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Northwestern Mutual’s 2022 Dividend Payout to Policyowners to Be Largest Ever – $6.5 Billion

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MILWAUKEE, Oct. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — During a time of continued economic uncertainty, Northwestern Mutual has maintained its unquestionable long-term financial strength and stability, and today announced that its policyowners will receive an estimated $6.5 billion in dividends next year. The 2022 payout will mark both a new record for Northwestern Mutual and 150 consecutive years of the company awarding a dividend.

Dividends are one of the most important ways that Northwestern Mutual demonstrates its mutuality by sharing its success and delivering value to the policyowners of its insurance products. Those who receive dividends – the owners of the company’s whole life insurance, term insurance, disability insurance, and many of its annuities – can apply the funds in a variety of ways. Policyowners can use their annual dividends to increase the accumulated value of their life policy, in some cases increase the death benefit, reduce the out-of-pocket cost of their premiums, or fund immediate needs by receiving their dividends as distributions in cash.

“Some may find it extraordinary that we’re paying policyowners the largest-ever, industry-leading dividend even …

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Why Dont People Like Joe Biden Let Me Count the Ways

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Bored with kicking around Covid-19 like the political football it has become, the chattering class has taken on a new cause: why do so many people dislike the US president?

It would take several encyclopedia-size volumes to fully answer that question, but let’s try to be brief. Anointed by Barack Obama himself last year despite an abysmal primary performance, Biden slunk into the Democrats’ prime

Source: bignewsnetwork.com

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More Tragedy in Afghanistan Is Just Beginning After the U.S. Withdrawal

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The Americans are gone, the war is over, but the worst is arguably yet to come in Afghanistan.

The country is facing an unprecedented crisis. Afghan civilians have always disproportionately experienced the effects of war and they will now also disproportionately experience what may be an even worse peace – if one can even call it that.

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Ships Keep Coming, Pushing US Port Logjam and Waits to Records

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Strained supply chains have become an economic drag on the world’s largest economy and a political risk for President Joe Biden

Original Article: tbsnews.net

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