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Potential Sources of Income Replacement To Consider While On Disability

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Employer: Check with your employer to make sure you are receiving all the income to which you may be entitled. For instance, check:

  • Sick leave and holiday plans
  • Short and long term income replacement plans.

Perhaps you can borrow money from your employer or co-workers could do a fund raiser.

Government programs:

Your own assets: You may be able to obtain cash from one of your existing assets without selling the asset. We call this "New Uses of Assets." 

Friends and family: If necessary, borrow from family and friends. Survivorship A to Z tells you how. Click here

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