What do you think, as a young physician, your most crucial asset is?
Your retirement account or your real estate portfolio? Or some other type of holding?
What if I told you it’s none of that…
The most important asset as a young physician is your ability to get up from bed every day and do your job.
We’re talking about a lot of money here, especially as a young physician in the early thirties, when you’re likely to work for another 20 or 30 years.
In this episode, you’ll learn sound advice on what you should do as a young physician to get disability coverage in the event of an illness. While dodging the loopholes that insurance companies use to avoid paying on a claim.
Show Highlights Include:
- The exact amount young physicians in their early thirties make on average (You qualify to make this amount if you’re early in your career) (1:21)
- How much it costs to get disability coverage in the event of an illness. (Don’t end up paying more than what it actually costs.) (3:03)
- How to win financially even if you get disabled at the end of your career (3:31)
- The underhanded “out-clause loophole” that insurance companies use to avoid paying on a claim (Knowing this will save your life when things go south…) (4:20)