Dynamic Chiropractic – November 5, 1993, Vol. 11, Issue 23

Cover Your Asset

By Stanley Greenfield, RHU
I have received tons of mail from my article in Dynamic Chiropractic, entitled "World's Greatest Asset." I can only draw the conclusion that most of you out there do not carry, do not understand, and do not know where to turn for good advice on how to set up a good disability program.
Amazing! Here's a question for you, if you had a goose that laid golden eggs, which would you insure? The goose or the golden eggs? I am sure you didn't even have to think about that one for very long to come to the conclusion that you would insure the goose. After all, you may use up the eggs, but as long as the goose stays healthy, the supply of eggs will continue to flow.

So it is in the real world too. Instead of a "DC" degree following your name, maybe it should be a "DG." I am sure you know what "DC" stands for. How about "DG"? Did I stump you? It stands for "Da Goose!" That's right, you are "da goose" that lays golden eggs! Have you ever thought of it like that? Maybe it's time you started.

I am sure that each and every one of you has every "golden egg" that you own and some that you just rent or lease, covered to the hilt. Am I right??? That's not the case in your particular situation? You dropped you auto coverage years ago and have no liability coverage on anyone? Your homes, office, and other worldly possessions are not covered for any peril including fire?

That has saved you thousands of dollars and you are happy you did it? All I can say to that is, "NOT!!"

There is no way that you would allow the "eggs" to be uninsured. Well, I have another question for you, "How about "da goose???" Don't you feel that you are sticking out your neck just a little too far? Don't you think it's time you corrected this situation? Aren't you sick of all these little questions that I keep asking you?? Then do something about it!

I still have available for you my "Must Have" Insurance List, telling you what you really need and what you need to get rid of, when it comes to insurance coverages. I also have my Disability Worksheet that will help you decide how to cover "da goose." Both of these are available to you for the price of a letter from you requesting same, along with a self addressed stamped envelope. Well what do you think about that offer? It may take 29 cents from your "eggs," but all in all, it's a bargain. It's a cheap way to find out how to protect that neck of yours and all that is connected to it.

If you now have coverage for "da goose," is it the best coverage for the price? Are you paying an additional charge just because you are a chiropractor? Have you compared it to see just what you should be paying? Do you have the right amount of coverage that will start when you need it? Do you need someone to review it for you to help you answer those questions? I can be your "Vet" to make sure that your goose is well taken care of. Instead of the "RHU" after my name that seems to mystify so many of you, I think I will change it to Stanley B. Greenfield, DV. How does that sound? If you haven't guessed yet, the "DV" stands for "Da Vet"!

Your comments and inquiries may be directed to:

Stanley Greenfield, RHU
9420 Keywest Ave., Suite 101
Rockville, MD 20850-3334

Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Thank you.

Editor's Note:

Further advice on finances is available through Mr. Greenfield's newsletter, Greenfield Chiropractic Financial News, # J-314-C, on the Preferred Reading & Viewing List, pages XX.

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