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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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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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How long should you keep disability insurance?

Travel Insurance covers you for risks you might be exposed to an overseas trip. Typically, it covers death, personal accident, medical expenses, repatriation (in the event of death abroad, the cost... Read More »
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Can you keep your primary medical insurance if you are eligble for disability insurance?

Yes - keep both coverages. They are designed for two very different purposes. Your medical insurance reimburses the doctors and hospitals that provide your medical treatments. Disability insurance ... Read More »
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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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