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How Long Do I Have To Work To Be Eligible For Disability Insurance?

Do I have to work a certain amount of time to be eligible for disability insurance?
Long Term Disability - Question 45
In most cases, you would have to be working for your employer for a period of time (often 3 months) before qualifying to be included in the company's Group Benefit Plan.
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