In this issue:
- CLHIA | A guide to disability insurance
- Why should you consider income replacement insurance?
- Revolutionizing mental health-related disability claims management
- How much disability insurance coverage do you need?
This guide is designed to help you understand disability insurance and explain what your options are for income replacement in the event you become disabled. More information – and help – is available from your insurance agent, insurance company or group benefits administrator.
Not working is stressful. Being disabled and not working is very stressful. Being disabled, not working and having financial problems is extremely stressful. When you are already suffering from a physical disability, you don’t need the additional mental anguish caused by a lack of income. Having a source of income at the worst of times instills confidence and confidence assists recovery.
Canadian sports journalist, Michael Landsberg shares the challenges he faced in ﬁnding the right diagnosis and treatment to manage his depression and why he is a huge supporter of RBC Insurance’s exclusive Onward by Best Doctors program.
Use this calculator to estimate how much disability insurance you might need. Enter your monthly income, living expenses, plus any other expenses that you would want to be covered if you lost your ability to earn an income.
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