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Protecting What Matters Most

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You’re At Fault In An Accident – Are Your Personal Assets Protected?

26 March 2022

Physicians, like everyone else, are not immune to accidents – whether they occur around the house or in a vehicle. Unfortunately, if you’re found to be at fault in an accident, you could find your personal assets at risk.

This can happen because your home or auto insurance may have coverage limits you’re not aware of or forgot about. It could also happen if the injured party attempts to take advantage of your financial situation. As a physician you’re likely to be in a higher income bracket compared with the rest of the population – so you could be highly vulnerable to a lawsuit.

Either way, this is why many physicians help protect their personal assets with an umbrella insurance plan.

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Group Health Insurance - Multiple Plans, Personalized Coverage, Minimal Stress

19 March 2022

Important decisions that impact you, your family and your practice are rarely easy to make. As a TMA Member, you have an ally on your side that can help you find the right health insurance coverage for the needs of your practice and your family. Our dedicated advisors are committed to easing the administrative burden of securing and managing health insurance plans for you.

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Income Protection is Essential – But How Much Insurance Do You Actually Need?

12 March 2022

Most of us are used to the idea of having insurance to help protect what’s important in our lives – like our health, our home, and our car. But we don’t often think about helping to protect the very thing that’s vital to the financial well-being of our family – our ability to earn a living.

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Protecting Your Income is Vital – But it Can Also Be Affordable

12 March 2022

Most of us are used to the idea of having insurance to protect what’s important in our lives – like our health, our home, and our car. But we don’t often think about protecting the very thing that’s vital to the financial well-being of our family – our ability to earn a living.

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Life Moves Fast, Is Your Life Insurance Keeping Up?

5 March 2022

Life insurance is so beneficial because it can help ensure that your financial obligations are covered and your family has some economic stability should anything happen to you.

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Life Moves Fast, Is Your Life Insurance Plan Keeping Up?

5 March 2022

If you have been watching the news lately, you have heard that inflation is on the rise. For example, CNBC recently reported a US Bureau of Labor Statistics analysis that showed inflation surged 7.5% on an annual basis, even more than expected and highest since 1982.*

Regardless of profession, inflation affects the prices you pay for goods and services. But it also affects things you may not expect, like your life insurance. If you put a life insurance policy in place years ago–even 5 years ago–the lump sum benefit would not cover as much now as it would have then. You may now need a supplemental policy in order to give your family the right amount of financial security again.

If you aren’t yet insured, taking a few minutes of your time to put a plan in place could provide years of reassurance and added peace of mind for you and your family.

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Updating Your Life Insurance Isn’t Just Easy – It’s Necessary

26 February 2022

"Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today."

It rang true when Ben Franklin said it over two centuries ago. And it may, in fact, be good advice when it comes to reviewing your current life insurance coverage.

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Saving Money with Medicare: It’s About Time

26 February 2022

Time is money. This well known expression is true in many areas of life. Time is precious and valuable. Now that you are nearing or in retirement, making the right Medicare supplement moves at the right time can save you thousands of dollars in health care expenses.

By some estimates, the average American retirement lasts about 20 years. Health care needs increase as we age and therefore health care is one of the largest expenses we face in retirement. Original Medicare can help offset many of these costs.

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