Business Expenses insurance

Helps keep your business going by reimbursing your fixed expenses if you're unable to work due to sickness or injury

Business Expenses insurance ensures that your business will continue to operate and provides you with the peace of mind knowing you will have a business to return to following a period of illness, or a business to sell as a going concern.

Running a successful business takes time, money and lots of hard work. So insuring your business should be at the top of your mind when you're thinking about what might happen if you were totally disabled and couldn't work.

If you are self-employed or in a small partnership, it's even more important to keep the business going. It is therefore important that you not only insure your income but the fixed, regular expenses of the business, as well.

Whether you're a doctor running your own practice, a tradesperson with an apprentice or you own a new growing business (which is still reliant on your income generating capacity), Business Expenses insurance should be a key component of your business risk strategy.

At BluePrint Advisors we broker the market to ensure you get the best policy and a competitive premium.

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