Can You Get Business Insurance without a Business License?

| March 16, 2020

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Opening a business brings many questions, and the very fact that you’re interested in learning more about insurance for your company demonstrates your responsibility as an entrepreneur. In most cases, you don’t need to have your business license yet to purchase insurance for your company, which means you can get started on this critical task right away. However, you should know there are certain types of insurance you may be required to carry in order to get or maintain your business license. There are also other types you should obtain to protect you from the consequences of lawsuits or unexpected events down the road.

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