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 Should you keep your private disability insurance you are 59 and retired?

Answer Answer Individual Policies are better. The employer can't cancel it. You can take it with you to a new job.
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Can you buy disability insurance if you're retired?

Disability insurance protects a person's ability to work and earn an income. If a person is already retired, than they are no longer working or earning an income, which leaves no income to insure. ... Read More »
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If you collect private disability and then SSDI gives you back benefits do you owe money to your private insurance company?

I would think not unless you had a SS offset rider on the policy. Check with your agent!
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Can a medical retired veteran with less than 20 yrs of service collect concurrent disability pay and retired pay?

Is private disability insurance taxable?

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