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Molly A. Thomas fpqp™

“My specialty is the last thing most clients want to talk about – insurance. That all seems to change once I have their ear.”

“Once they understand insurance as a vital risk management tool and they know we are going to ‘make it easy’ for them, they stop seeing it as a hassle and appreciate its value. Being good at insurance is about peeling back the layers to discover what is working and what isn’t. I always wanted to be a private investigator – put on a wig and glasses and follow someone around to figure out what’s really going on.”

Molly uses her natural curiosity to decipher the small (and not so small) print – guiding clients to the right policies and away from unexpected surprises.

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Will your home weather the storm
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Identity theft: Prevent losing yourself
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“My specialty is the last thing most clients want to talk about – insurance. That all seems to change once I have their ear.”

“Once they understand insurance as a vital risk management tool and they know we are going to ‘make it easy’ for them, they stop seeing it as a hassle and appreciate its value. Being good at insurance is about peeling back the layers to discover what is working and what isn’t. I always wanted to be a private investigator – put on a wig and glasses and follow someone around to figure out what’s really going on.”

Molly uses her natural curiosity to decipher the small (and not so small) print – guiding clients to the right policies and away from unexpected surprises.

Articles Quoting Us

Dementia — the D word
MidlandsBiz

Doctor’s orders
FA-mag.com

The Affordable Care Act brings change for employers in 2016
MidlandsBiz

Medicare prescription drug plans: annual review
MidlandsBiz

Will your home weather the storm
MidlandsBiz

Identity theft: Prevent losing yourself
MidlandsBiz

Applying for Insurance: What to expect
MidlandsBiz

Many factors can affect your life insurance application
SCETV Radio

Are your property insurance policies adequate?
SCETV Radio

Molly Recommends


The Wisdom of Crowds
James Surowlecki


Selma
Jutta Bauer


The Artist's Way at Work
Mark Bryan with Julia Cameron and Catherine Allen


Younger Next Year
Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge

“My specialty is the last thing most clients want to talk about – insurance. That all seems to change once I have their ear.”

“Once they understand insurance as a vital risk management tool and they know we are going to ‘make it easy’ for them, they stop seeing it as a hassle and appreciate its value. Being good at insurance is about peeling back the layers to discover what is working and what isn’t. I always wanted to be a private investigator – put on a wig and glasses and follow someone around to figure out what’s really going on.”

Molly uses her natural curiosity to decipher the small (and not so small) print – guiding clients to the right policies and away from unexpected surprises.

Articles Quoting Us

Dementia — the D word
MidlandsBiz

Doctor’s orders
FA-mag.com

The Affordable Care Act brings change for employers in 2016
MidlandsBiz

Medicare prescription drug plans: annual review
MidlandsBiz

Will your home weather the storm
MidlandsBiz

Identity theft: Prevent losing yourself
MidlandsBiz

Applying for Insurance: What to expect
MidlandsBiz

Many factors can affect your life insurance application
SCETV Radio

Are your property insurance policies adequate?
SCETV Radio

Molly Recommends


The Wisdom of Crowds
James Surowlecki


Selma
Jutta Bauer


The Artist's Way at Work
Mark Bryan with Julia Cameron and Catherine Allen


Younger Next Year
Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge