The Nationwide High Point 365® Lifetime Income Rider (High Point 365) can be added to a Nationwide New Heights® Fixed Indexed Annuity for an additional cost. High Point 365 has an annual rider charge rate of 0.95% for the life of the contract. The cost is calculated on the high point income benefit base and is deducted from the contract value every quarter.

High Point 365 is only available at contract issue. In order to purchase this rider, you (and your spouse, if the joint option is chosen) must be 40 - 80 years old at contract issue.1

Key features of High Point 365

Growth potential, even after lifetime income payments have started

The higher value between:
  • A daily step-up feature on the income benefit base that captures the highest daily balanced allocation value2
  • A 1% compound interest annual roll-up on your purchase payment for 10 years (or until the first lifetime withdrawal, whichever comes first)

Competitive payout percentages that increase the longer you wait to take lifetime income3

A joint option for continuing income for your spouse. (Note: If joint option is elected at issue, the lifetime payout percentage is based on the younger life and will be lower.)

Available products

The High Point 365 is available with any Nationwide New Heights Fixed Indexed Annuity, which offers you the ability to help protect your assets while also positioning you for growth opportunities on a daily basis.

Nationwide New Heights® 9

This annuity has a 9-year contingent deferred sales charges (CDSC) schedule4 and an annual rider charge rate of 0.95%.

Nationwide New Heights® 10

This annuity has a 10-year contingent deferred sales charges (CDSC) schedule4 and an annual rider charge rate of 0.95%.

Nationwide New Heights® 12

This annuity has a 12-year contingent deferred sales charges (CDSC) schedule4 and an annual rider charge rate of 0.95%.

Nationwide High Point 365 Lifetime Income Rider brochures

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[1] For New Heights 12: Maximum issue age is 75 years (64 years in Florida).
[2] The balanced allocation value monitors the daily fluctuations of your contract and is the greater of the contract value plus any unrealized earnings or the Return of Purchase Payment Guarantee amount.
[3] Lifetime income payments cannot begin until after the fifth contract anniversary and the date that the youngest covered life reaches age 50. Once the contract is issued, the range of lifetime payout percentages applicable to your contract will not change; however, payout percentages increase within that range every year income is deferred until the maximum payout percentage is reached. Once the lifetime income payments begin, the payout percentage will not change.

[4] In CA, CDSC is called a surrender charge. CDSC schedules may vary by state.

A variable annuity is a contract you purchase from an insurance company, designed for long-term investing. The values will fluctuate based on investment option performance. Investing involves market risk, including possible loss of principal. They have some limitations and you may be charged penalties if you take your money out early. Withdrawals may be subject to ordinary income taxes, and if you are under age 59½, you may pay a 10% federal tax penalty also. Fees and charges can vary.

Variable products are sold by prospectus. Both the product prospectus and underlying fund prospectuses can be obtained from your investment professional or by writing to Nationwide Life Insurance Company. P.O. Box. 182021 Columbus, OH 43218-2021. Before investing, carefully consider the fund's investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses. The product prospectus and underlying fund prospectuses contain this and other important information. Read the prospectuses carefully before investing.

Riders and options may not be available in all states. In New York, the features and costs may be different. Ask your Investment professional for details. Protections and guarantees are subject to the claims-paying ability of the issuing company. They do not apply to the investment performance or safety of the underlying investment options.