How much does an Insurance Broker make in the United States?

451 salaries reported, updated at August 2, 2021
$66,109
per year

The average salary for a insurance broker is $66,109 per year in the United States.

Most common benefits

  • Life insurance
  • Professional development assistance
  • Work from home
  • Health insurance
  • Flexible schedule
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Most common benefits for Insurance Brokers

  • Life insurance
  • Professional development assistance
  • Work from home
  • Health insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Dental insurance
  • Wellness program
  • AD&D insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Gym membership
  • Food provided
  • Vision insurance
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Salary satisfaction

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53% of Insurance brokers in the United States think their salaries are enough for the cost of living in their area

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How do insurance brokers make money?

Insurance brokers are paid a commission and fees by the insurance companies whose policies they sell to individuals or businesses. The level of commission is usually regulated by the state, and it can vary greatly depending on your location. Policies that last for more than a year will often earn a broker a smaller residual payment for the rest of the duration of the policy.

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