Recommended Insurance Agents
Need help trying to find the best Term Life Insurance or Disability? Dat and Aaron are excited to partner with these recommended and trusted insurance Agents! They will work hard to find you the best rates for your financial situation and necessary protection for your loved ones, if anything was to happen!
Michael Relvas, CFP® helps medical professionals nationwide with their term life and disability income insurance needs. Using a structured, objective and education-based approach, Michael can make the process of securing coverage more transparent and seamless for you.
He’s very approachable and can help you evaluate all of the leading Term life & Own-Occupation disability insurance providers so you can make a truly informed decision on the policy that best suits your specific needs and budget.
To Compare Own-Occupation disability insurance policies that pay benefits when you’re unable to work as an Optometrist, opposed to just “any” occupation, Start here
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Contact: 800-817-4522. Email Michael at MRelvas@mrinco.com
Specializing in “Own Specialty Discounted Disability and Term Life Insurance Contracts,” our disability contracts pay when you are unable to perform the duties of your specific specialty; even if you have any other income post the disability.
We pride ourselves on designing the right policy for each specific individual optometrist based upon their needs. For example, dual waiting period disability insurance may work better for your situation and save you money. Likewise, with Term Life Insurance a laddered term life strategy can protect your family the right way and save you thousands in premiums over the years as you gain Financial Independence.
Scott and Amber have over 35 years of combined experience helping thousands of doctors across the country protect their future with disability income insurance and low-cost life insurance.
Contact: 303-953-0263 or 480-707-2771. Email Scott & Amber at SNA@MDFinancialServices.com.
Health Insurance Basic 101 That Every Optometrist Should Know
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The Optometrist’s Guide For Health Insurance
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6 Ways Optometrists Can Reduce Disability Insurance Premiums
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The Optometrist’s Guide to Life Insurance
Life insurance is a situation that no one wants to address or even think about due to its morbid nature. For the mass majority of doctors with family or people who depend on their income, it is wise to consider what financial consequences their death can have on the people they leave behind. 2 Reasons…