Replaces some of your regular income if an injury or illness makes it impossible for you to work.
If illness or injury kept you from bringing home a paycheck, how would your family make ends meet? Disability income insurance can help. It replaces some of your lost income so you can continue to pay your mortgage, utilities, childcare, and other everyday expenses.
You insure your home and your car—but your income and earning potential are more valuable than any possession. Think of disability income insurance as protection for your paycheck.
If you’re unable to work, the money from disability income insurance can help you avoid draining savings or retirement accounts.
Everyone’s situation is different, but generally speaking, you should consider a monthly benefit that covers your monthly living expenses. For many, that amount is the same as their monthly take-home pay, generally 60–70% of their gross monthly income.
Compared to the recession in 2009, most Americans feel better about their financial situation today. If the past has shown us anything, it is the importance of our income. Protecting your income in case something unforeseen happens is sound financial planning.
Can’t afford that much coverage right now? Pick a benefit amount that covers a few of your biggest monthly expense items, like your mortgage, student loans or utilities. Some income replacement is better than nothing.
Disability insurance provides a monthly cash benefit to help replace some of the wages you lose when you’re too sick or injured to work.
Typically disability insurance costs between one and three percent of your salary. That's dollars a day to help protect your family and your lifestyle.
Choose how long you wait to get paid, as short as 30 days—and choose how long you receive benefits, from one year up to retirement age.
Get paid if you can't work at your regular job for up to 2 years, even if you still might be able to work in another job.
Get paid the full monthly benefit amount if you're totally disabled, and then partial monthly benefits if you return to work part time.
Married with a young daughter
Nurse earning $60,000/year
Single with a kid preparing for college
Electrician earning $52,000/year
These products may contain reductions of benefits, limitations and exclusions. For costs and complete details of the coverage, please contact your insurance representative or Assurity to review the policy for more information.
Policy Form No. I H0920 and Rider Form No. R I0929 underwritten by Assurity Life Insurance Company, Lincoln, NE. Policy Form No. I H1605 NY and Rider Form No. R I 1724 NY underwritten by Assurity Life Insurance Company of New York, Albany, New York.
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1 Provides a 2-year benefit period with a 90-day elimination period based on a 35-year-old, non-smoking female earning $60,000 annually, total monthly premium $53.50
2 Provides a 2-year benefit period with a 90-day elimination period based on a 45-year-old, non-smoking male earning $52,000 annually, total monthly premium $39.43