You Need an Insurance Audit

Many people overpay for inadequate coverage. To find out if you're among them, don't ask Flo; ask a financial planner.

There is a good chance that you are paying too much for your insurance. And as much as you are paying, you probably are still not adequately covered where it matters.

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Ari Fischman, CFP®
Principal, Fischman Insurance Group

Ari Fischman is a Certified Financial Planner who has provided insurance, estate planning and financial solutions for affluent consumers. He is a Financial Adviser with Eagle Strategies LLC, a Registered Investment Adviser, and through Eagle Strategies, he has access to some institutional third-party wealth management firms that manage client assets. Fischman Insurance Group is not owned or operated by Eagle Strategies LLC.