Small Business Insurance Madison AL
2707 Artie St.
Fee Only Portfolio Management,Wealth Engineering,Mortgage Refinancing,IRA, 401k, Roth IRA, QDRO Rollovers,CD Alternative,Alternative Investments,Disability Insurance,Annuities,Alternative Asset Class Planning,Investment Consulting & Allocation Design,Business Succession & Liquidation Planning,Estate Tax Planning,Asset Protection Strategies & Planning,Individual Income Tax Planning,Portfolio Engineering,High Yield Bank Accounts,401k Rollover From Employer,Income for Life/ Preserve Principal,Wealt
Data Provided By:
Farmers Insurance-Ted Miller Agent
1871 Slaughter Rd Ste I
10971 County Line Rd
Cotton States Insurance
3810 Sullivan St
Burpee,Wendy-State Farm Insurance Agent
8097 Madison Blvd
Noel,Bob-State Farm Insurance Agent
151 Hughes Rd
Verizon Business For Allstate Insurance
4072 Sullivan St
Wiggins,Brian-State Farm Insurance Agent
8840 Madison Blvd.
3810g Wall Triana Hwy
Spears,Mary-State Farm Insurance Agent
7833-A Highway 72 West
Data Provided By:
Insurance For Your Small Business
One of the biggest mistakes small business owners often make is not insuring their business, not getting the proper insurance, or under-insuring their business. Work with both your accountant and your insurance agent to ensure that you make the right choices. Business insurance falls into two categories: Insurance that protects your business, and insurance that protects you and your employees. You will need to take a look at both categories to ensure that you have covered all the bases.
The first type of policy to look at for your business is a Standard Business Owners Policy (BOP). This type of policy encompasses several different types of coverage, and offers the best overall protection for your business. A standard business owner’s policy typically covers property damage, liability, and loss of income due to business interruption. Have your accountant go over the BOP that your insurance agent offers to make sure that it has the coverage that you need.
Business Owners Policies do not cover all of your small business insurance needs - the next type of insurance to look at is automobile insurance. This insurance should cover any vehicles used in the course of your business, such as delivery vehicles and company cars. Automobile Liability insurance is required in most states, for both personal and business vehicles.
A standard business owners policy may include coverage for your equipment, however, if it does not, you will probably want to get a policy that will cover the equipment. For equipment that doesn't fit into other types of coverage, you can purchase a specialized equipment coverage policy. Present a list of the equipment you need coverage for to your insurance agent to find out what equipment can be covered by the different policies available.
For yourself, you will need health insurance, disability insurance, and life insurance. You can also try to find a group insurance package that will enable you to offer thes...
Click here to read the rest of this article from GlobalBx