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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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Complete Your Health Coverage With Dental Insurance

8 January 2022

We don’t have to tell you about the importance of good oral health. You know better than most that a healthy mouth can be an important factor in terms of our overall physical health.

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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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Why Good Dental Health Supports Good Physical Health

11 December 2021

Physicians know that preventive care and early detection is so important when it comes to physical health. The same can be said of dental health. In fact, in recent years, research has uncovered a correlation between regular dental checkups and good physical health. In this article, we’ll explore that link, and talk briefly about the importance of dental insurance.

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Why Cheaper Health Insurance Isn’t Always The Best Choice

27 November 2021

“You get what you pay for” is a timeworn adage that, while simple, conveys a profound truth: paying less often means getting less. When independent practice owners start to research health insurance options, price is often the biggest deciding factor--for valid reasons. But if you rely solely on price, when you have a medical emergency, you may find your insurance coverage is sorely lacking. The difficulty is finding the balance between obtaining comprehensive insurance coverage that will provide the kind of coverage you need and keeping the practice’s budget in check. It’s a balance that’s become even more crucial during the pandemic.

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Laptops, Groceries, Life Insurance – Here’s What They Have In Common

9 October 2021

Let’s face it, shopping online has become the “new normal.” These days, almost anything you can think of – from electronics to groceries to new cars – can be purchased with a few clicks on a keyboard or smartphone.

The latest surge in online shopping may have been accelerated by the current pandemic, but it is now virtually commonplace for most of us to go online for many of the essential goods and services we need to keep our lives on track.

That said, thanks to the ease and convenience of our online enrollment platform – available exclusively to TMA members – this may finally be the right time for you to get the protection of a term life insurance plan.

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Trustworthy Help for Busy Physicians

25 September 2021

There are never enough hours in a day. As a busy physician, you undoubtedly feel the truth of those words on a daily basis. The demands on your time--from patient care to family responsibilities--can leave you feeling like there are some tasks you just can’t seem to get to. That feeling can intensify as your career progresses and you experience changes in your life.

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Add As You Grow – a Life Insurance Strategy For Young Physicians

18 September 2021

Wash the car. Clean out the attic. Sort through expenses for your income tax.

Have you ever found yourself procrastinating about doing certain tasks? It’s normal to put off some tasks – especially if they seem like they’re not on a pressing timetable. It’s what we all do to some extent or another.

But if you’re a younger physician, there’s one thing you may not want to put off – giving your family the security and protection of life insurance.

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