So, you’ve got this small business, and you want to offer group health insurance for your employees. Choosing a group health insurance plan can be difficult – health insurance is complicated, we’re not going to lie. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to get the hang of. We’re going to go over five different money-related group health insurance terms you might encounter in your noble quest for group health insurance.
When you’re a small business owner, there are a lot of details that go into running a business that most people conveniently forget to tell you about. One of which is more than likely group health insurance. What is it? How do you get it? How do you get the right plan for you and your employees?
Here are some of the main things to consider when shopping for a group health plan for your business.
If you’re an employer with a small business, you might be in need of small business health insurance for your employees. (There are many reasons to consider offering group health insurance, after all.) One benefit you can consider offering to your employees will help them if they ever need to take time off work due to illness or injury. As an employer, you can offer short-term and long-term disability insurance. What are those? We’ll explain how both of these coverages work and why you might want to consider offering them.
If you’re a business owner, you know that shopping for group health insurance is an entirely different ballpark than shopping for individual coverage or even workers’ comp. A lot of questions pop up that you may have never considered. What kinds of group health insurance can I offer my employees? What will group health insurance cost for my business? What kind of group health insurance fits my business and my employees?
It seems like there are too many types of coverage out there and not enough time in your busy schedule to go through them all. So, we’re here to walk you through some of the basics of group health insurance.
So, your friends and family have been raving about your cooking since you were old enough to hold a spatula. Or maybe you’ve just graduated from cooking school with years of restaurant experience under your belt. Or you could be following a lifelong dream after years of planning, saving, and a worrying about all the small details. Now you have your own place to share your food with the world! (Or at least your community.)
However, there’s one very important detail to keep in mind before you open your doors: restaurant insurance.
You’re the fearless leader of your business. But with the title of Fearless Leader comes a lot of responsibility that gets heaped on your plate. One of those things is business insurance. There are a lot of possible risks that could befall your business, and among those is the possibility that an employee could get hurt. That’s what workers’ compensation insurance is for. We’ll explain what workers’ comp is and how it can help you provide for your employees if they get hurt on the job.
Your creative prowess has finally bloomed into a full-blown business venture with a store location to match! While this is definitely an exciting new chapter in your life, there are many other responsibilities associated with your retail location besides a standard business license…like retail store insurance.
Your hard work, merchandise, employees, and every new customer must be protected by the proper retail insurance policies. However, with all the commercial insurance coverages available, it can be overwhelming to determine what type of coverage is best for your unique business. We’re here to help you crack the code on retail store insurance – what it covers, what it doesn’t, and how much you might need to support your business.
Maybe you’ve been putting it off, but you’re finally going to bite the bullet and get tow truck insurance quotes. Tow truck insurance rates depend on a lot of different factors, so when you’re on the phone with an agent they’re probably going to have a few questions for you. The point of those questions is to help you get the most accurate quote possible. To give you a bit of a heads-up about what to expect when you get a tow truck insurance quote, here are some of the questions the agent might ask.
In order for your towing business to succeed, you need some clients. And you can get clients by marketing your tow truck business. Marketing might seem a little intimidating, but a place to start is by building a brand for your tow truck business. What’s a brand, exactly? It’s how you set your business apart from your competition. It’s a promise that your business makes that kind of gives it a personality. We’ve got ten tips for creating a brand for your towing business.
As a small business owner, you’ve probably heard that reviews are worth their weight in gold. But maybe you’re wondering if that’s true, or just a bunch of bologna. Or maybe you’ve decided to give it a try – however reluctantly – and you’re wondering how to get reviews for your small business. It’s not like you can snap your fingers and have a cache of thoughtful, glowing, and well-written reviews appear on your website (as cool as that would be.) We’ll explain why reviews are so important for your business and give you some tips to get online reviews for your business.