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LFD0608-1865 Agenda items The uncertainty of the future Important things to consider Different investments that could be right for you
LFD0608-1865 Agenda items The uncertainty of the future Traditional sources of income Longevity Inflation Market volatility Healthcare costs
LFD0608-1865 The uncertainty of the future Traditional sources of income Social Security If youre 56 years old now, and earned $40,000 in 2005 and 2006, your Social Security benefit could be just $1,548 per month if you retire in 2016. 1 Pension plans 200 FORTUNE 1000 corporations eliminated or froze their defined benefit plans from 2002–2004. 2 1 Includes inflation. Source: Social Security Administration online calculator. 2 Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele, The Broken Promise, Time, Oct. 31, 2005, pages 32 – 47.
LFD0608-1865 The uncertainty of the future What are your chances at age 65 of your retirement lasting longer than 25 years? Source: 2000 Annuity Tables, April 2005. 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Age At least one spouse Individual 8090100 Longevity
LFD0608-1865 Risks of investing Inflation risk If over 30 years, the value of $1 decreases by 3% per year* *The average rate of inflation is 3% over the past 20 years. Inflation is represented by the Consumer Price Index. $1.50 $3.00 $7.28 $8.00 $19.42 Current average cost Projected cost
LFD0608-1865 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $0 Jan 56 Dec 80 Dec 90 Dec 2005 Dec 05 Dec 70 Dec 60 The uncertainty of the future Market volatility The S&P 500 Index measures the performance of 500 widely held, mostly large-cap common stocks weighted by market value.Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You cannot invest in an index. Data source: Ibbotson Associated, March 2006 S&P 500 Index total return S&P 500 Index inflation-adjusted total return
LFD0608-1865 The uncertainty of the future Healthcare costs
Agenda items Important things to consider How important is protection? Will I need access to my money? Who do I need to provide for? How much will I need?
LFD0608-1865 Important things to consider How important is protection to me?
LFD0608-1865 Important things to consider Will I need access to my money?
LFD0608-1865 Important things to consider Source: Jim Pavia, Sandwich Generation Supporting Kids and Parents, Investment News, September 19, 2005. Who do I need to provide for? 44% of Americans, age 44–55, provide care to aging parents, and to children under 21. College tuition costs are soaring and outpacing inflation.
LFD0608-1865 Important things to consider How much will I need? People who expect personal savings to provide the largest source of their retirement income! 1 The amount youll need to generate today for every $1 you take in retirement income. Thats how much inflation could affect your ability to maintain your lifestyle 20 years from now. 2 1 2006 Retirement Confidence Survey Fact Sheet, EBRI, April 2006. 2 Assumes 30 years of income with no interest earned on the principal, and 3.1% inflation.
LFD0608-1865 Agenda items Different investments that could be right for you Cash Bonds Equities Qualified plans Real estate Life insurance Annuities
LFD0608-1865 Different investments that could be right for you Cash A comparison of $1 not invested vs. $1 invested in a Treasury bill and adjusted for inflation over a 30-year period. Source: Ibbotson Associates, 4/06 U.S. Treasury Bill Inflation Adjusted Total Return.
LFD0608-1865 Different investments that could be right for you Bonds Data source: U.S. Long- Term Government Bond Index (Inflation Adjusted). Calculated by Ibbotson Associates based on bonds of approximately 20 years maturity. U.S. Government bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. govt. Assumes a $10,000 investment in 10-year U.S. Treasury Bonds with no withdrawals and reinvestment of interest over the 30-year period shown. For return with inflation, the $10,000 principal was adjusted for inflation each year using Ibbotsons U.S. Inflation Index. Bond Return source : Federal Reserve U.S. 10-year Constant Maturity Bond - Indexes are unmanaged and unavailable for direct investment.
LFD0608-1865 Different investments that could be right for you Equities Positive and negative years of the S&P 500 Index 1926–2005 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% -20% -40% Positive 71% Negative -29% The S&P 500 Index measures the performance of 500 widely held, mostly large-cap common stocks weighted by market value.Past performance is no guarantee of future results. You cannot invest in an index. Data source: Ibbotson Associated, March 2006
LFD0608-1865 Different investments that could be right for you Qualified plans This hypothetical graph does not include the impact of any fees or sales charges, including mortality and expense risk, asset based administrative, contingent deferred sales charges, or annual contract charge. If these were reflected, results of the tax-deferred account would have been lower. This example assumes taxes were paid from the taxable account at a 35% income tax rate. The actual tax rates will depend on income levels. The lower the tax rate, the more favorable a taxable account will compare, because the difference in performance will be reduced.
LFD0608-1865 Different investments that could be right for you Real estate Assumes 10,000 investment over 30-year period. Inflation source: Housing CPI, Bureau of Labor Statistics. These examples are for illustrative, educational, and informational purposes only. Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) House Price Index (HPI), 2006. The HPI is a measure designed to capture changes in the value of single-family homes in the U.S. as a whole, in various regions of the country, and in the individual states and the District of Columbia. The HPI is published by OFHEO using data provided by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
LFD0608-1865 Different investments that could be right for you Life insurance Assumes the need for $100,000 death benefit and the probability of 65-year-old individual dying before age 70 (based on the 2000 Annuity Mortality Tables, 3/06).
LFD0608-1865 Different investments that could be right for you Annuities Annuities are long-term investment vehicles designed for retirement purposes. Withdrawals may be subject to surrender charges. Withdrawals are subject to ordinary income tax, and if taken prior to age 59½, a 10% IRS penalty may also apply. Fixed Annuities: These provide a guaranteed payment amount. Fixed Indexed Annuities: These offer credited interest based on the performance of an index (such as the S&P 500). Because they are not investments, their values will not fluctuate. As fixed annuities, they typically have a minimum interest rate guarantee. Variable Annuities: The value will fluctuate based on the investment options the owner selects. These are sold by prospectus.
LFD0608-1865 Putting your knowledge to use Jeanies concerns: being able to enjoy life with her children and grandchildren being prepared for retirement Jeanies investments: real estate - Jeanie and Al had grown equity in their house. annuity - Jeanie took Als savings after he passed away and decided to buy an annuity.
LFD0608-1865 Only the beginning Learn to face the future with confidence!
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