About Ed Bowling, CPCU, AIS, CPC
Ed Bowling, CPCU, AIS, CPC Has Over 35 Years Experience In Different Areas of the Insurance Distribution Cycle. Certified Preplanning Consultant with experience in life insurance trusts and final expense life insurance.
"I started this company to help people make decisions about protecting themselves and their businesses. My experience working with owners of insurance agencies, working for a large insurance company in several states, and working directly with consumers, gives our company an opportunity to provide options that serve the client first."
Today, one has the ability to research information about insurance in several ways. In some cases, decisions based on popular advertising have not helped people reach the goals they intended. As the economic environment changes and becomes more volatile, different approaches toward protection of assets need better attention. Satisfice Solutions, LLC has access to many resources helping individuals and families make better decisions. By partnering with companies with diverse products we can offer choices to consumers.
If you give us the opportunity, we will provide options based on your goals not ours. We want to provide information allowing you to make better decisions. Companies view automobile, home and business insurance differently than in the past. Life Insurance and related products have benefits beyond just death benefits
by many carriers. We have the resources to provide better choices for you, your business and your family.
Have a question? We'll answer your question with no obligation. This approach is rare in todays "all or nothing" environment.
Service is representing you and providing more resources to help you “satisifice”….. see for yourself.
What does the Word "Satisfice" mean?
Satisficing, a portmanteau “combing satisfy with suffice”, is a decision-making strategy that attempts to meet an acceptability threshold. This is contrasted with maximizing a decision-making strategy that specifically attempts to find the best option available. A satisficing strategy may often be (near) optimal if the costs of the decision-making process itself, such as the cost of obtaining complete information, are considered the outcome calculus.