As a teacher, you need to work in order to earn your income or salary. In other words, if a teacher is unable to work in a month, he/she may not earn a salary for that month.
What happens when a teacher is disabled and could not teach? Of course, you may get your position back when you are able to work but you will likely not get a salary for the period you are unable to work. This is why teachers should take out teacher disability insurance to protect their income and salary when they are unable to work.
Teacher disability insurance will pay you a percentage of your salary (usually 50 or 60 percent) if you are disabled. However, the features and benefits you will obtain from the disability insurance policy may differ from one provider to the other. If you want to get the best teacher DI, you need to take your time to shop around and compare policy options.
But you don’t have to spend all the time comparing policy options, you can contact Insurdinary for teacher income replacement plan. We will connect you to reliable insurance advisors who will guide you to choose the right teacher disability insurance available to Canadians.
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