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MMM 57: How to Avoid the Voldemort of Disability Insurance

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Anyone who knows my origin story knows how I was hosed by a disability insurance agent in medical school. The fierce desire to protect other doctors from receiving the same treatment remains a huge focus at The Physician Philosopher to this day.

In fact, it is why we only recommend a couple of disability insurance agents (that you can actually trust). In this episode, we discuss how you can avoid my mistake (and many others). It is an absolute must listen. Particularly, if you think you have a good disability insurance policy (many don’t) or if you don’t have one at all!

Today You’ll Learn

  • The importance of Disability Insurance (and how it could be your biggest mistake, if you aren’t careful)!
  • Our recommended insurance agents that you can actually trust!
  • The top things you need to know about disability insurance.
  • Examples of really bad advice in the real estate space!
  • And more!
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