Who Is Going To Be the Next Fed Chief?

Written by Michael on . Posted in Business News

It is Yellen t and not Summers, as the next Fed chief. According to a survey, President Obama is expected to pick Janet Yellen as the next chairman of the Federal Reserve after Ben Bernanke. The Fed survey was organized by CNBC’ so as to get a feel of the President’s pick. Majority of the participants in the survey believe that Obama is going to choose Yellen. Ben Bernanke, who is the current chairman, has his term up in January. About 25% of the participants in the survey believed that Larry Summers, the former Treasury Secretary will be the next Fed chief.  About 12 % believed that Obama should reappoint Bernanke.

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Looking Out for the Right Business Insurance Companies

Written by Michael on . Posted in Business Insurance 101

Business insurance is a must for every business big or small and therefore you need to make sure that you are looking out for the right business insurance companies that can help you out with the insurance policies that you can buy for your business. With so many business insurance companies already available in the market it sometimes becomes difficult to choose which company you should approach. On the other hand, it also becomes difficult to choose the right kind of policy that you should buy considering your business requirements and options. Here are some tips that can help you to decide how to look for the right business insurance companies.

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Insurance Covers for a Small Business Owner

Written by Michael on . Posted in Small Business Insurance

The risks and unexpected challenges that surface around a business do not see the size of the venture or its type. They can arise anywhere and anytime, some with good reason while others without and not under your control. Small business owners should not neglect their insurance covers at any time.

Here are the insurance options for small business owners that they seriously need to consider.

  • Property Insurance – Offers protection to your business property against theft, vandalism, smoke damage, etc.
  • General Liability Insurance – Provides defense and damages protection for your employees, products or services for any damage to a third party.
  • Commercial Auto Insurance – This insurance offers protection to a company’s vehicles that carry the products, the employees, or equipment.
  • Personal Automobile Insurance – Get Automobile insurance to cover all vehicles involved in your business and get protection against physical damage and bodily injury.
  • Life Insurance – The insurance offers you peace of mind that your family and loved one will get taken care of after you.
  • Renter’s Insurance – This is for the home based small businesses and gives protection against any damage to the physical property and personal injury.
  • Homeowner’s Insurance – This kind of cover offers protection against damage to the home and all those objects inside it or any accidents that may happen at home.
  • Data Breach – This is to get protection for any sensitive public information about clients and employees and get cover against the loss.
  • Directors and Officers Insurance – The aim here is to offer protection to the directors and officers as well as protect the company against their actions.
  • Professional Liability Insurance – Also referred to as Errors and Omissions Insurance, the policy offers protection against improperly rendered professional services.
  • Worker’s Compensation – The aim of this cover is to offer insurance to employees who get injured on the job and get them medical benefits and wage replacement.
  • Business owner’s policy – This is a complete package that covers everything related to a small business like property, business interruption, vehicle coverage, crime and liability insurance, etc.

The above are important insurance covers that should not be neglected by business owners at any cost. Additionally, they can also go for Personal Umbrella Insurance that offers an extension to an already existing policy and goes much beyond the regular policy.  Keep your business covered, from all possibilities and aspects and run your venture with a complete peace of mind.

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Do you need Commercial Auto Insurance?

Written by Michael on . Posted in Business Insurance 101, Business Owners Insurance

Commercial auto insurance is different from regular auto insurance, as the insurance here covers the vehicle that is being driven or used for commercial purpose. The aim of the insurance is to protect business owners as well as their employees, if involved with an auto accident.

If you are running a business that makes use of vehicles for transportation or delivery purposes, like the car rental services, or food delivery business, you are expected to carry a certain commercial liability insurance.  The commercial vehicle insurance will keep your business protected from financial responsibility, in case of an accident. You will also need an auto insurance if you are a commercial driver. As a business owner, you should know the commercial insurance is carried by the business and does it include the Commercial auto insurance. If yes, then does it comprise of collision coverage, motorist coverage and comprehensive coverage. Once you have some clear answers, then you will have a fairly good idea about the commercial vehicle insurance you are carrying and if there is any need to buy more.

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The Different Kinds of Business Insurance

Written by Michael on . Posted in Business Insurance 101

Business Insurance has never been so extensive and today one can get coverage for every possible risk in your venture. If you own a business or are setting up one, make sure that you are well aware of the options available in Business Insurance to cover different risks. And, before that, it is essential to take into consideration all specific risks that your business might face. Let us take into consideration the different type of insurances for businesses and what exactly does you should look for.

General Insurance
All business owners look for general liability insurance to take care of claims of negligence or any legal hassles due to accidents or injuries. These policies cover the business and protect it from property damage, cost of lawsuits, medical expenses, settlement bonds, etc.

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