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Disability Income Needs Calculator
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*Other sources may include spousal income, Social Security benefits, or income from savings and investments.

This calculator is designed to help you estimate how much disability income protection you might need. Enter an amount in each category listed, then click the calculate button for results.


Disability Income Needs

To protect your finances should you become disabled, you may need an estimated $4,000 per month in additional income. One potential source of this income is disability insurance.
Disability insurance policies generally aim to replace 50% to 70% of your gross income. This chart illustrates the monthly benefit you might receive based on your estimated gross income of $5,000.



    Assumptions

  • This calculator does not take into account the effect of income taxes.
  • Although disability insurance policies generally pay benefits equal to 50% to 70% of your gross income, benefits may be limited by other factors. For example, they may be reduced by amounts received from other sources (such as Social Security), and a monthly maximum benefit may apply.
  • Keep in mind that disability benefits are payable for a limited period of time (called the benefit period) outlined in the policy. A waiting period (called the elimination period) may also apply. This is the amount of time you must wait after the onset of a disability before benefits become payable.
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