolio — Advisor Class
Adviser: PIMCO
1.13%
8.14%
3.22%
N/A
Investment
Grade Bond
PIMCO VIT International Bond Portfolio (U.S.
Dollar-Hedged) — Advisor Class
Adviser: PIMCO
1.38%
8.91%
1.54%
N/A
Investment
Grade Bond
PIMCO VIT Low Duration Portfolio — Advisor
Class
Adviser: PIMCO
0.79%
4.87%
0.88%
0.82%
Appendix 1A-8

Type
Portfolio
Adviser/Sub-adviser
Current
Expenses*
Average Annual Total Returns
(as of 12/31/23)
1 year
5 year
10 year
Investment
Grade Bond
PIMCO VIT Short-Term Portfolio — Advisor Class
Adviser: PIMCO
0.76%
5.80%
2.02%
1.76%
Investment
Grade Bond
PIMCO VIT Total Return Portfolio — Advisor Class
Adviser: PIMCO
0.85%
5.83%
0.98%
1.60%
Sector
Principal VC Real Estate Securities Account —
Class 2
Adviser: Principal Global Investors, LLC /
Subadviser: Principal Real Estate Investors, LLC
1.04%
13.01%
8.24%
8.44%
International/
Global
Equity
Putnam VT International Value Fund — Class IB
Adviser: Putnam Investment Management, LLC /
Subadvisers: Putnam Investments Limited and The
Putnam Advisory Company, LLC
1.13%
18.68%
9.70%
3.88%
Large Cap Equity
Voya Growth and Income Portfolio — Class S
Adviser: Voya Investments, LLC / Subadviser:
Voya Investment Management Co. LLC
0.92%
27.06%
15.90%
11.02%
Investment
Grade Bond
Western Asset Core Plus VIT Portfolio — Class II
Adviser: FTFA / Subadvisers: Western Asset
Management Company, LLC; Western Asset
Management Company Limited in London;
Western Asset Management Company Pte. Ltd. in
Singapore; and Western Asset Management
Company Ltd. in Japan
0.76%
6.44%
0.98%
N/A
*
Current Expenses take into account expense reimbursement or fee waiver arrangements in place that are generally expected to continue through April 30, 2025 and may be terminated at any time thereafter at the option of the Fund. Annual expenses for the Portfolio for the year ended December 31, 2023 reflect temporary fee reductions under such an arrangement.
Appendix 1A-9

Appendix 1B
Investment Divisions available with IPR
Option 1 – Franklin Templeton Model Portfolios
Moderately Aggressive
Moderate
100%
Franklin Templeton Moderately Aggressive Model
Portfolio
100%
Franklin Templeton Moderate Model Portfolio
Moderately Conservative
Conservative (only available with 20-year holding period)
100%
Franklin Templeton Moderately Conservative Model
Portfolio
100%
Franklin Templeton Conservative Model Portfolio
Option 2 – Choose Your Own Investment Divisions
Category A:
 
Minimum Allocation
30
%
 
Maximum Allocation
100
%
 
 
Subcategory I Funds (Minimum Allocation 10% - total among all the subcategory I Funds)
MainStay VP Bond
MainStay VP MacKay U.S. Infrastructure Bond
MainStay VP PIMCO Real Return
MainStay VP U.S. Government Money Market
American Funds IS The Bond Fund of America®
American Funds IS Capital World Bond Fund®
American Funds IS U.S. Government Securities Fund®
Columbia Variable Portfolio — Intermediate Bond Fund
Fidelity® VIP Bond Index Portfolio
Fidelity® VIP Investment Grade Bond Portfolio
PIMCO VIT Income Portfolio
PIMCO VIT International Bond Portfolio (U.S.
Dollar-Hedged)
PIMCO VIT Low Duration Portfolio
PIMCO VIT Short-Term Portfolio
PIMCO VIT Total Return Portfolio
Western Asset Core Plus VIT Portfolio
Subcategory II Funds
 
MainStay VP Floating Rate
MainStay VP MacKay High Yield Corporate Bond
MainStay VP MacKay Strategic Bond
BlackRock® High Yield V.I. Fund
Columbia Variable Portfolio — Emerging Markets Bond
Category B:
 
Minimum Allocation
0
%
 
Maximum Allocation
70
%
 
Category B Funds
 
MainStay VP American Century Sustainable Equity
MainStay VP Epoch U.S. Equity Yield
MainStay VP Hedge Multi-Strategy
MainStay VP MacKay Convertible
MainStay VP S&P 500 Index
MainStay VP Wellington U.S. Equity
MainStay VP Winslow Large Cap Growth
AB VPS Relative Value Portfolio
American Funds IS Growth Fund
American Funds IS Washington Mutual Investors FundSM
BNY Mellon Sustainable U.S. Equity Portfolio
ClearBridge Variable Appreciation Portfolio
DWS Alternative Asset Allocation VIP
Fidelity® VIP ContrafundSM Portfolio
Fidelity® VIP Equity-Income PortfolioSM
Fidelity® VIP Growth Opportunities Portfolio
MFS® Investors Trust Series
MFS® Research Series
Voya Growth and Income Portfolio
Category C:
 
Minimum Allocation
0
%
 
Maximum Allocation
25
%
 
 
Subcategory I Funds (Maximum Allocation 15% - total among all the subcategory I Funds)
Appendix 1B-1

MainStay VP Small Cap Growth
MainStay VP Wellington Mid Cap
MainStay VP Wellington Small Cap
Columbia Variable Portfolio — Small Cap Value
Fidelity® VIP Extended Market Index Portfolio
Fidelity® VIP Mid Cap Portfolio
Invesco V.I. Main Street Small Cap Fund®
Janus Henderson Enterprise Portfolio
Macquarie VIP Small Cap Value Series
MFS® Mid Cap Value Portfolio
Neuberger Berman AMT Mid Cap Growth Portfolio
 
 
Subcategory II Funds (Maximum Allocation 15% - total among all the subcategory II Funds)
MainStay VP PineStone International Equity
American Funds IS Global Small Capitalization Fund
American Funds IS New World Fund®
Fidelity® VIP Emerging Markets Portfolio
Fidelity® VIP International Index Portfolio
Invesco V.I. EQV International Equity Fund
Janus Henderson Global Research Portfolio
MFS® International Intrinsic Value Portfolio
MFS® Research International Portfolio
Putnam VT International Value Fund
Subcategory III Funds (Maximum Allocation 10% - total among all the subcategory III Funds)
MainStay VP CBRE Global Infrastructure
MainStay VP Fidelity Institutional AM® Utilities
MainStay VP Natural Resources
BNY Mellon IP Technology Growth Portfolio
Fidelity® VIP Health Care Portfolio
Morgan Stanley VIF U.S. Real Estate Portfolio
Principal VC Real Estate Securities Account
Option 3 – Asset Allocation Funds:
Category D:
 
Minimum Allocation
100
%
 
Category D Asset Allocation Funds
 
MainStay VP Balanced
MainStay VP Conservative Allocation
MainStay VP Income Builder
MainStay VP Janus Henderson Balanced
MainStay VP Moderate Allocation
American Funds IS Asset Allocation Fund
BlackRock® Global Allocation V.I. Fund
Fidelity® VIP FundsManager® 60% Portfolio
Franklin Templeton Moderately Aggressive Model Portfolio
Franklin Templeton Moderate Model Portfolio
Franklin Templeton Moderately Conservative Model Portfolio
Franklin Templeton Conservative Model Portfolio
 
Appendix 1B-2

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