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Navigating the complex world of health insurance can often be overwhelming and confusing. If you don’t receive a health insurance plan through your employer, you are often on your own to find a provider and a plan that works for you and your family. Even if you select a plan, are you confident it is the best coverage for your budget and healthcare needs?
Understanding the choices you have when it comes to insurance shouldn’t be complicated. So in the simplest of terms, let’s look at what a captive vs. independent insurance agent is.
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Purchasing insurance can be daunting for some of us, but it shouldn’t be. It shouldn’t be complicated, headache-inducing, or a burden. When insurance agents and customers work together everyone is on the same goal– to protect you.