Business Life Insurance Infographic

| June 14, 2018

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With business owner life insurance, your company can continue if you were to die. Take a moment and think if your company could operate without you. A life insurance death benefit could provide financial safety for your family, business partner and/or your company. The death benefit could be used for: Liquidity in order make sure the business isn’t sold hastily. Used to hire an employee or replacement. Provide the money needed to buy the part of the business owned by the deceased.

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EMC Insurance Companies

EMC Insurance Companies is among the top 50 insurance organizations in the country based on net written premium, and we have more than 2,100 employees. The company was organized in 1911 to write workers’ compensation protection in Iowa. Today, EMC provides property and casualty insurance products and services throughout the United States and writes reinsurance contracts worldwide. Operating under the trade name EMC Insurance Companies, Employers Mutual Casualty Company and one or more of its affiliated companies is licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

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