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Granted, it’s not the most romantic gift in the world. But as Valentine’s Day gifts go, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more powerful way of showing your loved ones how much you care than by requesting activation of no-cost ADA-sponsored disability and life insurance.
Help protect the life you’re creating together. All it takes is a slip on the ice or the wrong step on a hiking trail to potentially put you out of commission for a lengthy period. This is when disability insurance becomes downright swoon-worthy: monthly payouts help pay the bills and even your student loans, should you become disabled.
Make a gesture that really matters. There’s nothing wrong with a nice box of chocolates. But if you want to profess your undying love, get life insurance. Helping to ensure financial support for your loved ones in the event of your death? Nothing can top that.
Now is the perfect time to get it. Not just because it’s Valentine’s Day. But because one of the best times to get disability and life insurance is when you don’t need it. Don’t wait until you become disabled to realize you need it.
It doesn’t have to cost anything to be priceless. One valuable benefit of your ADA student membership is that you can get ADA-sponsored disability and life insurance, at no cost. The disability insurance provides $2,000 per month, up to seven years, and up to $150,000 in student loan repayment. The life insurance provides up to $50,000 — all at no cost to you.
So, you can still splurge on that box of chocolates, if you want to.
To request activation of coverage and learn more about no-cost disability and life insurance for ADA student members, visit insurance.ada.org/registernow.
Important information on eligibility and pre-existing conditions can be found at insurance.ada.org/student.
~Nancy Fix, Insurance Plan Specialist, Great-West Financial
ADA-sponsored disability and life insurance is offered at no cost to ADA student members as a benefit of membership. This coverage is underwritten by Great-West Financial® and can convert to the insurance plans for practicing ADA members after graduation.