Correct Me If I'm Wrong, But...

Feb 4, 2008

  1. Bob_The_Insurance_Guy
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    Unless I am missing something, I was to understand that Disability coverage was available to individuals under age 65. Once someone turned 65, they could no longer be eligible to take out a new contract for Disability.

    Someone was referred to me, who is over age 65, and now wants to take out DI on himself. He is still working full-time. Unless he's got a few people working for him (which I know not to be the case, after speaking with him), he is no longer eligible to take out a DI policy on himself.

    Is this guy :bump:me?
     
  2. James
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    No, you can get issue till 70 now.
     
    James, Feb 4, 2008
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  3. dschachter
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    Generally most companies issue to age 60. Some go to age 65. Not sure who goes to age 70, per the other reply.
     
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