As an insurance agent or financial planner, your target customer audiences likely to consist of three generational cohorts, Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials. While these groups share the critical need to protect income during an illness or injury, the motivations of each group differ widely. The good news is that carriers offer benefits designed to address the concerns facing each age group.Read More
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Did you know that April was National Financial Literacy Month and May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month? Just as April showers brings May flowers, financial literacy often leads to an increase in disability insurance protection.Read More
Everyone likes to feel like they are getting a great buy- especially on disability insurance. Are you aware of the significant cost savings that are available with discounts on disability insurance? Take a look at the cost savings available for this client by taking advantage of multi-life discounts!
Remind clients why “the good life” is possible. It’s quite possible that some of your clients are very wealthy, and they have fancy things they’d like to protect. They might own big homes, vintage boats, fast cars, or even a $200,000 doghouse.Read More
Topics: disability insurance
The average age of a new individual disability insurance client is 58 years old, according to the Milliman 2016 Annual Survey of the U.S. Individual Disability Income Insurance Market.Read More
Disability insurance doesn’t have to be “TOO EXPENSIVE” for regular people. By carefully structuring the plan design, disability insurance can be surprisingly affordable. Below are some ideas to consider.Read More
Like most entrepreneurs, your clients aren’t just running a business – they’re fulfilling a lifetime goal. But what would happen to those dreams if they became disabled? Would their business be able to continue without them? Who would pay their employees’ salaries? Take care of the monthly bills? These costs don’t just go away when a business owner suffers a sudden and drastic loss of income due to a disability.
Disability insurance is shedding the image of a complex industry. Trends in key market indicators reveal a healthy and growing product line. Milliman’s 2016 Annual Survey of the U.S. Individual Disability Income Insurance Market, conducted almost every year since 2002, confirms the successful comeback of an insurance product essential for anyone who depends on a paycheck. Below are a few highlights from the report:Read More
Think of three possible events that would most negatively impact someone’s financial security. They might likely be:Read More
For many years, I have enjoyed watching Saturday Night Live and I was very excited, and slightly surprised, that the program just celebrated its 40th anniversary. Saturday evenings were when I would struggle with sleepiness to stay awake long enough to watch the show and have some laughs. And SNL was certainly one of the first programs I entered into my digital video recorder. This television program has had an incredibly successful run, hence the recently aired SNL 40th Anniversary special, but it also had its share of some difficult years. I give a lot of credit to Lorne Michaels, (producer), who has believed in and stuck with SNL for the long haul. By not resting on his laurels, and enduring the difficult times and working hard, Lorne, NBC, and the various SNL cast members have created a very successful television legacy.