Do you want to safeguard your hard-earned success? In this episode of Cover Your Assets, host Billy Gwaltney breaks down the quote spreadsheet, providing a detailed overview of the Benefit Increase Rider (BIR) and what makes disability coverage so crucial for physicians in training.

Discover the top true specialty disability carriers and the key elements you need in your coverage plan. Learn the importance of private, portable, non-cancelable, and guaranteed renewable coverage with the BIR that allows you to expand your coverage once you become an attending. And gain valuable insights into getting this part of your financial life exactly right.

Episode Highlights:

The importance of private, portable, non-cancelable, and guaranteed renewable disability coverage. (1:17)

The benefits of the BIR and its significance for physicians in training. (3:17)

The top true specialty disability carriers and their interchangeable contract landscape. (4:42)

Key components of disability coverage and the role of a specialist broker in securing the right plan. (26:33)

The Cover Your Assets Podcast is on a mission to help physicians like you get their disability insurance right. You’ve spent years of your life and hundreds of thousands of dollars to become a physician – this is the career that will give you and your family everything you’ve dreamed of! Don’t let accidents, illness, or injury destroy your hard work and the life you deserve. You know you need to be insured, but how do you sort through the mountains of information when you barely have enough time to eat? On the Cover Your Assets Podcast, host Billy Gwaltney, head of Professional Planning Group, Inc., shows you exactly what you need to do to protect your income and way of life.

For more tips and advice, connect with the CYA Podcast on YouTube and visit the Professional Planning Group online. Stay up to date with Billy on ⁠Facebook⁠ and ⁠LinkedIn⁠.

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