Disability Insurance for the Self Employed
Oct 22, 2010
jamie

jamie

22 Oct, 2010

As a self employed individual, you rely on your income more than most. As a result, it is critical your income is protected with disability insurance.

If you recently became self employed, it may be difficult to acquire coverage. To qualify for benefits, you need to show a track record of at least one year’s worth of income.

If you have been self employed for more than a year and have a track record of income, your premiums will depend on your age, occupation, gender and benefits you would like on your policy.

For more information, please contact the Set for Life Insurance office today!

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