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Assuri­ty intro­duces new Income Pro­tec­tion prod­uct to pro­tect more paychecks

Income Protection makes short-term disability insurance easier to buy and sell.

Assurity introduces new Income Protection Insurance to help protect more paychecks.

LINCOLN, Neb., July 20, 2022 -- Assurity Life Insurance Company released Income Protection Individual Disability Insurance, a short-term disability product designed to make coverage simple and accessible for more people. Income Protection, available now, fills a need for affordable paycheck protection among a more mobile workforce.

“Sickness and accidents can truly upend a family’s finances, and we wanted to create an easy, budget-friendly way for individuals to address that risk,” says Todd Reimers, Chief Sales Officer. “That’s why we streamlined our issue process and added features like weekly benefit payments, so that people can focus on recovery with minimal disruptions to their lives.”

This product solves many of the traditional difficulties of buying and selling short-term disability insurance. Incomes from multiple sources are considered at application, making it a viable product for freelance and other nontraditional workers. It also features instant decision with no medical exams and native support on Assurity’s online QuickStart sales platform to make it easier for agents to sell. Most aspects of coverage for Income Protection are customizable, allowing customers to tailor affordable protection that meets their needs.

Plans include a built-in childbirth benefit and can be customized with a selection of innovative and in-demand riders, extending coverage to include stay-at-home spouses, a return of premium, family medical leave and more. Income Protection is guaranteed renewable until age 65 to help customers maintain their coverage, and you can continue your coverage even if you change jobs.

Sick­ness and acci­dents can tru­ly upend a family’s finances, and we want­ed to cre­ate an easy, bud­get-friend­ly way for indi­vid­u­als to address that risk.”

Todd Reimers Chief Sales Officer