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Do you already have other insurance? You may or may not need BOP insurance depending on the coverages that you have. Don't Rely on Personal Coverages Don't expect your personal insurance coverages, such as your homeowners insurance or car insurance, to cover your business activities. READ MORE >>

Reducing workers’ compensation insurance claims is one of the most important steps every construction business should take. It reduces your costs overall. It also ensures your employees feel safe working with you. In the long-term, it also plays a role in which clients decide to work with you. READ MORE >>

Commercial auto insurance provides financial protection to companies for vehicles the business owns. You can purchase coverage for a single vehicle or a group of them. However, with every policy, it is important to provide comprehensive information about the covered cars. Here is more insight about fleet coverage. READ MORE >>

By Jamie Orr Many people struggle to understand annuities and wonder if they really need one or not. To help shed light on this situation, let’s look at one example. “Tom,” a 60-year-old widower, purchased an annuity 20 years ago. Should he repurpose or replace the annuity with a more tax-efficient asset such as life insurance? READ MORE >>

Some claims are made much more frequently than others www.thebalancesmb.com By Marianne Bonner Updated October 23, 2018 There's a 40 Percent Chance of a Claim Most small business owners don't expect to sustain any losses when they purchase insurance policies. They look at insurance as protection against extraordinary events. READ MORE >>

Do you have enough general liability insurance? This is a question most business owners need to consider. Even if you never adjusted the coverage limits prior to now, there are some indications to look for to see if it is time to do so. Business owners should review their coverage on an annual basis. READ MORE >>

Your Accounting Department Receives New Wiring Instructions From a Trusted Vendor. No Problem, Right? It could be fine, but what if they are mistaken and the email is from someone posing as your vendor. There is an increasingly common type of crime known as “Social Engineering” funds fraud, and 59% of attacks are directed at small and medium sized businessesi. READ MORE >>

If you have a small business, you might be able to buy a business owners policy, also called a BOP, as the foundation of your insurance package. BOPs are very convenient, because while they are one policy, officially, they still contain several types of business insurance. There are cost perks, and a better cohesion of benefits. READ MORE >>

States control many of the elements of workers’ compensation insurance. Considering this, it can be hard to manage the rules and requirements of this type of insurance if you have employees who work across state lines. As a business owner, you want to protect your team. READ MORE >>

In every state, laws exist that require drivers to maintain liability insurance. Even in no-fault states, if a driver causes significant damage to another's vehicle, they may be responsible. However, as a business owner, you may wonder what happens if someone without proper insurance strikes your vehicle. READ MORE >>

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