Working with a financial professional can lead to higher
satisfaction among educators with their 403(b).1
Educators working with a financial professional
are more confident investors.1
Those who work with financial professionals credit the
relationship for generating more positive financial outcomes.1
1 Equitable, “The value of the advisor: The impact of advisors on financial outcomes among K–12 educators,” 2022.
2 LIMRA, Not-for-Profit Survey, Q1 2023 results, based on 403(b) plan participants and contributions. This applies specifically and exclusively to Equitable Financial Life Insurance Company (Equitable Financial).
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