Employees and even employers can protect their income in the case of a debilitating accident that would take them out of the workforce - either temporarily or permanently. A broken leg, arm, stroke, etc. can happen in an instant and leave your life in shambles, and stressing out how to pay your bills. Disability insurance makes sure that you will still get paid while you are recovering, by continuing to pay up to 70% of your income, depending on your policy and how it works with the state disability system. Short term disability starts at a year long and will typically go up to a 5 year period, depending on the insurance company. Long term disability is from a 5 year period of benefit - all the way to age 65. If you want to make sure that your assets are covered optimally, it's time to make a move. #MovetoFLiP

Meet Sam Tadlock

An entrepreneur since a very young age, coupled with quality work ethics have propelled me to leadership and management roles in every organization I have been a part of, stemming from Volunteer organizations, networking groups, Church organizations, to my professional Career. Over time these experiences have allowed high development in skills needed for true leadership, including goal setting, planning, system development, training, and motivation. A motto of "Leading from the front"​ has also translated into excellent business practices, helping my clients solve their problems most important to them, in the way that is most efficient for them, even if those solutions don't involve any financial benefit to me or my organization.

My passion in life is teaching other to obtain their true potential, no matter their current circumstances. Empowering Economic Freedom!

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Jun 08, 2017 @ 8:42pm


Should I “buy term insurance and invest the difference”?

The best answer to this age old question is…. “maybe”. I hear these type of phrases often, but the fact of the matter is that statement is too generic for…

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