Pick a Plan, Any Plan
Ask an Agent for Advice
One thing to remember is that you will want to have the appropriate amount of insurance to meet your needs. Unscrupulous agents may try to sell you insurance that you don't need, so be sure to speak up if you think you're being taken advantage of.
For instance, if you're starting a new restaurant and do not serve liquor, then you won't need any liquor liability insurance. That may seem like a no-brainer, but some people find themselves with liquor liability insurance when they purchase
an all-inclusive plan in an attempt to save money. Don't be afraid to buy individual plans to meet your needs.
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Dana Rasmussen Dana Rasmussen writes about various forms of insurance for new businesses. When she's not busy writing, she owns a small business that is heavily insured.
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