Data says national housing sales will rise in 2024 and 2025. That’s great news for home stagers as their services will be in high demand. But is your home staging business protected from potential liability risks? Here’s why insurance is a must-have.
Exploring your options for switching insurance providers to get better coverage and possibly save money on your annual premium is worthwhile. Here's how you can do that.
A grace period is when a policyholder must make a premium payment that’s past due before their policy lapses or is cancelled by an insurance provider. Learn how grace periods work and what to do if you’re late making a payment.
A deductible is your share of the cost for damage or loss when you make a claim with your insurance provider. They can also help keep your annual premium low. Learn more about deductibles and why they matter.
Are you closing up shop for the winter? Ensuring your property is prepared for old man winter and your valuable contents and inventory are safely stored is vital. See our tips for how small business owners can shut down operations and keep their assets safe.
You may be required to add another person or party to your business insurance policy called an additional insured. Get an overview of what that is and what your options are for doing so.
If you’re seeking an efficient and affordable way to protect your small business, an all-in-one business owner’s policy may be an economical solution. Find out what it covers and why you need it.
Most insurance providers offer small business owners the option of paying their insurance premiums once a year or in monthly installments. Each option has benefits. But deciding which is best for you depends on your budget. Here's how to make an informed decision.
An insurance policy that lapses, expires, or is cancelled by a provider can leave you uninsured and lead to a host of problems. Learn what can lead to an insurance lapse, how it can affect you, and what to do if it happens to your business.
Making informed decisions is vital for any small business owner, sole proprietor, or self-employed professional, especially when purchasing insurance. Here are seven factors to consider before buying a policy.