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Guardian Survey: Fear of Losing Income Due to the Economy Equals Fear of Losing Income Due to Disability
Date:5/29/2008

than what they spend on gas each month. And most workers can purchase a group policy for less than what they spend on a daily-dose of coffee each month!"

"The point is," Petruzzi concluded, "in challenging economic times it is more important than ever to ensure your greatest asset: your ability to earn an income."

Guardian and Berkshire commissioned Insurance & Behavior: Life Without Income in recognition of Disability Insurance Awareness Month, an industry-wide consumer education effort observed each May.

More Disability Facts and Resources

-- If you are temporarily unemployed and have an existing disability

policy, some insurers such as Berkshire and Guardian waive your

disability insurance premiums until you return to work.

-- According to the LIFE Foundation (http://www.lifehappens.org) nearly 1 in 5

Americans will become disabled for one year or more before the age of

65.

-- The number or workers who become disabled has risen by 35% since 2000,

according to the Social Security Administration, as reported by the

Council for Disability Awareness (disabilitycanhappen.org).

-- An earlier Guardian study, Insurance and Behavior: Spotlight on

Individual Disability Insurance, revealed that millions of Americans

are ignoring the impact that an illness or a disability can have on

their retirement savings. Nearly half (48%) of Americans say they

would probably have to stop making contributions to their retirement

account should they become disabled.

-- Guardian's study, Insurance and Behavior: Spotlight on Group Life and

Disability Insurance, revealed that as many as 48% of employees don't

know that employer-paid disability income benefits are taxable.

-- These Guardian disability insurance research reports can be f
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SOURCE The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America
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