1 in 4. That’s how many 20-year-olds will be disabled by the time they’re 67, according to the Social Security Administration. Yet most people underestimate their chances of not being able to work due to illness or injury.
Take a look at how the odds of becoming disabled during your working years stack up against some other odds.
Your ability to earn your income is your most valuable asset. It helps you finance some of the most important things in your life: your home, children’s education, your lifestyle and your retirement.
But what would you do if you suddenly got sick or injured and couldn’t work? Do you have enough in savings to help you get by? Or are you like the two-thirds of American workers who would find it difficult to meet their financial obligations if their paycheck were delayed just one week?
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Disability insurance can help. Disability insurance can pay you money if you are sick or hurt and can’t earn a paycheck. In fact, next to major medical insurance, it’s probably the most important type of financial protection to have.
So tell me, are you gambling on the right odds?