Physicians: 6 Questions to Ask Before Buying Life Insurance

Written by  Anuja Vaidya | Tuesday, 10 December 2013 15:00
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In a Physicians Practice report, Ike Devji, JD, an attorney who helps protect a national client base of more than 3,000, discusses questions that physicians should ask about life insurance policies before buying.

The six questions are:


1. What is my annual premium and can it change?
2. Could you show me the policy illustration?
3. Does this policy have a cash value?
4. Is my policy protected from creditors?
5. How long will my policies last?
6. What's my exit strategy?

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