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Old 01-25-2007, 01:46 AM   #1
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Good day Sir/Ma'am,

Hi guys im Rachel..newbie here.. i like to start my own business a computer cafe and im seeking some expert advice on the net and i saw these furom and i like to ask more and learn more about starting a business.

anyway guys, can i have your advice regarding where to get a Business insurance? coz im planning to start a business..i hope i can get any recommendations on what insurance to go through and what are you paying? I have been surfing the net to find a good and affordable Business insurance which i can use..i came into (One shop Insurance) the cost was ok, but i want to know if there are any more out there who could give out something more affordable and can i depend my money on these?. thank you so much.

Do you have any recommendations?? I appreciate any input!

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Old 01-25-2007, 01:15 PM   #2
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Check with a insurance broker, they can quote you several rates from
various companies.

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Your best bet is to check with someone in your own trade. Call a few owners of similar companies in other states and be honest with them.
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My vote is for checking with several insurance brokers first to see what types of, and how much the limits are, of any specific insurances you need.

Do you already have any freinds in the same or similar business? Ask anybody you can for advice.

Contact your local S.C.O.R.E. chapter, ussually they have a contact with the local chamber of commerce I think.

Get started, there is always more to do.

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wow thanks so much Sir, i dont expect to get more replies, help and tips , and guides, i hope you give me more, thanks for all of your help, god bless you all guys.

and please fell free to help me more on these thread im still seeking more guides, tips and help,


thank you so much
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Listen to all of the previous posts. It is good advice. I would add insurance is something you want to have and yes many times it is required. Its not fun paying for, but you will sleep beter knowing you have a good policy. Good luck....
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I think you guys should make Enchiladas with swiss cheese.

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