Disability Insurance Discounts for Veterinarians
Nov 8, 2010
Jamie Fleischner

Jamie Fleischner

8 Nov, 2010

Disability insuranace can be very expensive for veterinarians. For men, expect to pay approximately 1-3% of your income on premiums. For women, expect to pay 2-4%. The best way to reduce your premiums is to look for discounts without compromising benefits on your policy.

If you are not currently eligible for discounts already in place, you may be able to set one up if 3 or more people in your practice purchase a policy. Make sure that your discount will remain on your policy for future increases even if you leave your current employer. Some policies require you to be at the discounted employer at the time when you increase your policy to maintain the discount.

Set for Life Insurance has

discounts available for veterinarians throughout the country. This can help save you between 15% (for men) and 55% (for women). These rates are unisex (female rates are approximately 40% more than male) and have employer sponsored discounts. If you purchase the policy while still employed at the discounted hospital, the discount is permanent and applies to all future increases.

When requesting a quote, be sure to mention the name of your hospital.

Here are some of the hospitals around the country where we have available discounts:

For more information about disability insurance for veterinarians, please contact the Set for Life Insurance office today.

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