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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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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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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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A Simple, Affordable Supplement for Life Insurance

10 July 2021

Because life insurance offers financial protection for loved ones, most physicians see the value in securing this financial protection for their families.

What if you could supplement your life insurance protection, simply and affordably? Some physicians choose to help protect their families financially with an Accidental Death and Dismemberment plan. Let’s talk about how practical and affordable this insurance is, and why you may want to obtain it.

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Disability Insurance: More Confidence In Your Financial Future

12 September 2020

When you chose to become a physician, you accepted tremendous responsibility. In many ways, you allowed yourself to become accountable for others’ lives, while at times putting your own health and safety at risk. Though there is an inherent risk in your profession - particularly now due to the Coronavirus - serious illness or injury could happen to any person in their day-to-day life.

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Residents: Uncertain Times Call for Essential Protection

16 May 2020

As you near the conclusion of your medical residency, you can rightly be proud of your accomplishments, and have reason to look forward to a successful career. But the world has changed, and the face of medicine looks strikingly different than when you began this journey. No one can say with certainty what the future holds. Because the unexpected does happen, proper insurance coverage is vital for helping you successfully meet the unknown.

What type of insurance should you carry as a resident or fellow? For those who aren’t sure where to start, we have created a package of the most essential insurance products for physicians who are starting out in their careers.

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Young Physicians: Cover Your Bases With These 3 Insurance Essentials

7 March 2020

Even if you don’t play or watch the game of baseball, you have most certainly heard the expression “cover your bases.”

It essentially means “be prepared” – position your team to be alert for any possibility – whether it’s a line drive hit down the third base line or a runner trying to steal second. The idea is to be ready so no matter what happens you are not caught off guard.

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