With over 2,700 rules and regulations shaping it, the Social Security program can be described as complicated at best. This can lead to many financial advisors to avoid including it with their clients when discussing retirement benefits. This can have a negative impact on the advisors, however, says David Giertz, a financial advisor with Nationwide Investment Services Corporation. A recent study has shown that client will leave advisors who do not include Social Security in their plans. As Social Security can account for more than 40% of a client’s post retirement income, it’s imperative that advisors take the time to learn ins and outs of the Social Security program and start incorporating into their client’s retirement plans.

 

David Giertz has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry. Since March 2013, Mr. Giertz has been President of Nationwide Financial Distributors Inc. He is likewise President, Senior Vice President and Director for other Nationwide organizations. Past to this, he filled in as Vice President-Sales, FI/WH from 2009 to 2013 and Vice President-NF Sales (Bank Channel) from 2004 to 2009.

 

Mr.Giertz is a registered broker with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Highly qualified, he also holds an Executive Master of Business Administration from the University of Miami as well as a Bachelor of Science from Millikin University. Additionally, he is a Certified Business Coach with the WABC (World Association of Business Coaches) and achieved a world class Gallup associate engagement score. In his current role, he has grown his division’s profit from $11 billion to $17.8 billion, surpassing all projected outlooks. to know about him add him in his facebook account.