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Even the greatest athletes have more than half their lives to live after the uniform comes off.

That’s why athletes face unique financial challenges as they go through years of training, practice, and rigorous competition to reach their goal. We, at One Wealth Partners want to make sure that your hard work is rewarded and protected for the future.

After all, great professional success requires great responsibility. With extensive travel and relocation, incredible wear and tear on your body, and numerous challenges arising for a young family in the spotlight, it’s easy to see how most athletes are too preoccupied to plan for life after the game. Protect yourself NOW, during the prime of your career and live knowing you’re prepared for later… it’s never too early to plan for your future.

 
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AVERAGE PLAYING CAREERS

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78% of NFL players face bankruptcy or serious financial stress within two years of leaving the game.

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And 60 percent of NBA players face the same dire results in five years.⁵

 
 

One Wealth Partners wants to assure that the financial rewards of your grueling early years are well managed, and provide financial freedom for the second half of your life. Even the greatest athletes have more than half their lives to live after the uniform comes off.

 
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Unique Questions for the Professional Athlete:

 
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Hopefully you are prepared with these answers. If not, we can help.

 

¹Average career length NFL http://www.statista.com/statistics/240102/average-player-career-length-in-the-national-footbal-league/

²Average career length MLB http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/15/sports/baseball/15careers.html?+r=0

⁴Average career length NHL http://www.quanthockey.com/Distributions/CareerLengthGP.php

³Average career length NBA
http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/page/nextforplayers-111114/nba-players-do-next

⁵Financial Stress NFL/NBA
http://www.si.com/vault/2009/03/23/105789480/how-and-why-athletes-go-broke