Deciding on a life insurance policy can be difficult, especially when dealing with the insurance world jargon. One of the first steps in choosing a policy is deciding which type of policy you will be needing. The two most common types of life insurance policies are Term Life and Whole Life.
Calculating the perfect coverage amount for life insurance can be challenging considering the many factors that come into play. A good estimate can be determined by answering some important financial questions to determine what your family would need in the event of your death. Use the calculator below to get an estimate of your ideal coverage amount.
After you’ve spent thousands of dollars and hours investing in medical school and your training, your biggest asset is your future income—which is why it’s so essential to protect it.
Disability insurance is a type of insurance that provides income in the case that you are unable to work due to an injury or illness.
A disability ranging from a long-term illness to a disabling accident could end your career and your financial stability.
Protecting yourself and those who depend on you is essential, and to do so you need disability insurance to cover the loss of income you would face in unfortunate circumstances.
In this blog post, we are going to be covering the 5 ways to get the most out of your disability insurance policy.
So you know you need life insurance… but how much Life insurance do you need? And what type of life insurance should you get?
We’ll be going over the basics of how to figure out how much life insurance you need and what type of life insurance you should get (specifically for physicians, doctors, residents, medical students, and fellows!).
When talking about life insurance the first thing to think about is, DO YOU NEED IT? In this post, we will be going through the basics of life insurance so you can determine if you need a policy.
Student loans can make you feel like you’re carrying a heavyweight. We understand the frustration and confusion you can feel as you’re sorting through repayment options.
Here are some commonly asked questions about medical school debt, loan forgiveness, refinancing and repayment and more!
If you have more specific questions, ask our experts at our upcoming webinar on March 19th.
Medical school costs are continuing to increase. If you’ve gone to medical school, you may have graduated with a pile of debt. For 2018 medical school graduates, the median medical school debt was $195,000!
That much debt is a huge financial burden, and if you’re a resident or fellow it can be hard to make a dent in it. Debt can feel impossible to bounce back from and can cause you to feel stressed and overwhelmed. In this post we'll talk about strategies to become debt-free!
We are excited to be starting a new weekly video series called "Digging into... with Matt & Andrew" and this month's topic is Disability Insurance!
So what does "own-occupation" mean, and why is it so essential to physicians?
Find out the answer in this week's episode!