3 Things You Need to Do When You Get Your First Job

December 16, 2016 admin

So, you nailed that interview and landed your first job but they don’t offer disability insurance. Congrats! But now that you’ve got some money in your pocket, it’s important that you know what to do with it. Otherwise, you could end up in a financial mess later on down the road. Certainly, we can always […]

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November is National Caregivers Appreciation Month

November 14, 2016 admin

November is the month designated for caregivers to be recognized for their tireless efforts during National Caregivers Appreciation Month. This year, the theme is “Take Care to Give Care,” and emphasizes the first rule of taking care of others, which is that caregivers must take care of themselves first. People often find it difficult physically […]

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 6, 2016 admin

About one in eight women (about 12%) will get invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. In 2016, almost 250,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S. An additional 61,000 women are expected to be diagnosed with non-invasive (situ) breast cancer. And women aren’t the only ones […]

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Why Long-Term Disability Insurance Is More Necessary Than You Think

August 31, 2016 admin

Loggers, fishermen, aircraft pilots and flight engineers: these are the most dangerous occupations in the U.S. So it makes sense that these workers would have the strongest need for long-term disability insurance—right? Wrong. While these occupations have the highest number of fatalities compared to the total number of workers, most workplace injuries actually stem from […]

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What You Need to Know: Disability Insurance for Nurses

August 10, 2016 admin

Did you know that when compared to other professions, nursing carries a higher risk of short- and long-term illness and injury? According to the Department of Labor, nurses suffer more than 35,000 injuries each year – and many of them miss work as a result. When these injuries result in a prolonged absence from work […]

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