One of the biggest challenges of starting a new business is ensuring its financial viability as you work towards making it profitable. If your personal finances are a mess, your business won’t fare much better.
The more you educate yourself about the insurance lexicon, the more adept you’ll be at determining the type and scope of coverage necessary for your business. Here are insurance phrases to be familiar with.
Healthcare laws have changed, and small businesses need to pay attention to these six opportunities that could help lower employee healthcare costs.
You think that not buying a business insurance policy will save you money? Think again. Here are seven reasons why you can’t afford to operate without it.
Eventually, an employee will steal from your business, a co-worker or a customer. Small businesses need to be protected in these situations, and this is where fidelity bonds come into play.
Many small business owners don’t think about all the insurance necessary to protect their businesses. With the right approach and the right policies, you can protect your assets and your business from most problems.
Technically, it is never too late to buy life insurance. However, if you wait until later in your life to purchase life insurance, you may pay higher premiums or settle for a policy that you do not really want.
Whether you’re a veteran business owner or looking to start your first business, you’re going to need a surety bond. Here are factors to determine the cost of a bond and the benefits it can offer your business.
Product liability claims fall into billions of dollars on an annual basis with over 34 million people being either injured or killed from product-related accidents. One claim could cripple a small business, so what can you do to protect yours?
In many ways, poker is a lot like business. In fact, you might be surprised at how learning to play poker can help you improve your business.