Nationwide New Heights® fixed indexed annuity

Choose a new path for your retirement future

Protect and grow your retirement savings

Many individuals planning for retirement today face a dilemma: in today’s low interest rate environment, how do you protect the money you’ve worked so hard for while continuing to grow your savings? A Nationwide New Heights fixed indexed annuity can help you potentially accumulate assets for retirement and protect your savings from downside market risk.

  • Capital preservation – Regardless of how the index performs, your premium and credited earnings are protected from downside market risk1
  • Accumulation – New Heights offers multiple indices and strategy options to provide growth potential in a variety of market environments
  • Two optional riders can provide enhanced opportunities and additional guarantees:

Riders are optional, available for an additional cost and must be elected at contract issue. Only one rider may be selected.

1 Please note that the optional rider charge will reduce the value of the annuity contract.

Annuities have limitations. They are long-term vehicles designed for retirement purposes. They are not intended to replace emergency funds, to be used as income for day-to-day expenses or to fund short-term savings goals. Please read the contract, product brochure, and Disclosure Summary for complete details.

Nationwide New Heights, an individual, single purchase payment, deferred fixed index annuity is issued by Nationwide Life and Annuity Insurance Company, Columbus, Ohio. Please note, the contract does not directly participate in any stock or equity investments. Withdrawals are subject to income tax, and withdrawals before age 59½ may be subject to a 10% early withdrawal federal tax penalty. Nationwide Life and Annuity Insurance Company, Columbus, Ohio 43215.

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