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Q&A: Disability policy changes


Disability companies are competing for your business again.

Q: I've heard that disability insurance companies have made changes. What is going on and what I should do about it?

A: Disability companies are competing for your business again. In fact, if you've secured a policy within the last two to three years, you may wish to review what you purchased and compare it with the new policies.

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