Internet Based Malpractice Insurance Now Available

Accountants, bookkeepers and tax preparers now have an alternative for malpractice insurance, available for the first time through the Internet through a new web site unveiled this week by one year old ePolicy.com, Inc. of Torrance, California.

Shopping for insurance can be handled entirely through the Web, and coverage from major carriers is available within minutes.

The malpractice insurance available through e-Policy is primarily for firms with 10 or fewer accountants or bookkeepers.

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