what keeps you up at night? A seminar for Decision Makers Eric Maher Financial Representative Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company · Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Can I retire in 10 years? Can this business fund my retirement? What if my partner dies? Do I want to do business with his son? Now I’ve personally guaranteed a loan for this business. I could lose everything. If I get hurt and can’t work, what happens to this business? To my family?
Expanding the Business makes sense. Can I get the credit I need? This business is a key part of my life and my family’s life. How do I make sure my family gets to enjoy the value of all my hard work? Why are there so many questions? Where are the answers?
I can’t keep doing it all myself. How do I attract the best and brightest to help me grow this business? My biggest competitor provides top notch benefits. Do I need to provide better benefits? I can’t believe I missed another school event working late. The kids are disappointed, and so am I.
Nearly 80 % of job-seekers rate as very important when considering new job opportunities
70 % of businesses offer some type of group benefit
Health (70 % ) – Dental (40 % )
Drug (60 % ) – Group Life (40 % )
Retirement (43 % ) – Group Disability (33 % )
50% of businesses offer some executive benefits beyond group benefits
LIMRA: “US Small Businesses in 2000, 2001
Employee Benefits * The Network of City Business Journals: The Pulse of American Business 2005, Buying Power 15,920 7,181 1,500 490 Life/disability insurance 78,900 35,580 3,920 2,070 Pension plans 27,470 7,130 1,890 530 Education/training $ 325,980 $ 92,480 $ 14,680 $ 2,490 Health insurance 18,080 3,450 480 30 Dental insurance 100 to 499 EEs 20 to 99 EEs 5 to 19 EEs 1 to 4 EEs Average Per Firm Spending:
What would happen to your income if you could not work? How would the Business pay you?
What role does the Business play in your retirement planning?
Do you have the flexibility to grow the Business, while also providing for your family?
An Integrated Approach for You and the Business Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company · Milwaukee, Wisconsin The products and services referenced are offered and sold only through appropriately appointed and licensed Network Representatives.
Asset and income protection
Group employee benefits
Benefits for select employees
Protect business from loss of owners or key employees
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network (NMFN) is the marketing name for the sales and distribution arm of The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (NM), Milwaukee, WI and its affiliates. NM (life insurance, annuities, and disability income insurance). Northwestern Long Term Care Insurance Company (long-term care insurance), Milwaukee, WI, a subsidiary of NM. Securities and advisory services are offered through Northwestern Mutual Investment Services, LLC (NMIS), 611 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 300, Milwaukee, WI 53202, 1-866-664-7737, registered investment adviser, member NASD and SIPC. Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company, Milwaukee, WI, a wholly-owned company of NM, a limited purpose federal savings bank and a registered investment adviser. The products and services referenced are offered and sold only through appropriately appointed and licensed Network Representatives.
*Offered through Strategic Employee Benefit Services ™ a nationwide program providing employee benefit services exclusively through Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Representatives. Pertaining to slides 16,18,20-22