Whether you're a current business owner or a budding entrepreneur with the next great idea, protecting your business is one of the most important steps you can take on your road to success. Most business owners would rather focus on their daily objectives than take valuable time away from their business to learn about insurance and succession plans. However, it’s important to make these plans because they help protect your finances, your retirement, your intellectual property, and your employees.
Learn the Basics
Did you know that life insurance can help protect your business? Whether you offer it to employees as part of a benefits package or insure a valuable business partner, life insurance helps your business meet and overcome financial challenges.
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A buy-sell agreement funded with life insurance can ensure a smooth transition when you’re ready to retire. For businesses with multiple partners, it can also protect your business if one of those partners becomes disabled or passes away.
Key Employee Life Insurance
Does your business’s success hinge on the performance of one or more key individuals? From star salespeople to top-tier chefs to visionary CEOs, they can all be insured and their contributions protected with life insurance.