There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding long-term disability insurance. We’re here to set the record straight on five of the most common myths. And check out how we took down three other long-term disability misconceptions here.
A recent Employee Financial Wellness Survey that reports on adults nationwide who are full-time employees indicates that political uncertainty and a slow economic recovery are a few reasons that worry 52 percent of respondents in regards to their financial well-being.
One of the more interesting aspects of this report is the similarities of concerns regarding financial well-being across generations. Below, we’ve chosen a few of the more interesting findings.
Like any benefits or insurance, Veterans Disability Benefits may take some time to understand. Here we try to boil down in their simplest terms five frequently asked Veterans Disability Benefits questions.
You are well insured. Your house, your cars, your life are all insured. But what if the unspeakable happens? You become disabled and no longer have an income. Disability insurance helps you support yourself and your loved ones by providing income protection. Here are your options.
Regulations are complicated. Healthcare insurance is baffling. Laws are complex. The Affordable Care Act exchange combines both laws and insurance. Need help. Here are answers to the basic questions.
The Affordable Care Act is extremely detailed and confusing. How do you get ACA coverage if you have a summer and winter home, you work in one state and live in another, or you recently moved? Find out here.
More information about the size of the insurers’ network of doctors and hospitals, more standardized out-of-pocket costs, more warning about unanticipated out-of-network medical, and higher premiums are several Obamacare changes for 2017.
Even though long-term disability insurance and long-term care insurance sound like they could be similar types of insurance, they are very different. Learn the differences between them and which one may be best for your particular situation.
Disability insurance myths are pervasive. Disability myths are somewhat dangerous because they may prevent you from protecting your greatest financial asset—your ability to earn a paycheck. When you think of disability insurance, do you think about insurance that covers disability due to a relatively severe accident? Many people do. What about the chance of a disability happening to you? You are a careful person and you have a desk job. No need for disability insurance, right? Well, the preceding scenarios make up two of the larger disability insurance myths. It makes you wonder how many other disability insurance myths you believe.
Excuses. Excuses. Excuses. Do you use them when justifying not purchasing Disability Insurance? If so, here is a compilation of popular excuses, and why these excuses, once looked at a little closer end up to be largely unfounded.