Long-term disability insurance protects your family and you from lost income in the event you are injured and can’t work. Unlike life insurance where a beneficiary is paid, long-term disability pays you.
Living with a disability can be tough enough, but experiencing financial struggle while disabled is worse.
Under a standard long-term disability policy, you get 60% of your income to an age you determine. Most common age we see is 65 years old.
Watch this video “Do I Need Long-term Disability Income Insurance?” for more details:
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