When should you drop a COLA Rider? Should you pay extra for a Future Purchase Option or Retirement Rider? Dr Disability answers these and lots more physician-specific insurance questions.
Worried about refinancing student loans for fear of losing death or disability forgiveness? Turns out it's still a no brainer to refinance. Here's why.
You don't have to carry disability insurance until you turn 65. Like term life, you can dump it when you reach financial independence and redeploy that premium money elsewhere.
Stop buying the wrong type of term life insurance at premium pricing and learn to pay for only what you really need.
In this episode we cover disability insurance, loaning money to family members, buying Facebook shares, student loan management, backdoor Roth IRAs, saving on your mortgage rate, whole life insurance, and more.
Jamie Fleischner at Set For Life Insurance is not only an experienced physician disability insurance agent, but also a sponsor of the WCI Scholarship.
You should only insure against financial catastrophes. So how do you decide when your death or disability is no longer a catastrophe? It helps if you go back to the reasons you bought it in the first place.
Michael Relvas explains what it is like to sell life and disability insurance to WCI readers. Also tips for military docs and those looking to replace their policies.
Almost all doctors should buy term life and disability insurance for at least some portion of their careers, but very few should buy it from their professional associations.