DI for Veterinarians

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  1. FL P&C Broker
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    Looking for a couple go to options for veterinarians.
     
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    Guardian would be my first choice. Followed up by Ameritas, Standard, Principal. ON and Mass have good products too. But Guardian is my favorite go to, especially for medical field.
     
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    Never mind, I read it wrong...I thought you were looking for DI for Vegetarians.:twitchy:
     
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    The new Ohio National product is great for them. Guardian and Principal as well. Vets also rely heavily on their association plan that is underwritten by NYL and it is a very good plan as far as association plans go.
     
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    I don't do a whole lot of DI, but the new ON looks pretty strong to me. They allow a lot more plan flexibility than their old one, and they have a 10% discount if the insured buys a certain amount of life insurance (250k permanent or 1.5million term) within the 6 months before or at the same time. There are multiple ways to get discounts, but that is one that a lot of people should be able to get. I wrote an engineer recently that qualified for their new 6a rating class, and the apples to apples comparison against mass mutual was pretty significant. I think ON is the only carrier that is competitive in this market to give a true non-cancelable to age 70. I think the others that offer to age 70 change over to guaranteed renewable at either age 65 or 67. I could be wrong on this, but that was my understanding from what I read. They are really trying to be competitive with their new product.
     
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    Don't forget excess disability coverage if they have high incomes. You can get up to about 2/3 of income protection regardless of income levels. Sometimes to get the right amount takes a couple of carriers.

    Also, be sure to look at buy-sell, BOE, keyperson and even bank loan coverages!

    Veterinarians are making larger incomes and building bigger and better practices these days.
     

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