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Insurance policies entrepreneurs should consider

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There are many risks associated with starting a new businesses, which is why Noobpreneur.com outlined some of the insurance policies that entrepreneurs should be sure to learn about before attempting to get their new business off the ground.

Employers liability coverage is an essential insurance policy for all entrepreneurs who plan on  bringing on employees, while a public liability policy protects business owners from lawsuits from members of the public who sue due to issues that arise from a business' course of work, said the website

A few other policies the website said should be considered by business owners include errors and omissions insurance, which covers claims that arise from specific products and services, and directors and officers liability, which can protect a business from the financial implications of lawsuits that target decision-makers within the company.

While insurance is definitely one of the first things that should be covered by an aspiring entrepreneur, there are also other things they need to keep in mind when getting their businesses off the ground. The Daily Breeze, a news source in California, reported entrepreneurs should be sure they have a realistic timeline for success when they are starting a new venture.

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