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When are you planning to Retire….?

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Until recently, if you needed or wanted to continue working after age 65 and you wanted disability coverage there was nothing available. No  insurance company was offering a disability product.  In December 2011 an insurer announced they would now offer a personal product that would pay disability benefits to the age of 75.

As more and more people are working past 65 without any disability coverage, this is a great product to help you keep those precious retirement dollars you have saved  up secure. Your group benefit disability program is  still available to age 65 but your coverage ends 4 months  prior to your 65th birthday. In short, if you plan to work past the age of 65, contact us today for a free consultation and quote.

For more information on government programs and disability products CLICK HERE.

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  1. Is early retirement recommended?

    • It is really dependant on your own personal situation, and what your goals are. If you would like to know more, feel free to contact Bruce at 1.866.861.1006. He is always happy to answer any questions you may have.

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