Make It Your Business to Be Properly Insured

Are you earning your living by being in business for yourself? Does your home Internet business rely solely on your being able to perform your job every day? If so, you are essentially running a home business without the benefits that go along with working for someone other than yourself. In these instances, it is essential that your home Internet business has the proper insurance coverage. Unfortunately, if you are like the majority of home-based business owners, you do not have ...
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Seniors Need Not Lose Insurance When Out of Corporate Job

According to statistics, some 1.7 million people who are age 55 or older are unemployed and seeking a job in 2014. For them, they are often concerned about finding a job that will provide benefits, especially health insurance. Finding affordable coverage is an issue that many of them face and is made worse by the fact that they don't have a steady paycheck to help cover the cost. While many continue the job hunt, others have decided that the corporate world does not offer them en...
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Why Health Insurance Can’t Be Overlooked

For small, independent business owners, health insurance cannot be overlooked. Maybe it's easier to acquire it when you work for a big corporation and most of the work is done for you, but that's no reason not to purchase it when you run your own home Internet business. We all know the reasons why - no one plans to get sick or injured and costs accrued there be financially devastating. Health insurance can help you out. Even More Important When You Work for Yourself Those with...
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Make It Your Business to Be Properly Insured

Just because you own a home-based Internet business doesn't mean you don't need adequate health insurance. Self-employment does come with added expenses and cutting costs is important, but you should never take shortcuts with your health. When it comes to work and well-being, here are five reasons why it's important to have health insurance when working from home: 1. Anything Can Happen It's easy to avoid thinking about it, but the truth is anything can happen to you at any tim...
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Don’t Overlook Insurance if Hiring Help

Imagine this: You run a small internet business from home helping companies with their marketing needs. You grow steadily over a few years and wind up needing to hire someone to help you meet all your clients' needs. Whether you need help with accounting, gaining business or administrative tasks, someone needs to come in and help take some of the weight off your shoulders. You decide to start off with one employee and you wonder if you need to provide them with health insurance. Down ...
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Don’t Overlook Importance of Insurance with a Home Business

A survey conducted by University of Phoenix found that 63 percent of young adults want to or do own their own business. It's also estimated that by 2020, 40 percent of the American workforce will be freelancers, according to a study by Intuit. What this means for health insurance If you work for yourself or wish to in the future, you've probably wondered how you'll acquire health insurance for yourself and your family. Since more than half the population is covered through thei...
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Never Overlook Importance of Health Insurance

Thinking of leaving the security of a good-paying job to launch a home-based Internet business of your own? Thousands of budding entrepreneurs make this decision every year. Sadly, caught up in the heady excitement of starting a new venture, many of them overlook the importance of maintaining health coverage as part of their safety net during the transition. The results can be disastrous. Young Often Take Risks Young people with no real history of health problems are perhaps the m...
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How to Save Money on Auto Insurance When You Work From Home

Transitioning into a work from home arrangement has many fantastic benefits for the ambitious and organized worker. You now have the ability to set your own working schedule, get your job done from the privacy of home, and work on your own terms. Best of all, for many former office commuters, work is now just down the hall. This means no more rush hour traffic jams, no pouring money away for gas in the morning, and less need for maintenance on the car as a result of decreased mileage. However, a...
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