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Thursday, February 20, 2020 A business owners policy, or BOP, is a great way for small businesses to save money by combining important coverages. But there are many influences on the cost of BOPs that business owners may not anticipate. The average cost of a BOP is around $1,200 a year, but this all depends on: 1. Size Of The Business READ MORE >>
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 A business owners policy offers liability, property and compensation coverage for small businesses. It covers three basic elements: Property Damage Coverage: This provides compensation for damages done to property owned by the business due to fire, hail, theft, vandalism and more. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 When you have a small business, you want to insure it in the most-cohesive and applicable ways. A business owners policy — also called a BOP — is one of the main ways that small operations get coverage. These policies can pay up to certain limits for several types of losses that might occur within the business. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 A business owner's policy is your one-stop resource for effective insurance coverage. Because your BOP combines general liability and business property coverage, it's both efficient and valuable. But, how can you make it worth the price? To get the most out of this coverage, focus on price efficiency. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 15, 2018 A business owner policy, or BOP, is a type of broad business insurance policy. It provides businesses with some of the most important types of insurance protection. This includes property insurance and general liability coverage, in most cases. Having this coverage is important, but it may not protect against all risks. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Do you find yourself struggling to know what type of business insurance you need? You probably aren't alone. Many business owners wonder how best to insure their assets to sustain their operations. Businesses often need more than one policy to comprehensively cover their risks. READ MORE >>