Planning LTC Solutions for a Couple Addressing the

Planning LTC Solutions for a Couple Addressing the

Planning LTC Solutions for a Couple Addressing the Different Needs Between Women and Brought to you by the Nationwide Advanced Consulting Group Men FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) Some Things You Need to Know This presentation was not intended by the author to be used, and cannot be used, by anybody for the purpose of avoiding any penalties that may be imposed on you

pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code. The information contained herein was prepared to support the promotion, marketing and/or sale of life insurance contracts, annuity contracts and/or other products and services provided by Nationwide Life Insurance Company. Federal tax laws are complex and subject to change. Neither the company nor its representatives give legal or tax advice. Please consult with an attorney or tax advisor for answers to your specific questions FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 2 Some Things You Need to Know

As your personal situations change (i.e., marriage, birth of a child or job promotion), so will your life insurance needs. Care should be taken to ensure these strategies and products are suitable for long-term life insurance needs. You should weigh your objectives, time horizon and risk tolerance as well as any associated costs before investing. Also, be aware that market volatility can lead to the possibility of the need for additional premium in the policy. Variable life insurance has fees and charges associated with it that include costs of insurance that vary with such characteristics of the insured as gender, health and age, underlying fund charges and expenses, and additional charges for riders that customize a policy to fit your individual needs. This information assumes that the life insurance is not a modified endowment contract, or MEC. As long as the contract meets the non-MEC definitions of IRC Section 7702A, most distributions are taxed on a first-in/first-out basis. Surrender charges may apply to partial surrenders. Loans and partial surrenders from a MEC will generally be taxable, and if taken prior to age 59 , may be subject tot a 10% tax penalty. Loans and partial surrenders will reduce the cash value and the death benefits payable to your beneficiaries, and withdrawals above the

variable free amount will incur surrender charges. If your contract were to lapse with a loan outstanding, the loan amount in excess of basis will be treated as a distribution and all or a portion will be subject to income tax. FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 3 Some Things You Need to Know Riders are offered at an additional cost and may not be available in all states. A life insurance purchase should be based on the life insurance contract, and not optional riders or features. Life insurance is issued by Nationwide Life Insurance Company or Nationwide Life and Annuity Insurance Company, Columbus, Ohio, member of Nationwide Financial.

2013, Nationwide Financial Services, Inc. All rights reserved. Not a deposit Not FDIC or NCUSIF insured Not guaranteed by the institution Not insured by any federal government agency May lose value FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 4 Agenda The Impact of Aging and Care-giving on Men and Women Gender Differences in Sales and Claims Experience Working through a Plan for a Client Mixing Solutions to Provide Maximum Customization Looking at Case Solutions Traditional LTC plus life with LTC Asset based LTC plus life with LTC

Un-insurable spouse- using an indemnity Life/LTC combo product FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 5 The Impact of Long-term Care-giving FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 6 The Different Impact of LTC on Men and Women Long-term care affects women on a different scale than men

The double-edged sword for women After being the caregiver of parents----- After helping care for a spouse----- Women become the cared for Without adequate funding for LTC services Daughters sacrifice income and health Wives sacrifice health and longevity Men sacrifice better care FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 7 Impact on Daughters Informal unpaid care comprises 50% of care in the U.S. 1 75% of unpaid caregivers are WOMEN Usually the wife, daughter or daughter-in-law3 Employed and Middle aged1

60% of female caregivers make career and wage sacrifices2 Cut work hours and pass up promotions 41% are forced to quit job or take leave of absence Lose an average of $565,000 in wages, pensions, S.S, etc 4 More likely to suffer from2: Depression, emotional stress, anger and anxiety Exhaustion and poor physical health Increased substance abuse completelongtermcare.com August 2012--- 2Family Caregiver Alliance, August 2012 ---3AALTCI - American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, Jan. 2013---- 4Senior Care Services.Org Womens Guide to Long-term Care, by Jesse Slome, 2011 1 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 8

Differences in Longevity American Association for Long-term Care Insurance (AALTCI) 2011 Why Women May Live Longer than Men, SHAPE Magazine, November 10,2011 1 2 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 9 Care-giving Impact on Wives Women who care for an ill or disabled spouse: Senior Care Services.Org Womens Guide to Long-term Care, by Jesse Slome, 2011

AALTCI American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, Jan. 2013 3 Family Caregiver Alliance, 2012 and Senior Care Services, 2012 1 2 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 10 Men Lose Out Too Without planned funding for LTC, men sacrifice having the best care available due to: 1 Family Caregiver Alliance, Feb . 2013

FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 11 Gender Differences on LTC Sales and Claims FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 12 Candidates for LTC The Washington Post, Jan 23, 2012, Amy Pahl, Milliman, Inc. - 1AALTCI- American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Sourcebook 2012-2013

1 2 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 13 LTC Sales Differences 1 The 2011 Sourcebook for Long-term Care Insurance Information AALTCI 2011 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 14

LTC Claim Differences 1 The 2011 Sourcebook for Long-term Care Insurance Information AALTCI 2011 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 15 Working Through a Plan for a Client FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 16

Gather Data Request a Long-term Care Cost Assessment Age Marital Status Health Information Desired residence in retirement Adult children in town? Capacity for physical care or advocacy support? Assets and sources of income client will have in retirement Is client debt free?

What disposable income can support LTC costs? What assets are available that a surviving spouse could liquidate? Desire to leave a legacy to heirs Asset source today for fund LTC solution FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 17 Creating a Plan to Address Health Care Costs Client Fact Finder FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 18

Long-term Care Cost Assessment John is estimated to need care first at home around age 80 Services are expected to be needed approximately 7 months Estimated cost - $32,360 If nursing home care is needed 9 months cost of $112,702 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 19 Long-term Care Cost Assessment

Jane is now presumed to be a widow Jane is estimated to need LTC services at age 88 Services are expected to be needed 2 years, 4 months Estimated cost - $440,141 FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 20 Customizing the Potential Need Estimating the total LTC need to insure A. Total estimated cost for both spouses

B. Factors that could lower estimated LTC costs Able adult children may allow for some care to take place at Home or make Assisted Living more feasible There may be income that could help pay for LTC Assets may be available to liquidate home? C. Factor back in amount to preserve for legacy (inheritance) purposes D. A B + C = D (estimated LTC need to be insured) FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 21 Available Funding Sources What income source and/or assets are available to purchase new LTC coverage? General liquidity that is available

Income stream that can be devoted to premium Annual/monthly income source not needed for retirement expenses Required Minimum Distributions from IRA not needed Asset that can be re-purposed Certificate of Deposit Annuity not needed for retirement income Stock or Mutual Fund Accounts FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 22 Mixing Solutions to Provide Maximum Customization FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC

NFM-11444AO (02/13) 23 Which Product? Offering the same identical LTC solution to both spouses may not be ideal. Could result in: Wife purchasing LTC coverage, but husband does not Both purchasing coverage, but optimal solution not reached Wife is more likely to want and buy LTC AND want her husband to purchase coverage as well. Husband is more likely to not want LTC coverage for himself, but will purchase LTC for wife How can the ideal solution for both be reached? FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 24

Deciding on Type of LTC Coverage Potential solutions depend on desired outcome Traditional LTC Policies Help preserve assets to leave to spouse/children Most economical/customizable, no death benefit, potential rate hikes Asset Based (also known as Linked) LTC Help preserve assets left to spouse/children Cost recovery if unneeded through a death benefit Single pay provides return of premium anytime guarantee Ability to get similar coverage periods as a Traditional policy

Life Insurance with a LTC Rider Helps preserve assets left to spouse/children Avoids loss of premium offers true death benefit leverage Provides flexible payment options May enhance inheritance if LTC not needed or partially used FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 25 Liquidity or Income as Funding Source Assumptions: SHE is worried about being a burden to family members and exhausting hard earned assets HE is worried about spending money with no return Solution: Traditional LTC policy for her

Life Insurance with LTC Rider for him Why this works: She can customize a plan to quiet her concerns Life insurance pays a Death Benefit if he doesnt need LTC Can pay by annual premium for both FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 26 Liquidity and Assets Available Assumptions: SHE is worried about being a burden to family, exhausting hard earned assets - BUT - doesnt want to waste money HE believes hell die first and not need care, agrees she may need care, and wants maximum legacy for heirs

Solution: Asset (linked) LTC policy for her Life Insurance with LTC Rider for him Why this works: She gets coverage she wants, return of premium guarantee and cost recovery through a death benefit if LTC is not needed Life/LTC Plan pays for LTC or death benefit if he never needs care Annual premium for Life/LTC coverage - No risk repurpose of an asset for the Asset Based LTC coverage FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 27 Case Study When One is Uninsurable

Assumptions: SHE is healthy, insurable, and wants LTC coverage HE is uninsurable for LTC Solution: Indemnity style Life/LTC combo policy for her Dedicated savings for him CD, Mutual Fund, Annuity Why this works: Life insurance provides key person insurance on the care-giver Indemnity LTC benefits can be fully collected

Excess benefit not needed to care for insured can be used to supplement care costs for the other spouse Hes prepared for some LTC costs PLUS with an Annuity Some companies waive surrender when used for LTC Some companies offer rider to increase income for LTC purposes FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13) 28 Summary Long-term Care is no longer a single solution market place various solutions abound Get your LTC toolbox ready

Be acquainted with the variety of products available Do a thorough gathering of data on your client Get a LTC cost assessment to estimate potential LTC expenses Be sure to design a plan that meets real needs of both spouses which may mean a different product for each Focus on Your married clients Your female clients Your clients age 45-64 for greatest chance of placement ANY client interested in LTC coverage! FOR BROKER/DEALER USE ONLYNOT FOR USE WITH THE PUBLIC NFM-11444AO (02/13)

29 Questions? Independent Dealer: Financial Institutions: Wirehouse/Regionals: Nationwide Agents: Nationwide Financial Network: BGA:

1-800-321-6064 1-800-893-5399 1-800-720-1511 1-888-333-4202 1-877-223-0795 1-888-767-7373 30

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