(856) 235-6300


Home » Disability Insurance » Staying on Track

Staying on Track

We all work hard to build and protect our financial future.  No matter what stage of life we’re in, nearly every plan starts with the same thing: INCOME.  But what happens when it disappears?  How long could you support yourself (pay your bills) without your paycheck? Hmmm?   That’s a scary question.                                                                                                                                                              Where will your paycheck come from if you get sick or hurt and are out of work for a month? 3 months? 6 months? A year?

How long will your employer continue your pay if you get sick or hurt? 1 week? 2 weeks? 4 weeks? 6 months? To Age 65?-of course not!

If you were unable to work due to a significant illness or injury how long would it take to spend down your savings?

                Working with:                                                 Disabled with no paycheck

Life is a Series of Expected and Un-Expected Events.  Are you Prepared?

Almost everything we do in life costs money which comes from our paycheck so protecting it is vitally important. National Disability Insurance Awareness month is almost over but it’s not too late to understand how or if your paycheck is protected. Start by checking if your employer provides a disability income continuation benefit.

If your employer does not provide coverage and you have no back up plan, we can create one for you.  If your employer does provide coverage is it enough? Contact us and request a quote or free review. Reviews will pinpoint the problem and provide a solution.  Think it won’t happen to you? Disability is an equal opportunity offender!  We’ll make sure that everything works when you can’t to make sure you and your family’s financial lifestyle continues uninterrupted.

 

It’s totally up to each of us to be prepared for when the unthinkable happens.  Life always works better when we’re prepared!                                                             

Comments are closed.