Brokers are insurance professionals licensed by the state of Minnesota and certified by MNsure who provide enrollment help and can recommend plans.
Brokers usually get commissions from health insurance companies for enrolling people into private insurance plans. Some brokers may only be able to sell plans from specific health insurance companies.
MNsure-certified brokers help you understand your coverage options and can give you advice about picking an insurance plan that best meets your needs. They can help you in person or over the phone.
Services from most MNsure-certified brokers are free. Brokers must tell you in advance if they will charge a fee, and for how much.
Help at Enrollment Centers
Enrollment centers are convenient, regional walk-in sites around the state where you can get free help and services from specially trained MNsure-certified brokers.
Find an enrollment center
You can also search the Assister Directory for a certified assister.