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If you are not financially independent, you need to have a disability insurance policy in place. About one out of every five doctors over the course of their career use a long-term disability policy. If you don’t protect your income, what really is protected? It is really foundational to your financial plan. You need to have a policy in place that will replace a large portion of your income if you get disabled so you can continue moving forward with your plan. If you get disabled and you can’t actually earn your income, then all of that effort you put into your financial plan goes out the window.
Insurance is complicated and it takes too much time to research and understand. We know how overwhelmed and busy you are and you don’t have time to learn about disability insurance. This is why we’ve created this guide to help you understand disability insurance and walk you through it, step by step everything you need to know, without confusing you with all of the insurance world jargon.
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Physician disability is a complicated type of insurance. This post will give you the “must-know” information to secure the best protection for you and your family. To start, I've partnered with Pattern in providing this crash course video.
Top 10 Physician Disability Insurance Questions
These are the most common questions I get from readers and listeners about physician disability insurance.