The Value of a Benefits Broker.
Brokers are paid by the insurance carriers, so their service is free to the consumer. A benefits broker must be a licensed professional in the state in which they sell insurance, and they must go through extensive training to earn their license. They are required to continue their training on an annual basis.
Benefits brokers help individuals and business owners understand all their options and can often customize a package unique to the customer. They help determine the insurance types that best fit your needs and recommend plans that give you the best coverage for your dollars spent.
A benefits broker can:
- Present plan options from multiple insurance carriers
- Compare the pros and cons of the different insurance plans
- Facilitate enrollment into a plan
- Understand the continually changing insurance legislation
- Provide ongoing service representing your needs to the insurance carrier
- Review your insurance policy annually and facilitate renewal if necessary
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