Category Disability Insurance

5
Aug

How Chronic Stress Can Lead to a Long-Term Disability

According to Smithsonian, Gallup’s 2019 Global Emotions Report illustrated that “More than half of United States respondents—around 55 percent—reported feelings of high stress the day prior to being polled…while 45 percent said they felt worried ‘a lot of the day’”. With the global stress levels at approximately 35%, this left the United States in a …

6
May

Debunking the Most Common Long-Term Disability Insurance Myths

When was the last time you thought about what would happen to your family if you suddenly couldn’t work? If you have to think about it, then chances are, it’s been a while. The simple truth is that one out of every four workers will be diagnosed with a long-term disability before they reach the …

6
May

Three Reasons Attorneys Don’t Insure Their Income (But actually should)

An attorney’s ability to work and earn an income is most likely his or her most valuable financial resource. With a 25% chance of becoming disabled before retirement1, Disability Insurance is a vitally important way for attorneys to replace a portion of their income if he or she can’t work for several months or more …

27
Oct

What Every Attorney Needs to Know About Disability Insurance

Find out what every attorney needs to know about disability insurance.

26
May

Tax Planning Tips for Disability Insurance

Will your disability benefits be taxed? Learn how taxes affect disability insurance payments so you can plan accordingly today.

21
May

Demystifying Disability Insurance: Free Webinar

Join us for a webinar on disability insurance and how it can protect your financial assets.

8
May

Long-Term vs. Short-Term Disability: What’s the Difference?

Understanding long-term and short-term disability can help take your family’s financial stability to the next level.

23
Feb

Meeting Financial Obligations After Disability: What’s Your Plan?

Plan ahead and purchase a disability insurance policy to get added peace of mind and protect yourself from financial loss after an unexpected disability.