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Health Insurance for the Self-Employed – Protecting Your Business’s Greatest Asset

“I’ve been considering quitting my full-time job and getting a part-time job that would pay the bills [so I can start a home business] … The one biggie my full-time job provides me now is health insurance. If I was to get a part-time job, I’d probably have to pay for my own health insurance and I know that can be expensive.”

Flying Without A Net

One of the most exciting and daunting things about starting your own home-based business as your sole means of income is the reality that no one is responsible for your success or failure but you.

Checklist For The New Home-Based Business

So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and start your own home-based business. Congratulations! You’re on your way to true financial independence. Protect your business and your livelihood by making sure you have paid proper attention to the following:

Documentation Your Management Insurance Policy

Today we talk about a necessary evil in the life of the manager. And you can thank fellow reader Nancy of California for suggesting that I write an article about this scintillating topic Don’t you just love spending your time documenting? It’s such a joy to sit and write down every detail of a situation. And usually those situations which need to be documented fall into the “challenging” category, right? So, as you document, you get to re-live each and every moment of a confrontational or controversial situation. What a blast!

Is Your Insurance HEALTHY?

Five years ago, average health insurance premium was equivalent of a car payment, now it’s more like a mortgage. More and more people are faced with a tough choice: indefinitely postpone their next visit to the doctor or start depleting retirement savings in order to pay medical bills.

There should be a better way to keep our families healthy…

Locating Affordable Health Insurance for Businesses and Individuals

Finding health insurance, as a business owner, can be difficult and is usually expensive. But it doesn’t have to “break the bank”. Below is a list of valuable insurance resources and great places to start your research. Disclaimer: It is the reader’s sole responsibility to abide by all pertinent jurisdiction laws and regulations pertaining to their business and health. Each person is responsible and liable for the outcome of acting on any of the suggestions included in this article. You’re on your own to research and/or purchase the program that is appropriate for you.

Ten Questions to Ask Before You Purchase Disability Insurance

It’s great to be an entrepreneur, right? There are plenty of “upsides” to being your own boss. But there is a downside. If you are sick or disabled, you can’t rely on employee health benefits to carry you through the rough times. How long could you manage without an income if you were unable to work due to sickness or injury? If more than ninety days would be a problem, you have probably already considered purchasing disability insurance.

Health Insurance for the Self-Employed

“I’ve been considering quitting my full-time job and getting a part-time job that would pay the bills [so I can start a home business] … The one biggie my full-time job provides me now is health insurance. If I was to get a part-time job, I’d probably have to pay for my own health insurance and I know that can be expensive.”

Ranking Check Time-Saver Tip

When checking your site’s ranking under your preferred keywords in the search engines you’ll save a lot of time if you bookmark the results page of each keyword searched.