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What Is Private Unemployment Insurance and Why Do You Need It?

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Imagine for a moment you get the dreaded news: you’ve been laid off. What goes through your mind first? How long can you go without an income before you can no longer make that car payment? Will your state-sponsored unemployment insurance be enough to keep you afloat? How long will it take to kick in? Are you even […]

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SafetyNet Expands to Michigan!

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Today is a big day as we get ready to launch in the car capital of the world! From those who work in the auto industry to those in manufacturing and beyond, we’re excited to bring SafetyNet’s job loss and disability insurance to residents of The Great Lakes State. It’s our mission to bring financial […]

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SafetyNet Launches in Oklahoma!

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We’re so excited to be launching in the Sooner State today, helping to improve the financial well-being of the 1.8 million workers employed in Oklahoma! From those living in Oklahoma City to the Great Plains, our mission is to bring Okies greater peace of mind over their financial future. As with all the states in […]

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SafetyNet is Now Available in Colorado!

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We’re thrilled to announce that today SafetyNet is now available to residents of The Centennial State! From the Rocky Mountains to the Mile High City, we’re pleased to offer hard-working Coloradans the opportunity to protect their income in the case of an unexpected job loss or disability, and help people sleep better at night knowing […]

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How SafetyNet™ Works: A New Kind of Income-Loss Insurance

How SafetyNet Insurance Works: A new kind of unemployment insurance

“Peace of Mind, Plain and Simple” According to a Federal Reserve report released last May, 46% of American’s surveyed said they did not have enough savings on hand to pay an unexpected $400 expense. Should they find themselves out of a job, a recent Bankrate Money Pulse survey suggested more than a third of those […]