FedAdvantage Supplemental Disability Insurance Plan is available to most civilian federal employees and insured by Standard Insurance.Standard, one of the most respected disability insurance providers in the industry, is now offering a low-cost, comprehensive disability insurance plan to federal employees.
Managed and administered by FedAdvantage, this program is available to most civilian federal employees and is designed to “fill in the gaps” from any sick leave or disability retirement programs offered through the federal government.
Product highlights include the following:
Choice of three plan options, Basic, Premier and Premier Plus
Guaranteed acceptance, no medical questions or exams
Up to $15,000 per month
Up to $180,000 per year
Benefits paid as early as 30 or 180 days
NEW! 24 hour own occupation coverage
Replaces 60% of your income
Benefits payable up to age 65
Disability benefits are income tax free
Partial disability benefits
NEW!…. optional Assisted Living Benefit…. up to $5,000 monthly benefit for life!
Vocational and Rehabilitative benefits to help you get back on your feet and back to work
Low cost group contract
excellent conversion option
Convenient payroll deduction
In many cases, you can pay for the FedAdvantage supplemental disability plan as well as a life insurance policy equal to five times your salary with the savings generated from our life insurance comparison at allfeds.com.
Our average savings for senior, highly compensated federal employees who currently carry FEGLI Option “B” has been $100,000 over twenty years.
That means you can fully protect your family against death and disability for what you are currently paying for FEGLI Option “B”.
FedAdvantage is a premier long term disability program that offers a quality product with professional participation limits to all civilian federal employees.
To get your personal quote based on your profile, please complete and submit the brief form. We will get back to you within two days with a detailed quote.
FedAdvantage supplemental disability, accident and critical illness plans are not available to active duty military or U.S. Postal Service employees.