Avoiding a broker fee when purchasing a Connecticut health insurance policy is pretty easy to do. Connecticut health insurance brokers aren’t allowed to charge fees to consumers for private health insurance.
Many people wind up paying more for insurance because they fail to use a broker. People will often pay more when they avoid working with a broker and deal directly with an insurance company. This is because they are likely to hear the virtues of that particular insurance company and nothing positive about any of the other insurance carriers. Having access to a less biased source of information might result in lower premiums for many consumers.
You have a much better chance of saving money by working with brokers like my son and I who work with multiple companies. In fact, we work with all of the Connecticut health insurance companies. Our advice is much less biased because of this fact.
You can get information on any and all of the following insurance companies from us:
- Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Golden Rule (United Health One)
Our primary goal is to help you find the right coverage. We want you to work with our agency and want to earn our commissions by discovering your needs and helping you find the plan that best suits those needs.
Although we are paid commissions, your premiums are not affected by that fact. This is a state law. The money we invest in marketing and the time we spend with our clients reduces the insurance company’s expenses. We are compensated with some of that money, but your prices are not affected.
I hope that you will allow us to help you find the best policy. You don’t pay for our services, but I think that you will benefit from them.
You don’t need to work very hard to avoid paying a broker’s fee when you work with us. Allow us to help you avoid paying to much by letting us shop the Connecticut health insurance market for you.