Long-term disability insurance helps protect you from life’s unknowns and ensures you have a paycheck even when you’re not working. For anyone still paying off student loan debt, disability insurance is a must-have so you don’t fall behind on your loan payments.
Benefits communication allow companies to provide better employees with information about short and long-term disability. Learn more
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How much disability insurance do you actually need? Can you sustain your standard of living if you bring in approximately 70% of your income? How prepared are you for a disability? We explore these and more
Over half of the American population has less than one month’s income put aside for emergencies. Around 40% of Americans are not able to meet an unexpected expense of $400. You can financially prepare for the possibility of disability. The first step is realizing there’s no good excuse for not seeking out disability insurance.
Unlike full-time workers, freelancers typically aren’t entitled to paid sick days or vacation time. Being unexpectedly unable to work for a few weeks can deal a serious blow to a freelancer’s budget. Disability insurance can help decrease the burden of dealing with an unanticipated injury or illness.
Pregnancy involves much anticipation, preparation and uncertainty. Expectant moms know they ought to eat well, but there are many aspects of pregnancy and preparation for life beyond that are not as clear. Everyone’s experience is unique, and, for most people, navigating what comes next—not only the changes a baby brings, but also immediate questions about leave and health benefits—can be an unfamiliar and complicated process.
Want to get the most our of your disability coverage? Learn how Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Long-Term Disability Insurance Work Together