Clients deserve strong income protection after an injury or sickness, even if they are still working. To find the right level for each person, check out this guide to fit and pricing.

Try this to start a discussion about income protection with your Millennial clients.

“Your paycheck helps you live the life you want, have fun with your family and friends, pay for the things you need, and more. What would be your first concern about keeping your lifestyle and your family on track if you couldn't work?”

Craft the perfect income protection solution by selecting Platinum Advantage provisions that meet your clients’ specific needs. A variety of optional riders build upon an already-strong contract, allowing your unique clients to prepare themselves for potential income loss scenarios they may be more likely to experience.
Make sure your clients are covered for a partial disability — add a residual rider to every Platinum Advantage policy. While the Basic Residual Disability Rider provides strong coverage for most policyowners, these three features of the Enhanced Residual Disability Rider were designed for highly specialized professionals and some business owners.
Doug Waters' article about changing the IDI conversation from price to value was published in Advisor Today. Doug explains that painting a picture of what could happen to a client’s hard-earned money in the event of a claim can help advisors move the IDI conversation from price to value.

Explore five key differences between Platinum Advantage Income Protection insurance and Protector Platinum. Check out our complete product comparison to see all the product enhancements that can give you a sales advantage.

Now let's look at how Platinum Advantage aligns with Millennials' values and preferences — and how to help them choose income protection insurance that fits their needs.