There are several means to purchase insurance. From online, over the phone, in person, through a broker or agent, to buying directly from an insurance company. Is there a benefit to one method over the other?
You may have heard the terms "insurance company" and "insurance broker". You may have thought they meant the same thing, but there are differences between the two. Find out what defines an insurance company versus a broker, their strengths and questions to ask when choosing one over the other.
The right insurance broker for your business should extend beyond buying a policy. Your broker should ensure you're receiving exceptional service. Here are four questions to help narrow down the right broker for you.
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