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1 Table of Contents Table of Contents... 1 Disclaimer... 2 Basics of Life... 4 Survivor Costs... 5 Survivor Costs vs. Resources... 9 Survivor Portfolio Survivor Costs vs. Resources w/ Add'l Survivor Portfolio w/ Add'l Life Gap Analysis Life Resource & Expense Summary Life Summary... 29

2 Disclaimer The following report is a diagnostic tool intended to review your current financial situation and suggest potential planning ideas and concepts that may be of benefit. The purpose of the report is to illustrate how accepted financial and estate planning principles may improve your current situation. This report is based upon information and assumptions provided by you (the client). This report provides broad and general guidelines on the advantages of certain financial planning concepts and does not constitute a recommendation of any particular technique. The consolidated report is provided for informational purposes as a courtesy to you. We recommend that you review your plan annually, unless changes in your personal or financial circumstances require more frequent review. All reports should be reviewed in conjunction with your fact summary and this Disclaimer page. The term "plan" or "planning," when used within this report, does not imply that a recommendation has been made to implement one or more financial plans or make a particular investment. Nor does the plan or report provide legal, accounting, financial, tax or other advice. Rather, the report and the illustrations therein provide a summary of certain potential financial strategies. The reports provide projections based on various assumptions and are therefore hypothetical in nature and not guarantees of investment returns. You should consult your tax and/or legal advisors before implementing any transactions and/or strategies concerning your finances. Additionally, this report may not reflect all holdings or transactions, their costs, or proceeds received by you. It may contain information on assets that are not held at the broker/dealer with whom your financial representative is registered. As such, those assets will not be included on the broker/dealer s books and records. Prices that may be indicated in this report are obtained from sources we consider reliable but are not guaranteed. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance and it is important to realize that actual results may differ from the projections contained in this report. The presentation of investment returns set forth in this report does not reflect the deduction of any commissions. Projected valuations and/or rates of return may not take into account surrender charges on products you might own. They will reflect any fees or product charges when entered by the advisor/ representative. Deduction of such charges will result in a lower rate of return. It is important to compare the information on this report with the statements you receive from the custodian(s) for your account(s). Please note that there may be minor variations due to calculation methodologies. If you have any questions, please contact your financial representative. Also, your account(s) may not be covered by FDIC or SIPC. FDIC and SIPC coverages apply only to certain assets and may be subject to limitations. Questions about coverage that may apply should be directed to the asset provider or sponsor. The information contained in this report is not written or intended as financial, tax or legal advice. The information provided herein may not be relied on for purposes of avoiding any federal tax penalties. You are encouraged to seek financial, tax and legal advice from your professional advisors. Tools such as the Monte Carlo simulation will yield different results depending on the variables inputted, and the assumptions underlying the calculation. For those reports that perform a Monte Carlo analysis, the term 'Monte Carlo' will be included in the report title. The assumptions with respect to the simulation include the assumed rates of return and standard deviations of the portfolio model associated with each asset. The assumed rates of return are based on the historical rates of returns and standard deviations, for certain periods of time, for the benchmark indexes comprising the asset classes in the model portfolio. Since the market data used to generate these rates of return change over time your results will vary with each use over time.

3 Monte Carlo Analysis is a mathematical process used to implement complex statistical methods that chart the probability of certain financial outcomes at certain times in the future. This charting is accomplished by generating hundreds of possible economic scenarios that could affect the performance of your investments. The Monte Carlo simulation uses at most 1000 scenarios to determine the probability of outcomes resulting from the asset allocation choices and underlying assumptions regarding rates of return and volatility of certain asset classes. Some of these scenarios will assume very favorable financial market returns, consistent with some of the best periods in investing history for investors. Some scenarios will conform to the worst periods in investing history. Most scenarios will fall somewhere in between. The outcomes presented using the Monte Carlo simulation represent only a few of the many possible outcomes. Since past performance and market conditions may not be repeated in the future, your investment goals may not be fulfilled by following advice that is based on the projections. I/We have received and read this Disclaimer page and understand its contents and, therefore, the limitations of the report. Furthermore, I understand that none of the calculations and presentations of investment returns are guaranteed. Client(s): Jon Traditional Date Katie Traditional Date Advisor: Jim Adkins Date

4 Basics of Life A comprehensive financial plan often includes an insurance and risk management analysis. This type of analysis is meant to help define lifestyle expectations in the event of your (or your spouse s) death and whether adequate and appropriate resources exist to meet your family's future financial needs. Lifestyle Expectations Clearly, replacing the lost income of a decedent is a significant factor when determining the necessary resources in the event of a premature death. However, there are other financial and lifestyle considerations that could affect your resource needs, such as: What type of family environment is desirable after the death of one parent? Will the survivor work full-time? Part-time? Return to work in several years? Would the survivor need extra day-care or nanny services? Would the survivor want to pay off large debts such as mortgages? Would the survivor want to pre-fund large expenditures such as college in advance? Amount of Coverage There are several rules of thumb that are sometimes used to help determine the necessary life insurance coverage. Unfortunately, those types of estimates are too often inaccurate and fail to accommodate any unique situations or expectations. Determining the proper amount of insurance coverage is often part science and part art and an experienced advisor can help you with that process. Type of Coverage In addition to the amount of insurance, the type of insurance should be considered as well. Term policies may be appropriate for some clients while for others permanent coverage might be a necessity or provide additional advantages. Quality of Existing Policies and Insurers Especially with recent market turmoil, the value of highly rated and conservative insurance companies has never been more obvious. Existing policies should be regularly examined for their performance as well as the ratings of the insurer in general. Your insurance should be reviewed periodically to determine if the policy continues to meet your needs. Non-Financial Considerations It is also vital to have plans relating to the care of children or other dependents in the event both parents are deceased. Your wishes must be detailed in your will or other estate planning documents or you risk having the state determine the guardian of any children. Estate planning attorneys are used to help craft the necessary documents to ensure your wishes are followed. This analysis must be reviewed in conjunction with the limitations and conditions disclosed in the Disclaimer page. Projections are based on assumptions provided by the advisor/representative, and are not guaranteed. Actual results will vary, perhaps to a significant degree. The projected reports are hypothetical in nature and for illustrative purposes only. Return assumptions do not reflect the deduction of any commissions. They will reflect any fees or product charges when entered by the advisor/ representative. Deduction of such charges would result in a lower rate of return. Consult your tax and/or legal advisor before implementing any tax or legal strategies. Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 4 of 29

5 Survivor Costs Base Facts with Premature Death - Client When a person dies, their family members are left with many expenses they must face. Everyday living expenses, ongoing liabilities such as mortgage payments, and the funding of education for children are just a few examples of the expenses that may need to be covered. Survivor costs start in 2014, the year after Jon's death, and last through Katie's death in Survivor living expenses are $85,000 (in today s dollars) and grow at 3.73% beginning immediately. Expenses taken into account include: Survivor Living Expenses $7,864,233 Liability Payments $119,427 Education Expenses 529 Plan Net Education Expenses $236,032 ($119,906) $116,126 Additional Expenses $502,180 SUMMARY Survivor Years (40 years) Living Expenses (2014) $88,171 Living Expenses $7,864,233 Survivor Costs $8,601,966 Additional expenses may include taxes, premiums, and other defined expenses. Katie's living expenses are projected to be $88,171 in 2014 and $367,788 in survivor costs are projected to be $8,601,966. Survivor Costs The chart below illustrates total expenses from 2014 through This analysis must be reviewed in conjunction with the limitations and conditions disclosed in the Disclaimer page. Projections are based on assumptions provided by the advisor/representative, and are not guaranteed. Actual results will vary, perhaps to a significant degree. The projected reports are hypothetical in nature and for illustrative purposes only. Return assumptions do not reflect the deduction of any commissions. They will reflect any fees or product charges when entered by the advisor/ representative. Deduction of such charges would result in a lower rate of return. Consult your tax and/or legal advisor before implementing any tax or legal strategies. Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 5 of 29

6 Survivor Costs Base Facts with Premature Death - Client Year Age Living Expenses Liability Payments Expense Flows Premiums Miscellaneous Expenses Taxes Paid Expenses Outflows /51 $88,171 $15,840 $0 $200 $8,000 $5,860 $118,071 $118, /52 91,460 15, ,000 5, , , /53 94,871 15, ,000 4, , , /54 98,410 15,840 10, ,000 1, , , /55 102,081 15,840 51, ,000 1, , , /56 105,889 15,840 53, , , , /57 109,839 24, , , , /58 113, , , /59 118, , , /60 122, , , /61 127, , , /62 131, , , , /63 136, , , , /64 141, , , , /65 147, , , , /66 152, , , , /67 158, , , ,387 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 6 of 29

7 Year Age Living Expenses Liability Payments Expense Flows Premiums Miscellaneous Expenses Taxes Paid Expenses Outflows /68 164, , , , /69 170, , , , /70 176, , , , /71 183, , , , /72 190, , , , /73 197, , , , /74 204, , , , /75 212, , , , /76 220, , , , /77 228, , , , /78 236, , , , /79 245, , , , /80 255, , , , /81 264, , , , /82 274, , , , /83 284, , , , /84 295, , , , /85 306, , , , /86 317, , , , /87 329, , , ,758 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 7 of 29

8 Year Age Living Expenses Liability Payments Expense Flows Premiums Miscellaneous Expenses Taxes Paid Expenses Outflows /88 341, , , , /89 354, , , , /90 367, , , ,771 s $7,864,233 $119,427 $116,126 $200 $56,000 $445,980 $8,601,966 $8,601,966 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 8 of 29

9 Survivor Costs vs. Resources Base Facts with Premature Death - Client Income sources like salary and Social Security can help offset the survivor's expenses. Investment income and other inflows such as insurance benefits, asset sales, and income from a business may also be available to the survivor. Income and portfolio assets available to Katie at the beginning of 2014, the year after Jon's death, include: Salary & Other Income $22,013 Taxable, Cash, & Options $339,270 Tax Advantaged $679,185 Current Life $750,000 Salary, other income, and investment income total $22,013. Portfolio assets at the beginning of 2014 total $1,768,455 and result in cumulative withdrawals of $3,295,859. Survivor costs total $8,601,966 and your income and withdrawals combine for $5,767,291 which accounts for 67% of survivor s costs. SUMMARY Survivor Costs $8,601,966 Income + $5,767,291 Pct Funded by Resources 67% Unfunded Years 16 Portfolio (2053) ($2,852,704) Survivor Resource Usage The chart below highlights how the survivor s resources are used after first death. These resources are expected to fund approximately 67% of the survivor's costs. This analysis must be reviewed in conjunction with the limitations and conditions disclosed in the Disclaimer page. Projections are based on assumptions provided by the advisor/representative, and are not guaranteed. Actual results will vary, perhaps to a significant degree. The projected reports are hypothetical in nature and for illustrative purposes only. Return assumptions do not reflect the deduction of any commissions. They will reflect any fees or product charges when entered by the advisor/ representative. Deduction of such charges would result in a lower rate of return. Consult your tax and/or legal advisor before implementing any tax or legal strategies. Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 9 of 29

10 Survivor Costs vs. Resources Base Facts with Premature Death - Client Year Age Income Flows Proceeds Supplemental Planned Resources Outflows Deficit/Surplus Portfolio /51 $22,013 $96,115 $0 $0 $118,128 $118,071 $57 $1,764, /52 22,835 97, , , ,758, /53 23,687 99, , , ,751, / , , , ,708, / , , , ,620, / , , , ,523, / ,557 9, , , ,462, / , , ,936 2,419 1,428, / , , ,186 1,302 1,390, / , , , ,346, / , , , ,296, / , , , ,217, / , , ,454 1,681 1,117, / , , , ,006, /65 61, , , , , /66 62, , , , , /67 64, , , , ,138 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 10 of 29

11 Year Age Income Flows Proceeds Supplemental Planned Resources Outflows Deficit/Surplus Portfolio /68 66, , , , , /69 68, , , ,864 2, , /70 70, ,208 9, , ,770 7, , /71 73, ,478 5, , , , /72 75, ,785 1, , , , /73 77, , , , , /74 80, , , , , /75 82, , , ,287 (37,415) (37,415) /76 85, , ,366 (141,043) (178,458) /77 88, , ,738 (146,680) (325,138) /78 90, , ,427 (152,532) (477,670) /79 93, , ,437 (158,599) (636,269) /80 96, , ,792 (164,901) (801,170) /81 100, , ,485 (171,428) (972,598) /82 103, , ,546 (178,204) (1,150,802) /83 106, , ,974 (185,225) (1,336,027) /84 110, , ,806 (192,523) (1,528,550) /85 113, , ,031 (200,082) (1,728,632) /86 117, , ,676 (207,924) (1,936,556) /87 121, , ,758 (216,061) (2,152,617) Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 11 of 29

12 Year Age Income Flows Proceeds Supplemental Planned Resources Outflows Deficit/Surplus Portfolio /88 125, , ,288 (224,499) (2,377,116) /89 130, , ,286 (233,253) (2,610,369) /90 134, , ,771 (242,335) (2,852,704) s $2,471,432 $925,154 $2,354,037 $16,668 $5,767,291 $8,601,966 ($2,834,675) Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 12 of 29

13 Survivor Portfolio Base Facts with Premature Death - Client In the event of a death, the survivor has two resources: income and portfolio assets. Portfolio assets are a survivor s last safety net, and should be managed wisely in order to achieve the correct balance between growth and withdrawals. Portfolio assets are projected to be $1,768,455 at the beginning of 2014, the year after Jon s death. Portfolio assets include $750,000 of life insurance death benefits payable to Katie. These assets, combined with their cumulative projected investment growth and savings of $1,527,404, are projected to produce $3,295,859 in total withdrawals. Portfolio assets are projected to be $1,768,455 at the beginning of Based upon projected growth, savings, and withdrawals, Katie is projected to first deplete portfolio assets at age 75 in 2038, resulting in 16 unfunded years. Planned withdrawals such as required minimum distributions are projected to total $16,668. Supplemental withdrawals are projected to total $3,279,191, and are required when income and planned withdrawals are not enough to cover your expenses in any year. SUMMARY Portfolio (2014) at Beginning of Year $1,768,455 Growth & Savings $1,527,404 ( ) $3,295,859 First Unfunded Year 2038 Unfunded Years 16 Portfolio and The chart below shows total annual withdrawals in relation to total portfolio assets from 2014 to This analysis must be reviewed in conjunction with the limitations and conditions disclosed in the Disclaimer page. Projections are based on assumptions provided by the advisor/representative, and are not guaranteed. Actual results will vary, perhaps to a significant degree. The projected reports are hypothetical in nature and for illustrative purposes only. Return assumptions do not reflect the deduction of any commissions. They will reflect any fees or product charges when entered by the advisor/ representative. Deduction of such charges would result in a lower rate of return. Consult your tax and/or legal advisor before implementing any tax or legal strategies. Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 13 of 29

14 Survivor Portfolio Base Facts with Premature Death - Client Year Age Proceeds Taxable Cash Retirement Portfolio /51 $691,385 $317,853 $36,610 $718,575 $1,764,423 $96, /52 628, ,746 36, ,261 1,758,726 97, /53 559, ,433 36, ,377 1,751,113 99, /54 452, ,955 37, ,064 1,708, , /55 295, ,353 38, ,473 1,620, , /56 126, ,671 38, ,765 1,523, , / ,955 28,725 1,008,107 1,462, , / ,034 3,008 1,066,679 1,428, , / ,498 4,310 1,128,669 1,390, , / ,484 4,605 1,194,277 1,346, , / ,366 4,930 1,263,716 1,296, , / ,093 1,211,953 1,217, , / ,774 1,111,091 1,117, , / , ,737 1,006, , / , , , , / , , , , / , , , ,752 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 14 of 29

15 Year Age Proceeds Taxable Cash Retirement Portfolio / , , , / , , , , / , , , , / , , , / , , , / , , , / ,510 93, , / (37,415) 0 (37,415) 98, / (178,458) 0 (178,458) / (325,138) 0 (325,138) / (477,670) 0 (477,670) / (636,269) 0 (636,269) / (801,170) 0 (801,170) / (972,598) 0 (972,598) / (1,150,802) 0 (1,150,802) / (1,336,027) 0 (1,336,027) / (1,528,550) 0 (1,528,550) / (1,728,632) 0 (1,728,632) / (1,936,556) 0 (1,936,556) / (2,152,617) 0 (2,152,617) 0 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 15 of 29

16 Year Age Proceeds Taxable Cash Retirement Portfolio / (2,377,116) 0 (2,377,116) / (2,610,369) 0 (2,610,369) / (2,852,704) 0 (2,852,704) 0 s $3,295,859 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 16 of 29

17 Survivor Costs vs. Resources w/ Add'l Base Facts with Premature Death - Client Income sources like salary and Social Security can help offset the survivor's expenses. Investment income and other inflows such as insurance benefits, asset sales, and income from a business may also be available to the survivor. Income and portfolio assets available to Katie at the beginning of 2014, the year after Jon's death, include: Salary & Other Income $22,013 Taxable, Cash, & Options $339,270 Tax Advantaged $679,185 Current Life $750,000 Additional Life $600,000 Salary, other income, and investment income total $22,013. Portfolio assets at the beginning of 2014 total $2,368,455 and result in cumulative withdrawals of $6,547,062. SUMMARY Additional $600,000 Survivor Costs $9,005,778 Income + $9,018,494 Pct Funded by Resources 100% Portfolio (2053) $279,402 An additional $600,000 of life insurance is needed to meet survivor's costs. Survivor Resource Usage The chart below highlights how the survivor s resources are used after first death. This analysis must be reviewed in conjunction with the limitations and conditions disclosed in the Disclaimer page. Projections are based on assumptions provided by the advisor/representative, and are not guaranteed. Actual results will vary, perhaps to a significant degree. The projected reports are hypothetical in nature and for illustrative purposes only. Return assumptions do not reflect the deduction of any commissions. They will reflect any fees or product charges when entered by the advisor/ representative. Deduction of such charges would result in a lower rate of return. Consult your tax and/or legal advisor before implementing any tax or legal strategies. Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 17 of 29

18 Survivor Costs vs. Resources w/ Add'l Base Facts with Premature Death - Client Year Age Income Flows Proceeds Supplemental Planned Resources Outflows Deficit/Surplus Portfolio /51 $22,013 $102,741 $0 $0 $124,754 $124,754 $0 $2,387, /52 22, , , , ,406, /53 23, , , , ,423, / , , , ,408, / , , , ,350, / , , , ,284, / , , , ,259, / , , , ,261, / , , , ,261, / , , , ,257, / , , , ,249, / , , , ,237, / , , , ,221, / , , , ,200, /65 61,012 67,485 26, , , ,226, /66 62, , , ,344 1,232 2,252, /67 64, , , ,453 1,345 2,278,573 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 18 of 29

19 Year Age Income Flows Proceeds Supplemental Planned Resources Outflows Deficit/Surplus Portfolio /68 66, , , , ,302, /69 68, , , , ,325, /70 70, ,620 59, , , ,331, /71 73, ,242 63, , , ,333, /72 75, ,567 67, , , ,330, /73 77, ,954 71, , , ,322, /74 80, ,299 75, , , ,309, /75 82, ,402 79, , , ,282, /76 85, ,283 82, , ,541 2,881 2,232, /77 88, ,321 82, , , ,171, /78 90, ,379 81, , , ,099, /79 93, ,865 80, , , ,015, /80 96, ,526 77, , , ,917, /81 100, ,529 74, , , ,805, /82 103, ,129 69, , , ,677, /83 106, ,593 62, , , ,532, /84 110, ,737 54, , , ,368, /85 113, ,356 43, , , ,187, /86 117, ,729 30, , , ,037, /87 121, ,533 18, , , ,615 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 19 of 29

20 Year Age Income Flows Proceeds Supplemental Planned Resources Outflows Deficit/Surplus Portfolio /88 125, ,729 3, , , , /89 130, , , , , /90 134, , , , ,402 s $2,471,432 $1,945,280 $3,423,059 $1,178,723 $9,018,494 $9,005,778 $12,716 Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 20 of 29

21 Survivor Portfolio w/ Add'l Base Facts with Premature Death - Client In the event of a death, the survivor has two resources: income and portfolio assets. Portfolio assets are a survivor s last safety net, and should be managed wisely in order to achieve the correct balance between growth and withdrawals. With additional insurance, portfolio assets are projected to be $2,368,455 at the beginning of 2014, the year after Jon s death. Portfolio assets include $1,350,000 of life insurance benefits payable to Katie. These assets, combined with their cumulative projected investment growth and savings of $4,458,009, are projected to produce $6,547,062 in total withdrawals. Remaining portfolio assets are projected to be $279,402. An additional $600,000 of life insurance is needed to meet survivor's costs. Planned withdrawals such as required minimum distributions are projected to total $1,178,723. Supplemental withdrawals are projected to total $5,368,339, and are required when income and planned withdrawals are not enough to cover your expenses in any year. SUMMARY Additional $600,000 Portfolio (2014) at Beginning of Year $2,368,455 Growth & Savings $4,458,009 ( ) $6,547,062 Portfolio 2053 $279,402 Portfolio and The chart below shows total annual withdrawals in relation to total portfolio assets from 2014 to This analysis must be reviewed in conjunction with the limitations and conditions disclosed in the Disclaimer page. Projections are based on assumptions provided by the advisor/representative, and are not guaranteed. Actual results will vary, perhaps to a significant degree. The projected reports are hypothetical in nature and for illustrative purposes only. Return assumptions do not reflect the deduction of any commissions. They will reflect any fees or product charges when entered by the advisor/ representative. Deduction of such charges would result in a lower rate of return. Consult your tax and/or legal advisor before implementing any tax or legal strategies. Version Prepared on November 25, 2013 by Jim Adkins Personal and Confidential Page 21 of 29

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