One in four American female workers will experience a disability before reaching retirement.
Category: Long Term Disability
Buying a home is a dream for many, but not every dreamer is fully prepared financially.
Disability insurance is arguably the most misunderstood of all major insurances. Here’s what you need to know.
Most of us have Life insurance to protect our families should the unthinkable happen. But what if life throws you a different kind of curveball, and you find yourself unable to work?
You may have a group disability plan through your employer, but is it enough?
Your diploma may come with high student loan debts. The effects of a disability early on in your career — when student loan balances are at their highest — could have long-lasting consequences.
What happens if you’re unable to work due to a disabling injury or a prolonged illness? How long do you think you could maintain your current lifestyle without earning an income?
Business owners face an additional set of problems should they – or a key employee – become disabled. If the owner is disabled, so is the business.
The quick answer is yes. When considering the purchase of a long term disability policy, there are some important questions you should ask: