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The Importance of Disability Income Protection

 

Real Life Stories

Your income is the foundation upon which your lifestyle and future plans are built. For this reason, protecting your income is of vital importance.  Here, you’ll hear from Dr. Kardani and from Dr. Vincent Tullos, who made the intelligent choice to protect their income and their family with an individual disability income insurance policy.

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Disability insurance

You have worked hard to get where you are today! Protecting your income is only the beginning.

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Protecting your ability to meet your student loan obligations when illness or injury prevent you from working.

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When protecting your family's current lifestyle, wealth and future financial stability is important to you.

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High Quality Income Protection

When it comes to income protection, medical professionals should consider insurance policies that can pay more during a disability and throughout recovery. We may not know when a disability could strike - but by choosing the appropriate policy, you can feel confident in owning a high-quality policy from a reputable industry innovator with exemplary financial ratings. Berkshire Life, a Guardian subsidiary, has the following ratings as of  May, 2015 and are subject to change:

A++ from A.M. Best Company

AA+ from Standard & Poor's

AA+ from Fitch

 

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