Why Surgical Physicians Should Purchase More Than One Disability Insurance Policy

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As the trend leans toward higher compensation for surgical specialists, it is imperative that they are not only properly covered with disability insurance but have the capacity to grow as their incomes increase. It has become well documented that surgical specialists’ incomes are soaring. For example, in 1985, internists and dermatologists were earning about the same amount of income. By …

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Disability Insurance Before You Move

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Disability Insurance: Buy Before You Move? When you purchase an individual disability insurance policy, the parameters are based on where you are at the time of application. This includes state of residence (where you live), income, occupation and group benefits in force. If you are preparing to move, it is important to evaluate your situation to determine if it is …

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Physician Disability Insurance: The Truth

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Physicians looking for disability insurance in the marketplace will soon discover that it is a very competitive market. As a result, it is hard for some physicians to uncover the truth about the individual disability insurance policies being presented. It can also be hard to know who to trust. Here is a guide to help you discover the truth about …

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Married Medical Resident Disability Insurance

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Married Medical Resident Disability Insurance By Jamie K. Fleischner, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF President, Set for Life Insurance I had a call today from a married medical resident couple. I wanted to share their story to illustrate the concerns that many couples in this situation face. Their names are changed to protect their anonymity. Profile: Dr. Anthony Silver and Dr. Susan …

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Orthopaedic Surgeon Disability Insurance

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Orthopedic Surgeon Disability Insurance Protecting your income with a disability policy that covers you in your medical specialty as an orthopedic surgeon is critical. Without the specific language, your policy may not pay you if you were either able or retrained to work in another medical specialty or occupation. As an orthopedic surgeon, you have spent multiple hours, days, and years training …

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