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If you’re concerned your group disability insurance won’t replace enough of your income if you experience a disability, you can buy supplemental disability insurance.
Disability insurance typically pays out between 40% and 80% of your income, but will depend on the type of policy you have.
Insure your classic car or race car at agreed value with Heacock Classic, but you’ll have to look elsewhere if you have recent claims or major violations.
Short- and long-term disability insurance offers coverage for different amounts of time and replaces a different percentage of your income, but you can buy both if you can afford it.
You won’t be able to replace all of your income with disability insurance, but you can buy enough to cover your biggest monthly bills.
Ensure your loved ones’ financial future is protected with both life and disability insurance.
Having anxiety might result in higher life insurance rates, but you can get coverage with most companies.
Welcoming extended family or friends to live in your home is fine with your home insurer, but you might need to tweak a few coverage types.
Consider Acceptance if you’re a high-risk driver, but prepare for the possibility of a negative customer service experience.
You can designate your minor child as a life insurance beneficiary, but they won’t receive the money directly.