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Question DetailsAsked on 12/11/2014

Health insurance broker 33809

Looking for health insurance plan assistance in Lakeland, FL

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I would recommend using a health insurance broker over an agent or company. Health insurance brokers services are free, and they work for you, not the insurance company. Find a broker that works with all of the companies in your area. Angie's List has 3 categories to choose from when you login. Agents & Companies, Brokers and Agencies.

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Answered 4 years ago by iHealthBrokers.com

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If you are potentially eligible for the subsidized Obamacare rates which can reduce your premiums up to almost 100% in low-income cases, you HAVE to buy through the federal exchange (Florida did not set up its own exchange) to be eligible for the reduced rates - website here -


https://www.healthcare.gov/

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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