Financial Planning 101 - Disability Insurance

I apologize for the long delay between installments but sometimes life gets in the way and I have been distracted with a few things recently, namely trying to train a new puppy that we picked up in April. That said, I am back with the final installment related to Insurance, this time dealing with Disability Insurance. Maybe not the sexiest topic in the world but one that is critically important to protect your family. In the event of a long term injury or illness (think cancer, auto-immune, stroke, cardio vascular issues or injuries from a severe accident) which leave you unable to work for an extended period of time how does your family plan to continue to have money to pay bills? Even in f

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