Why People Aren’t Informed About Social Security and Why We Should Change This; David Giertz Weighs In

When prompted by The Wall Street Journal about the need for advisors to communicate with their clients about social security, David Giertz, President of Nationwide Financial’s Distribution and Sales department, imparted a lot of information in the short 2 minute interview. He explained that the lack of communication stems on Facebook mostly from the advisors lack of confidence over their own knowledge of the rules regarding Social Security (the handbook regarding this, he states, has over 2,700 listed rules.)

This is coming from a true source of expertise, as David Giertz (52) has over 30 years of brokering experience and has been working alongside Nationwide as President of his department for 4 years this March, having began his work with the insurance company in March of 2006. Giertz has shown a huge sense of responsibility for the livelihoods of people entering retirement on Nationwide.

During an interview with CNBC he states; “Our parents and grandparents had pensions, but they are drying up and going away,” Giertz goes on to state that his initiative is to create a plan for people retiring that will leave them with as much retirement income as possible and to do so, he intends to “maximize Social Security benefits”. This compassion that he exhibits towards the future of senior citizens can easily be attributed to just how much experience he truly has.

Further in the Wall Street Journal interview, Giertz goes on to explain the potential negative effects not being well informed about Social Security can have on a person’s future. In reference to what makes up the retirement income plan, Giertz states that Social Security can make up for 40% of that.

He ends the interview at http://www.whitepages.com/name/David-L-Giertz/Columbus-OH/7x2w2br with one final reminder of just how important Social Security is and can be for the future of clients.

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