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Protecting What Matters Most

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Help Protect Your Income from Accidental Injuries

15 January 2022

A dislocated shoulder from a fall during a hike, a broken ankle during a football game-–as a physician, you’re familiar with how to physically treat these kinds of injuries. But are you prepared financially if they happen to you or someone in your family? Your health insurance will cover a good portion of your medical bills, but additional medical and non-medical expenses can accumulate quickly. Accident insurance covers medical and non-medical expenses to help bridge the gap between your health insurance and these additional out of pocket expenses. A cash benefit is paid directly to you upon diagnosis of a covered, accidental injury.

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The Four Advantages of Buying Insurance From TMA Insurance Trust

17 December 2021

Like other insurance agencies, TMA Insurance Trust is a full-service insurance agency with a staff of professional agent-advisors who have years of experience. But that is where the similarities end. Here are four exclusive advantages for members from TMA Insurance Trust you may not be aware of.

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Women Physicians: Help Secure Your Family’s Future with Life Insurance

11 September 2021

Your income provides a strong financial foundation for you and your family and life insurance can be one of your biggest allies in helping to keep that foundation secure. However, according to life insurance industry estimates, about 58% of men have life insurance but only 47% of women are covered.* To appreciate the value of life insurance for you as a physician, it’s important to understand all the various ways it can help you as your career progresses.

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What It Means to Get Term Life Insurance on Your Terms

4 September 2021

Most of us are familiar with the basic concept of life insurance: It provides your beneficiary with a payment if you pass away during the time you are covered.

But as you may know, there are different kinds of life insurance. For example, there is term life insurance and whole, or permanent, life insurance.

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Get Your Disability Benefit Faster – When You Need It Most

21 August 2021

We pay for disability insurance for a good reason. We trust it will be there to provide a benefit payment if we get sick or injured and cannot work.

But if you did become ill or injured and couldn’t work, do you know how long it would take to receive your benefit payment? It may be longer than you think.

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Women Physicians: Consider Your Life Insurance Needs

14 August 2021

If you are a female physician, your personal achievement and hard work has come with an economic reward. Because you have a significant income, you likely play a prominent role in the lifestyle your family leads. You also bring financial stability to your household.

Because your family’s well being likely hinges on your income, life insurance protection plays an important role. But according to life insurance industry estimates, about 58% of men have life insurance, but only 48% of women are covered.* Do you have the life insurance you need to help protect your family’s future?

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Helping Physicians Manage Their Time Wisely

24 July 2021

Time passes fast. Especially for physicians, who invest heavily in their education and training. Days turn into weeks, and months into years. Along the way you may get married, buy a home, have children. Perhaps you start your own practice or pursue a specialty. With each change that comes along, life has undoubtedly gotten more complex. Income, assets, investments, and savings likely have grown through the years.

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Good News for Female Physicians Practicing in Texas

6 February 2021

The face of medicine is changing. What used to be a male-dominated field is undergoing a historic shift. According to initial enrollment data, at medical schools across Texas women are expected to comprise the majority of the graduating class of 2021.

Whether you are a new physician or one of the many women who paved the way leading to this moment, you can be proud of the accomplishment.

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