The Importance of a Health Insurance Broker

Why should an employer work with a health insurance broker?

“When you’re making a decision that affects the lives of you and your employees, you deserve an expert whose job it is to help you make the right decision. A broker:

  • Helps you to establish a budget that makes sense for your business
  • Ensures the health insurance you offer employees is comprehensive and compliant
  • Will always be by your side during the year to answer questions, help resolve claims, and walk you through open enrollment at the end of the year”

(By the way, if your current employee benefits broker isn’t doing these things for you, message me. I can help!)

I love CaliforniaChoice for understanding what I do for my clients!

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