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How do you buy a health insurance plan? If you settle for a plan your agent sells or are happy knowing that you have bought the cheapest one, there is a bit of unlearning and a lot of learning in store for you.

On the other hand, with numerous products, plan options, and all the complicated fine print, comparing insurance can be quite a daunting task.

Thus, to simplify and empower quicker decision-making, Mint in association with Beshak.org, an unbiased insurance discovery platform presents Mint Beshak Insurance Ratings.

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