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Nationwide Life receives top recognition from Investopedia, Money.com

Nationwide Life has been named Best Overall for life insurance on Investopedia’s recently released ranking of insurers for 2022. 

This is the first year that Investopedia, which independently ranks companies based on objective criteria, has ranked Nationwide among the top life insurers in the country, so taking the top spot for 2022 is an exceptional accomplishment. The honors follow other notable recent recognitions for Nationwide Life by such organizations as J.D. Power, Bankrate, DALBAR, Forbes and LIMRA.

At the same time, Money has named Nationwide Life best for customer satisfaction for long-term care, an area that’s attracting growing attention with the rising cost of health care and an aging U.S. population. Citing government estimates, Money says that 70% of people over the age of 65 will require some form of long-term care. “Having a life insurance policy with options to pay for unexpected expenses is a valuable benefit for Nationwide members and their loved ones,” said Holly Snyder, president of Nationwide Life. 

“We’re so excited to be named Best Overall and best for customer satisfaction all in the same year. This is a strong testament to the value of our life products and our people,” Snyder said. “These awards from Investopedia, Money.com and other industry organizations really confirm that we’re delivering on our noble purpose by providing exceptional products and an extraordinary customer experience.”