Disability insurance is essential because your ability to earn an income is your most valuable financial resource. Find out which questions to ask before purchasing a policy.
On the first day of income protection, we discuss one type of coverage everyone should have-Disability Insurance. Read more about why and how here.
Take time to understanding Social Security disability requirements in order to evaluate if you need additional disability coverage to protect your income
Evaluating the Employee benefits package when offered a new job is just as important as the salary. Find out what questions you should ask
Starting a new family is exciting but has significant personal finance implications few first time parents are prepared for. Follow these six personal finance tips to protect your family’s financial future.
Many families grapple with how to cover unpaid family leave without causing serious damages to the family’s finances. Fortunately, there are steps you can take in order to protect your income if you’re thinking about starting—or expanding—your family.
Deanna Strable of Principal Financial Group corrects some misconceptions about disability insurance, including this: Tragic accidents aren’t the leading cause of disabilities. Illnesses are
Disability isn’t always a black and white, cut and dry scenario. Sometimes, a disability simply prevents a worker from full-time employment, which makes the rules of working while on disability oftentimes very grey. Think about it this way: Let’s say you’ve been diagnosed with a treatable form of cancer. You need to undergo chemotherapy. For many people, chemotherapy…
We’ve heard all the reasons you don’t need disability insurance. After all, we’re talking about an additional monthly expenditure in the form of a premium. People can come up with plenty of excuses for not spending money, especially when it comes to spending money on something that many see as a “worst-case-scenario.” We’ve outlined a…
By Chris Walters, PolicyGenius When you’re insurance shopping, a lot of new terms get thrown around. Historically you were expected to rely on your broker to translate this industry gibberish, but then we invented this thing called the internet. Which is how you ended up here, on this page, about to learn whether long-term disability…