Bill Quickel's - Insurance Plus Agencies Inc. Blog
If you're looking to rent an office, you should also look into business insurance. Whether or not you expect to have clients come visit you, it's still a good idea to protect yourself. And your landlord may require it anyway.
The investment in business insurance can be a difficult one for some people. This type of insurance is invaluable, however. You need it to help defray the costs of many risks associated with managing your business. Yet, having a policy that fits your goals may seem expensive. How much will it cost you? Take a closer look at what factors impact your policy’s costs.
Many small business owners wonder when they should review their insurance coverage. The truth is that if it has been a while since you’ve reviewed your business insurance, it might be time to make changes. A review is a great opportunity to determine whether your policy meets your current needs. It might help you decide if your level of coverage requires an adjustment. Here are a few times when scheduling a review with your agent is important.
When a storm comes through any community, it can cause damage to property in a matter of minutes. Many times, the damage comes in the form of structural losses, such as the roof blowing off the property. Other times, it creates risks that go further, such as leaks that can cause you to lose the inventory in your business. Will your business insurance cover this type of risk? The answer to that may depend on several key factors.
Starting a new business means fantastic new opportunities. For many people who love pets, providing pet sitting and grooming services is a great way to build a business. But, what type of business insurance do startup pet groomers and pet sitters need?
Having proper business insurance is essential. It can help keep your business on track. It also minimizes financial loss to you.
Top 10 Investing Scams
Someone's always ready to empty the pockets of the investor who's overly eager for outsized returns. Here are some of the most prevalent schemes as published by www.bankrate.com.