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Men and women are beginning to lean towards entrepreneurship, over a 9-5 career. The increase of technology has created an even larger need for creativity, giving entrepreneurs like yourself a chance to shine, and more opportunities to do so.



The excitement over these opportunities causes one to occasionally overlook the legal aspects and documents needed to protect their new business. Stay a step ahead of the game by properly ensuring your new investment.

Protect yourself and your investment with a Business Owners Policy (BOP). Being a smaller startup, this policy offers you a range of protection. Take your protection a step further and invest in your employees. Whether you have 2 employees or 50, General Liability Insurance is essential. Not only will this business insurance protect you and your new startup, but it will protect your employees and customers, too.

If you are going to have employees other than yourself, you will also want to ensure a workers compensation policy, which is usually required by the state. California and Nevada require workers compensation insurance from businesses, as well as regular audits, verifying you are enforcing legitimate business practices.

Starting a new business is a lot of work, but can produce rewarding outcomes if done correctly. Let us help you each step of the way by calling today (760)471-2200.

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