Help your clients achieve new levels of financial freedom. Watch this video and consider your client’s Financial Life Spectrum. Help clients build, protect and extend their assets with Life Insurance and the innovative Asset Protector. Watch video.View Consumer Flyer.
Nationwide March Economic Dashboard
It is increasingly likely that first quarter real GDP growth will be weak again (around 1.0 percent). But other data suggest that activity is strengthening. The Fed made its first non-December tightening move since 2005, as inflation has edged up and unemployment declined to full-employment levels. Surprisingly, long-term rates responded by slipping modestly. Find more perspectives inside.
Client Video: The Journey To and Through Retirement
Is there a gap between your clients’ retirement strategy and their desired retirement destination? This new video can help your clients better understand some challenges that they may face in retirement – and show you how a fixed index universal life (FIUL) insurance policy can help address these concerns. View video.
Women and LTC
Did you know? According to a recent survey, two in three women would prefer to receive care at home, rather than in a nursing facility. However, only 12 percent of women over the age of 50 have discussed long term care with their financial advisor. Read more from Nationwide Insurance, and encourage your clients to explore their LTC options.
Consumer Protection Tips
We all want to make sure your clients are protected and feel good about the financial decision they are about to make. Help them be more prepared by using our consumer protection tips with your clients, so that they can safeguard their financial transaction before they buy, while making a purchase and after. Learn more.
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