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Business Insurance Package

A business insurance package policy provides comprehensive coverage for a range of typical risks that businesses face. The insurance package would contain policies for commercial property (the building and its contents), crime insurance, general liability, and business interruption.

Our business insurance package policy ensures that you operate with the least amount of risk possible.

Author: Jacques Wong

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Business Insurance FAQs

For businesses with some level of fixed assets like equipment, inventory, or buildings, insurance is an obvious choice.  But even businesses without assets (i.e. professional services) should purchase some base level of liability insurance to protect themselves and their clients.

The most common types of business insurance are commercial property and liability.  Those are good places to start but you should speak with a licensed insurance broker for a detailed risk analysis.

A typical business insurance package includes:

  • Commercial Property Insurance
  • Business Interruption Insurance
  • Liability Insurance
  • Crime Insurance

No, business insurance is optional, but many landlords and clients will require you to carry some level of insurance prior to contracting or doing business with you.

Business Interruption Insurance pays for losses or reductions in profit brought in by your business if your operations are interrupted by an insured loss to physical property.

Insurance costs are considered business expenses and are treated the same way from a tax perspective.

Many business owners delay purchasing business insurance to try to save some money.  Often, they wait until a client or landlord requires proof of insurance before they rush out to buy insurance.  Businesses at all stages of the life cycle face significant risks and should purchase insurance as soon as practicable to mitigate their financial exposure to losses.

This depends on many factors including the value of your business property, nature of your business activities, revenues generated by the business, and the level of coverage you choose.

No, usually you’ll need to purchase a separate policy for that new business.  There are exemptions to this rule for succession, death, or business acquisitions. 

A typical business insurance package doesn’t include coverage for vehicles, but certain coverages can be added.

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Business Insurance Package

A business insurance package policy provides comprehensive coverage for a range of typical risks that businesses face. The insurance package would contain policies for commercial property (the building and its contents), crime insurance, general liability, and business interruption.

Our business insurance package policy ensures that you operate with the least amount of risk possible. 

Author: Jacques Wong

BOOK A CALL
Business Insurance FAQs

For businesses with some level of fixed assets like equipment, inventory, or buildings, insurance is an obvious choice.  But even businesses without assets (i.e. professional services) should purchase some base level of liability insurance to protect themselves and their clients.

The most common types of business insurance are commercial property and liability.  Those are good places to start but you should speak with a licensed insurance broker for a detailed risk analysis.

A typical business insurance package includes:

  • Commercial Property Insurance
  • Business Interruption Insurance
  • Liability Insurance
  • Crime Insurance

No, business insurance is optional, but many landlords and clients will require you to carry some level of insurance prior to contracting or doing business with you.

Business Interruption Insurance pays for losses or reductions in profit brought in by your business if your operations are interrupted by an insured loss to physical property.

Insurance costs are considered business expenses and are treated the same way from a tax perspective.

Many business owners delay purchasing business insurance to try to save some money.  Often, they wait until a client or landlord requires proof of insurance before they rush out to buy insurance.  Businesses at all stages of the life cycle face significant risks and should purchase insurance as soon as practicable to mitigate their financial exposure to losses.

This depends on many factors including the value of your business property, nature of your business activities, revenues generated by the business, and the level of coverage you choose.

No, usually you’ll need to purchase a separate policy for that new business.  There are exemptions to this rule for succession, death, or business acquisitions. 

A typical business insurance package doesn’t include coverage for vehicles, but certain coverages can be added.

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Ready for a Quote?

By completing our short online form, we can get to work right away without taking up any more of your valuable time.

SUBMIT YOUR INFO
Don’t want to wait?
Connect with us now.
Connect@TheReFrameGroup.com

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