Getting Health Insurance When You Are Self Employed

In this episode of Start A Business With Startup Daddy, I interview Dan Zeidler, an expert in both Individual and Group Health Insurance coverage.  He answers your questions about getting health insurance for you and your family when you are self employed, and getting coverage for you and your employees after you grow your business.  In the Time Saver Quick Tip, I discuss Google Analytics.

I don’t have to tell you how important having health insurance is.  It can be a challenge however, to navigate all of the options and choices available to you and find a health insurance policy that you can afford.  In this interview, Dan shares his insight on choosing a policy that balances having the benefits you need with a premium you can afford.

Some things we talk about in this episode:

HIPAA: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

NAHU: National Association of Health Underwriters

NAIFA: National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors

HSA: Health Savings Account

Quick Tip:
Google Analytics

You can contact Dan Zeidler at Essential Financial Associates:

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3 replies
  1. Lindsay says:

    Health insurance is definitely one of the things I miss about having a real job. I resent paying for it out of pocket, but it’s too scary to be with out, especially if you have a family.

    Now, time for a new podcast, Ian. Don’t make me come over there and crack a whip at you! :)

  2. brandon hansen says:


    I appreciate your situation and entrepreneurial spirit. I too have been juggling raising a family at the same time trying to start a business. I am in the transition period where I just got out of my previous business and am transitioning into the next venture.
    I am excited to see your progress and updates.




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