Brief Disability Insurance Update and Finance Friday Articles

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Here’s a brief message update from Lawrence Keller, one of the experts of disability insurance for military physicians at Physician Financial Services:

Joel-

Hope all is well.

I wanted to let you know that MassMutual recently announced a 25% discount for Active Duty Military Physicians.

This discount is permanent and also applies to all increases made to one’s coverage in the future.

I’ve also been using a two policy approach for Military Physicians that will ultimately allow them to reach up to $20,000 month, regardless of their health, as their incomes rise. I have received very favorable feedback on this strategy, which even works for Military Residents/Fellows (who are typically limited to only $2,000 month to start).

If you have any questions or require additional information, feel free to call.

Lawrence B. Keller, CFP®, CLU®, ChFC®, RHU®, LUTCF
Phone: (516) 677-6211
Fax: (516) 269-7700
Toll- Free: (800) 481-6447
250 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury, NY 11797

https://www.physicianfinancialservices.com/

 

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