Save for Retirement Infographic

Planning to Retire: Yes, No, Maybe?

When it comes to retirement do you have a date in mind? More importantly, do you know if you’re on the right track to reach your retirement goals? Planning for retirement isn’t easy, because a lot of factors go into planning the right retirement for you.

Only 22 percent of workers are very confident that they’ll be able to maintain their standard of living throughout retirement.1 But we believe that a real retirement is within reach when you have a plan that’s been created with your goals in mind.

Check out the infographic below to find out what you need to consider when planning for retirement, and how Nationwide can help.

Save for Retirement infographic

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Consider discussing your retirement goals and plans with a financial advisor who can help make your retirement goals a reality. This resource can assist you in getting the conversation started.

1Nationwide Participant Messaging Platform and Needs Study, Q2 2013.

The Nationwide Group Retirement Series includes unregistered group fixed and variable annuities and trust programs. The unregistered group fixed and variable annuities are issued by Nationwide Life Insurance Company. Trust programs and trust services are offered by Nationwide Trust Company, FSB, a division of Nationwide Bank. Nationwide Investment Services Corporation, member FINRA. In MI only: Nationwide Investment Svcs. Corporation. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated Companies, Home Office: Columbus, OH 43215-2220.

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