In Deerfield Beach there are over 60 different plans available on the marketplace. It can be difficult to sort through all these plans and find the best one for your needs and your budget.
At Florida Health Agency, we can guide you through the Health Insurance Exchange, determine if you qualify for a subsidy, and enroll you in a plan without all the hassle.
Things to know:
1. A policy costs the same whether you purchase it directly through the company, through an exchange, or through an independent agent.
2. The biggest advantage to using an experienced agent is that you can choose from many different plans rather than just one and get the expert advice you need for each.
3. If you have any problems just call us and we will help you! You won’t have to deal with it by yourself or sit on the phone for hours waiting for help at the call center.
With so many health plans to choose from, we can help you:
– Figure out if you qualify for a premium tax credit
– Narrow down the type of coverage you need
– Select deductible and copay/coinsurance levels that will benefit you most
– Determine a monthly premium that works with your budget
Florida Health Agency is an independent agency, not associated with one particular insurance provider. We will advise you on whatever plan(s) best suit your needs.
Contact Us at (954) 866-7579 for a free consultation
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