Brower typically receives compensation in the form of commissions paid by the insurance company as a percentage of the premiums paid. These commissions may vary based on the insurance company, type of business, and nature of the coverage provided.
In addition, Brower may receive additional compensation, in accordance with custom in the industry, under agreements that provide for payments based on the overall book of business with a company. These payments are calculated based on the profitability, growth, and retention of that book of business. Brower will provide additional information regarding our total compensation at your request.
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