Short Term Disability in Colorado

Short Term Disability in Colorado

If your income is important to you… then please listen carefully…

What I’m going to share with you today can help protect you and your family from financial disaster.

It’s imperative that you know what Supplemental benefits are available to you. Why? Because over the past 4-5 years, your benefit plans have changed. Health benefit plans are typically not paying anywhere near what they used to.

This means that you’re paying a lot more for your health insurance! This is why we exist:

All of our plans pay cash directly to you, tax-free. This is on top of any benefits or sick days that you already have.

Now we work with people all over the country and they all ask for 3 things:

1. Affordability – It’s got to fit into your budget. We’ve been offering affordable health benefits for almost 50 years – our plans were designed to fit into your budget.
2. Portability. What happens to your benefits when you leave your current job? They’re gone, Right? You can take these benefits anywhere you go at the same rates!
3. Comprehensive – We cover the things happen the most, last the longest, and usually cost the most. Accidents, Heart Disease, & Cancer.


Now you are probably here because you have major medical but know that all expenses aren’t covered. Most major medical providers do a great job of covering your surgeon fees, hospital room & board, drugs & meds, etc. but will they pay for extra? No!

In fact, for every $1 that major medical pays out, there is usually $2 of non-medical expenses. These include, but are not limited to, loss of income, transportation, food, mortgage, car payments, and mainly your DEDUCTIBLES AND CO-PAYS.

(If you get cancer, your major medical will help cover your medical bills, but when you are going through treatment and can’t work, who will provide financial assistance to pay all the rest of your bills?)

Do you know what the leading cause of Bankruptcy in this country is?

Medical Expenses.

We have 4 plans to protect your family from Financial Disaster.