In the early days of starting a business, the hours can be long and the pressures high. You are generally on your own—with few or no employees. You probably have one product or service under development and few assets in place. There is a critical need for financing capital, but without a proven cash flow record, loans may be hard to come by.
Insurance used for business protection is quite simply a method for handling risk.
Identify what risks you are exposed to and how to protect your business.
Creating an employee benefit program is one way to attract the best and brightest people to your business.
Learn how a basic employee benefit program can enhance your business.
When starting out, you need business protection and provide for yourself.
A Personal Needs Analysis helps you identify your financial needs and goals.
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