This is particularly true when dealing with highly compensated clients. In the past, the income replacement percentage was often subjectively determined by a particular carrier’s underwriter. As of late, the Council for Disability Awareness has tried to modernize the approach by implementing a statistical analysis approach that determined the need to replace at least 65% of income.
Whether your client is generating a modest income or is highly compensated, there is an essential need to provide adequate income protection to help sustain an individual or family’s lifestyle during periods of non-productivity or severely diminished cash flow due to a short or long term disability.
By stacking additional income protection on top of the coverage the traditional carriers provide, the client’s ability to maintain their current lifestyle turns from fiction to reality.
Contact your dedicated CPS DI Specialist today to learn more about how you can offer your clients a complete income protection plan.
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