Ensure Your Insurance is Up to Date

Now that busy season and first quarter filings are out of the way, you should take a look at various areas that could affect the operations of your business or firm ... like insurance.

Obviously, you should have a basic liability insurance policy, as well as workers' compensation and disability policies if you have employees at your place of business, or even for yourself.

In addition, there are various nuances related to your business that might require additional coverage. If you audit, for example, hospitals and your staff performs field work, you might check with your health insurance provider to see if you need a special rider related to working within a healthcare facility.

Check with a broker or your agent for details on insurance, and network with peers to learn what they have in place.

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