Many people insure their car, their home, their life, and even their phone but overlook their most valuable asset; their ability to make an income. An estimated 1 in 4 people will become disabled before they retire. What would happen if you were unable to make a living due to an unexpected illness or injury? Disability insurance can help protect you and your family’s financial well-being in the event of a disability. At Stonepath Wealth Management, we believe that disability insurance review is an important part of the financial planning process for our clients that are still in their earning years and can be an integral step to preserving their financial futures. We use our knowledge and expertise to assess our clients’ needs and guide them through this important process.
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