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How To Fill A Business Owner's Insurance Needs


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Owning your own business

While our focus is insurance relating to your health condition, you should of course also have appropriate insurance to cover against loss of your property, business income and/or liability. For advice, speak with a property and casualty insurance broker or consultant with experience insuring businesses like yours.

The business may be a way to get insurance that may not be obtainable individually because of your health history.

  • Step 1: Consider your needs as well as the needs of your business.
  • Step 2: Review the insurance you have.
  • Step 3: Fill in the gaps.

If the business purchases the insurance, the premiums may be tax deductible even though the insurance may be for you personally.

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