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.
Ari Fischman is a certified financial planner who has provided insurance, estate planning, and financial solutions for affluent consumers. He has recently entered a strategic partnership with the wealth management firm Telemus Financial Life Management and focuses exclusively on insurance.
This article was written by and presents the views of our contributing adviser, not the Kiplinger editorial staff. You can check adviser records with the SEC or with FINRA.
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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.
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