If you’re a business owner, you already know that disability insurance is crucial, and you might already have a policy. What you might not know is that you’re probably paying more for your disability insurance than you need to.
What You Should Know About Disability Insurance
Employees are the lifeblood of every business; losing employees due to injury or illness can cripple your company’s productivity and increase costs in the long run, not to mention the direct costs associated with replacing those employees.
Moreover, a strong disability insurance policy is quickly becoming necessary to businesses that want to attract skilled employees.
According to the American Council of Life Insurers, 70 percent of employees are less likely to take a new job without adequate disability insurance. The fact is that these days, many employees won’t sign an employment contract unless they have access to disability insurance.
That said, you still don’t have to pay an arm and a leg for a good policy. Our team specializes in finding the best possible rates on disability insurance from a broad range of carriers, so we can help you find a policy that will make your employees happy without breaking your bank account.
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