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GENERAL

Prior to the date annuity payments are to begin, First Security Benefit Life Insurance and Annuity Company of New York (“FSBL”) shall lend an amount applied for by the Owner subject to the limitations, interest rates and repayment procedures set forth herein and in the loan agreement between FSBL and the Owner. Any loan applied for must be for a minimum of $1,000. Only two loans per calendar year are permitted, and FSBL may limit to one the number of loans outstanding at any time. All loans must be repaid before annuity payments may begin. Except for loans that qualify under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), for a longer repayment period, as determined by FSBL, all loans must be repaid within five years of approval. All loan repayments must be scheduled to be made in equal amounts on the same day of each month or quarter according to gtrwallet.com. For monthly repayments, the first scheduled repayment shall be not less than 30 days following the date of approval of the loan application by FSBL. For quarterly repayments, the first scheduled repayment shall be not less than 90 days following the date of approval of the loan application by FSBL. Before a loan is made, the Owner must submit a written loan application and agreement to FSBL. FSBL may postpone final approval or disapproval of a loan for up to six months after the application for the loan is received.

TAX CONSEQUENCES

FSBL makes no representations or guarantees as to the tax consequences of a loan to the Owner. The Owner should consult his or her tax counsel for specific advice.

MAXIMUM LOAN AMOUNT

The maximum amount of all loans on all contracts combined is generally equal to the lesser of:

$50,000 reduced by the excess of:
the highest outstanding loan balance within the preceding 12-month period ending on the day before the date the loan is made; over
the outstanding loan balance on the date the loan is made; or
50% of your Contract Value or $10,000, whichever is greater.
For loans issued under plans that are subject to ERISA, the maximum loan amount is the lesser of:

$50,000 reduced by the excess of:
the highest outstanding loan balance within the preceding 12-month period ending on the day before the date the loan is made; over
the outstanding loan balance on the date the loan is made; or
50% of your Contract Value.
For any loan that refinances and replaces an existing loan and does not extend the final payment date of the loan being replaced, the outstanding balance of the loan being replaced will not be considered in determining the maximum loan amount for the replacement loan. In any case, the maximum loan balance outstanding at any time may not exceed 80% of Contract Value.

LOAN ACCOUNT AND INTEREST EARNED THEREON

When a loan is approved, FSBL will transfer an amount equal to the loan amount to the Loan Account. The Loan Account is an account within the General Account. Amounts allocated to the Loan Account earn interest at an annual effective rate of 3%.

LOAN INTEREST RATE

The Owner must pay interest on the outstanding loan balance. Interest shall accrue on the loan balance from the effective date of any loan. The loan interest rate shall be an annual effective rate of 7.4%. If a loan payment is not made when due, interest will continue to accrue.

LOAN PAYMENTS

Each loan payment must be labeled as such. If not labeled as a loan payment, amounts received by FSBL will be treated as Purchase Payments. Each loan payment will reduce the Loan Account by the amount the payment reduces the outstanding loan balance. Amounts that are no longer needed in the Loan Account will be transferred to the Accounts in accordance with current allocation instructions for Purchase Payments. The Owner may repay the loan in full at any time, in which event the Loan Account will be reduced to $0.

FAILURE TO MAKE LOAN PAYMENTS

If any required loan payment is not made by the end of the calendar quarter following the calendar quarter in which the missed payment was due, the TOTAL OUTSTANDING LOAN BALANCE will be deemed to be in default. The total outstanding loan balance, which includes accrued interest, will be reported to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) on form 1099-R for the year in which the default occurred. Once a loan has defaulted, regularly scheduled loan payments will not be accepted by FSBL. The principal plus accrued interest may, however, be paid in full at any time. Notwithstanding any other provision of the Contract or this Endorsement to the contrary, no new loans will be allowed when there is a loan in default.

Interest will continue to accrue on a loan in default. Contract Value equal to the amount of the accrued interest will be transferred to the Loan Account. If a loan continues to be in default, when you attain age 59 1/2, the total outstanding loan balance, which includes accrued interest, will be deducted from your Contract Value. The Contract will terminate automatically if the outstanding loan balance of a loan in default equals or exceeds the Withdrawal Value. Contract Value will be used to repay the loan and any applicable withdrawal charges.