David Giertz is the president of sales and distribution at Nationwide Financing. He gave his opinion on social security to the Wall Street Journal. He started by pointing out how people who chose to invest in social security were unaware of the different plans that were available to them. One can choose a plan that fits them depending on the time that they wish to retire.
David Giertz gave an example of how people in their twenties have different needs compared to an individual who is scheduled to retire in a few years time. People usually go for the first option that they get because they do not know the options that they have. It may not be the most appropriate for them.
Giertz explains that the person at fault is not the one looking for social security but the one who is responsible for signing them up. The official that is handling the plan of the clients should go over the plans so that the customer is able to make an informed decision depending on their situation on bloomberg.com. This is the main reason why people opt for advisors who will present all the information to them and then explain the returns and benefits of each one.
David Giertz is a financial advisor. He has more than three decades of experience. He is an accredited broker and is registered with FINRA. He started his career at Financial Horizons Security Corporation in 1989 where he worked for four years. Giertz then joined Citicorp Investment Services and maintained his role at the company until 1999 at http://financial-advisors.credio.com/l/314999/David-Giertz.
David moved to his current employer known as Nationwide Investment Services Corporation in 1999. He was promoted to vice president of Nationwide Financing Sales in 2004 on soundcloud.com. He held the same position at Nationwide Financial Services. Giertz was appointed the president of Nationwide Financial Distributors and the senior vice president of Nationwide Life Insurance Company in 2013.