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Tag: Disability Insurance

What Is The Long-Term Disability Waiting Period?

Long-term disability insurance is designed to help cover your living expenses should you become disabled. However, the insurance company does not start paying out benefits immediately if you become seriously ill or injured. You must meet a specific definition of disability for a certain period of time (typically 90 to 180 days) before your benefits start. This period of time is known as the waiting...

Your Need for Income Protection

Did you know?  Most disabilities are NOT caused by accidents.  Approximately 95 per cent are caused by illness. Who do you know who’s had an illness or injury that has prevented them from working and earning a paycheck? If it happened to you, how would you maintain your standard of living? Protect your paycheck with Individual Disability Income Insurance.  It provides monthly benefits to help...

Think You Don't Need Disability Insurance? Think Again!

It's not easy to think about the possibility of becoming disabled, suffering a serious illness, or becoming incapacitated. We understand these are difficult topics, but even if you are young and healthy, it may be time to have an honest conversation about disability insurance. This type of insurance coverage can protect you and your family should the unexpected occur. Disability insurance pays out when a...

Georgia Long Term Care….Its Time Has Come

Finding the right Georgia Life and Health insurance products can be challenging in today’s insurance environment. Allen & Furr Insurance & Wealth Management offers a complete line of individual health and life insurance products that are crafted to meet you and your family’s specific need You spend a lifetime working hard and saving for the future to ensure your family’s financial security. You purchase life...

By the Numbers

UP TEN OVER TEN - The national debt of the US government rose from $6.783 trillion on 9/30/03 to $16.738 trillion on 9/30/13, an increase of $9.955 trillion over the last 10 fiscal years (source: Treasury Department AUTOPILOT — Some of the spending by the US government increases automatically year-after-year with no required input from Congress. These "automatic stabilizers" increased federal spending by $422 billion...