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|Posted on January 20, 2012 at 12:50 PM||comments ()|
Are you a small business owner? Close to retirement? Self-employed? Have a high-deductible medical plan? Have kids in college?
If you were able to answer YES to any of these questions, you MUST also ask yourself this question: If I was diagnosed with a critical illness, how would I still be able to fulfill my financial obligations and of those depending upon me?
The cost of critical illness goes beyond what is covered by insurance; it is expenses like travel cost, and time off of work, possible forced early retirement. Utility bills and house payments that don't stop just because you've been diagnosed with a critical illness.
If you are a small business owner, you need to still be able to meet payroll and keep your business running. If you are self-employed and/or have a high-deductible medical plan, you need a way of meeting that high deductible. If you have children in college, you need to be able to ensure that your child can stay in college even if you are diagnosed with a covered critical illness. If you are close to retirement, you do not want your retirement plan to be derailed.
Critical Illness coverage is one of the most over-looked components of an individuals financial planning.
Let us help provide a way for you to focus on what matters most in the event of a covered illness-- GETTING WELL WITHOUT FINANCIAL WORRIES!