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Money Meets Medicine Podcast

MMM #29: The Top 5 Riders for Disability Insurance

I’m sure by now you’re all fairly familiar with my story about disability insurance. Because of my bad experience, I’m very passionate about helping other doctors find the best disability insurance. Every single doctor needs disability insurance as soon as they start out, but do you know what kind you need? Keep reading to figure it out!

What You’ll Learn:

In this episode of Money Meets Medicine, you’re going to learn all about the best disability insurance rides and:

  • Why disability insurance is one of the first things you need to get when you start out.
  • Why there’s nothing more important than protecting your ability to earn an income.
  • The difference between a group policy and a private disability policy.
  • Why the definition of disability is important when you choose your policy!
  • And more!

Resources from the Episode:

6 Disability Insurance Riders You MUST Have

The Top 10 Things Doctors Need to Know About Disability Insurance

This Episode’s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Michael L. Relvas. Michael is a CFP Professional and insurance agent committed to helping physicians nationwide with their term life and disability insurance needs. He provides an objective, transparent and education-focused process, that aims to help physicians make prudent decisions and avoid over-complicating things. 

We really like Michael and know he’s got your best interest at heart when it comes to disability insurance.  We know he’d be happy to help you with whatever your needs are. 

You can find Michael at https://thephysicianphilosopher.com/mrinsurance or contact him at 800-817-4522.

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