With Disability Insurance, Your Retirement Savings Won't Be Derailed.
Disability insurance is available for working people – up to age 60. If you're over age 50, you may have a higher chance of suffering a disabling injury or illness. And, if you’re unable to work for an extended period of time, your ability to save for retirement can be severely impacted. The implication? When you recover and return to work, you may have to work longer than you planned.
Income Protection Keeps Savings Goals Intact.
If you're unable to work due to illness or injury, disability insurance benefits provide income to pay your bills and keep your savings goals (and your retirement dreams) on track.