Welcome to A&B Insurance of Florida

With offices conveniently located in Tampa, Boca Raton, Orlando/Sanford, New Port Richey, Ft. Myers, Florida.  We are focused on providing Florida Health Insurance thru Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida offering products aimed at complying with Obamacare regulations including Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage.  In addition, we look at Critical Illness, Accident Policy, and a full range of personal and business insurance alternatives.

A&B Health Insurance for Families

At A&B Insurance, our priority is to offer our clients the very best options when it comes to Florida Health Insurance.  Whether you are an individual, sole proprietor, or entrepreneur, we are here with broad programs custom-des

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Having a benefits plan in place can be a key ingredient for attracting and retaining key employees.  We have a broad spectrum of products including:

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When you think about Florida auto insurance, we want you to think about A&B Insurance and Financial.  We offer a broad range of affordable auto insurance programs combined with excellent service and claims advocacy in the unfort

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Homeowners insurance provides coverage in the event of damage to your property, as well as liability for injuries and damage you cause to other people.

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Recent Blog Posts

April 4th, 2016 by Rob Anderson

Critical illness coverage, also known as critical illness insurance, is a long-term insurance policy to cover specific serious illnesses listed within a policy. Should the...

January 11th, 2016 by Rob Anderson

There have been some recent issues surrounding Payment and Premium Billing for Florida Blue Under 65 ACA 2016 Polices. Most other carriers involved with offering coverage...

August 31st, 2015 by Rob Anderson

More than 85% of Obamacare enrollees qualified for the Advanced Premium Tax Credit in 2015. This is the "subsidy" that Americans receive to help pay their monthly...

July 9th, 2015 by Rob Anderson

THURSDAY, July 9, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- U.S. deaths from blood pressure-related diseases are expected to drop substantially during the coming decades because of improved...