Think about your home. You’ve elected to purchase homeowner’s insurance but have not bought flood insurance because you live outside of a flood zone. You look at your local forecast and a category 5 hurricane is projected to travel directly over your home 7 days from today. Do you think you can call your insurance professional and request flood insurance be added to your homeowner’s policy?
It’s important to understand that a successful retirement plan is a long-term strategy. This makes it crucial to put in place adequate safeguards should there be an unexpected event along the way. Proper insurance planning means that your family's lifestyle, your practice, and your goals will continue no matter what obstacles come your way.
Put simply, if you were to pass away, life insurance will help financially protect your loved ones and your business.
Ensure that you can continue to receive partial income if you end up too sick or injured to work.
Excess Liability Insurance
Protect yourself from unforeseen events. You have worked too hard to build your nest egg. Don’t let a single traffic accident destroy your most important financial dreams and desires.
When The Unexpected
Becomes A Reality
Of course not! That’s because the only time to get flood insurance is before the flood, not after the flood.
Your ability to earn an income is what makes your lifestyle possible. Accidents happen, and we can’t always anticipate if or when we’ll be diagnosed with an illness, condition, or injury, which is why it’s important to have a disability policy that will help you pay your bills in the event that you can’t collect your normal paycheck from work.