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How much does small business insurance cost?
Some small business owners might think that business insurance is an added cost that they simply can’t afford, but it’s more affordable than you might think. Our partner TruShield Insurance offers small business policies from as little as $42.00 per month. Choosing the proper insurance coverage, insurance provider and insurance deductible for your business can make a big difference in your monthly premiums and may help you to develop more leads.
Some types of insurance coverage to consider:
No matter how small your business is, there are always liability exposures that could impact your business. Commercial General Liability coverage can help protect it from liability risks that are out there.
Whether you operate your small business out of your home, or you rent, lease or own a commercial space—one of the coverages you will likely need is commercial property insurance. Commercial property insurance can not only provide coverage for the building you own, but also for a long list of things inside including your equipment, inventory, furniture, computers and other electronics, as examples.
If you rely on tools and equipment offsite to help keep your business running, or make use of one or more vehicles to help get the job done, insurance coverage for these items will be necessary as well.
These are just some of the insurance coverages to consider.
Remember, the smaller your business, the worse the financial impact of a an uninsured loss! What kind of coverage do you need for your small business? Is deciding not to have insurance worth the risk?
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