Archive for November, 2007

When Minimum Coverage Is Not Enough For Your Business

The name of the game in insurance is risk management. As a small information technology business owner or manager, you transfer the risk of loss to an insurance company in exchange for a premium. Of course you don’t want to spend more on that premium than you have to; nobody does. But skimping on your liability insurance could cost you your business. Litigation costs are rising, particularly for IT companies. More and more businesses are completely dependent upon their software. If that software fails, the IT Company which supplied it is going to end up paying. But if that IT firm has the right professional liability coverage, then it’s their insurance provider who does the paying.

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What’s The Best Business Insurance Coverage?

Running a small business is a gamble where, as a small business owner or manager, you try to undertake the least amount of risk you can with an eye toward reaping the greatest gain. Small business insurance is your best tool for keeping your risk level low. Since this isn’t a game for you or your employees, small business insurance isn’t a luxury but an absolute necessity. So finding the best small business insurance coverage for your company becomes your goal.

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Life Insurance - Making Sure You Buy Right

Good life insurance agents don’t usually pitch life insurance to prospects. They do their utmost to sell it in light of its benefits such as mortgage protection or retirement plan. However, if it has a life insurance component in it, it’s life insurance, period. That is, if it promises to pay something when or if you die.

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