Webcast: Northwestern Mutual: Strength, Stability, and Financial Security in Volatile Times
These are unprecedented times. As our country continues to navigate and respond to the coronavirus, it's a time of questions what will happen next, how life will change in the coming days and weeks, what's in store for the economy, and more.
Northwestern Mutual executive leadership shares their long-term view on the Coronavirus impact. During this webcast, you'll hear:
- Market perspective and personal insights from senior leaders, tackling the most common questions we're hearing
- Northwestern Mutual's long-term view of the US economy and why it's optimistic
- How Northwestern Mutual is uniquely positioned to help our clients
Northwestern Mutual continues to have the highest financial strength ratings awarded to any U.S. life insurer by all four of the major rating agencies: A.M. Best Company, A++ (highest), April 2020; Fitch Ratings, AAA (highest), May 2020; Moody's Investors Service, Aaa (highest), September 2019; S&P Global Ratings, AA+ (second highest), June 2020. Third‐party ratings are subject to change. Ratings are for The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company and Northwestern Long Term Care Insurance Company.
Dividends are subject to change and are not guaranteed however Northwestern Mutual has paid them every year since 1872.
Utilizing the cash value through policy loans, surrenders, or cash withdrawals will reduce the death benefit; and may necessitate greater outlay than anticipated and/or result in an unexpected taxable event. Assumes a non-Modified Endowment Contract (MEC).
Integration example compares average ending values of whole life Insurance versus buy term and invest the difference.
-$500k death benefit need
-Investment portfolio of both stocks and bonds
-24% income tax rate
-Other taxes and fees applied