The types and amount of insurance that you need for your small business are based on several factors unique to you and your company.
What type of business are you in? Where is it located? Do you have employees?
You can evaluate your insurance needs—and start your search for insurance—by first considering the size of your business. These definitions may vary, but are generally based on the number of employees, total sales and earnings. The definitions below can help you determine where your business falls—and your insurance professional can provide guidance as well.
What our customers are saying:
Mr. and Mrs. Washington attended one of our Medicare 101 seminars because they needed help and didn’t know where to turn. The couple had the same Medicare supplement plans since they became eligible and had never reviewed them with a professional. heir premiums had increased to the point they were having to make difficult decisions like paying for prescriptions or buying groceries. They were confused and fearful of making the wrong decision. After doing a simple but thorough review of all of their healthcare needs, we found this sweet couple more coverage and saved them $500 per month. More importantly they had peace of mind knowing exactly what kind coverage they have and what to expect from their Medicare and prescription drug policies.
If you are looking for an independent insurance agent who takes the time to listen to your needs and work for what's in your best interest, please give them a call. We cannot be any more pleased with the service we have received from InSure Insurance over the years. They listened carefully to our needs and after research, they saved us hundreds with the same coverage through another provider!
The fall of 2019, it became obvious to me that it was a good tie to re-evaluate my insurance coverage on my home and automobiles. I am happy to say I turned all my insurance matters over to my agent Craig Clary who is with Insure Insurance in Rock Hill. In fact, last summer I made the decision to have them be my life insurance agent as well. I am very pleased to say I am now really in “good hands."