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Some things can wait… your future isn’t one of them.
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50% 33%84,000 Will your pension be enough? 1)Source: NCPERS Research Series: The Top Ten Advantages of Maintaining Defined Benefit Pensions. May )Source: Secrets to Living Longer With Barbara Walters, ABC News Special, April )Source: Testimony of Dallas L. Salisbury, President, Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) to House Ways and Means Committee Average annual public pension % ending salary after 25-years service 1 People over 100 years-old in the U.S. 2 “Greater confidence in UFOs than Social Security” 3 55%50,00025%
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Assumes an annual income of $38,000 and a 25% tax rate. Withdrawals are taxed as ordinary income. Neither Nationwide or its representatives give tax or legal advice. = In accountOut of take-home pay $75 from your take-home pay is $100 in your account Money goes in before taxes come out
Compounding can help you reach your goals This illustration is a hypothetical compounding example that assumes bi-weekly deferrals of $100 (for 35 years) at an 7% annual effective rate of return. It illustrates the principle of time and compounding. It is not intended to predict or project the investment results of any specific investment. Investment returns are not guaranteed and will vary according to market experience. If fees, taxes and expenses were reflected, the hypothetical returns would be less. $ from 7% growth (average rate of return) $100 from Chris’s pay (principal) $91,000 Principal Principal x 1 Principal x 2 Principal x 3 Principal x 4 Growth $371,370 Chris’s account Balance after 35 years
$100 per bi-weekly pay, 7% hypothetical growth rate until age 65 Starts at age 30 Stops at age 40 Contributes for 10 years Starts at age 40 Stops at age 65 Contributes for 25 years JaneDon $201,453 $169,917 invested $26,000 invested $65,000 This illustration is a hypothetical compounding calculation assuming a rate of return of 7%. It is not intended to serve as a projection or prediction of the investment results of any specific investments. Investments are not guaranteed. Depending on the underlying investments, returns may be higher or lower. If fees and expenses had been considered in this illustration, the return would have been less. Interest compounded annually based on bi-weekly contributions. Starting early can have a lasting impact
It’s your money—you’re in control Investing involves risk including possible loss of principal You decide how much to invest Start or stop any time Make changes in-person, online or by phone Emergency withdrawals
You decide how to invest Conservative investments typically have less growth (and loss) potential than more aggressive investments -5% +5% +15% -15% +25% -25% -1% +3% ConservativeAggressive This illustration is not intended to serve as a projection or prediction of the investment results of any specific investments. Investments are not guaranteed. The use of asset allocation does not guarantee profits or insulate from losses in a down market.
You decide where to invest Fund prospectuses can be obtained by calling Before investing, carefully consider the fund’s investment objectives, risks, and charges and expenses. The fund prospectus contains this and other important information. Read prospectuses carefully before investing. Investing involves market risk including possible loss of principal. Confident choosing & managing investments Want professional asset allocation Want automatic re-balancing Want to hire experts to actively manage your investments Nationwide ProAccount ® Nationwide Investor Destinations ® Do it yourself Nationwide Target Destinations ®
Some things can wait… Your future isn’t one of them.
Simplify with a single account Qualified retirement plans, deferred compensation plans and individual retirement accounts are all different, including fees and when you can access funds. Assets rolled-over from your account(s) may be subject to surrender charges, other fees and/or a 10% penalty if withdrawn before age 59½.