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Restaurants are notorious for having very low profit margins. You can probably think of many that have closed up within the first year due to finances. You can't control how many people you serve each night or how much they order. But you can take some actions to ensure you're maximizing profits. READ MORE >>

Contractors and builders are usually working with costs that can fluctuate dramatically and aren't always certain. You strive to complete your work on time and under budget, however, no one can prevent unexpected construction mishaps or disasters. READ MORE >>

Many businesses require a significant amount of equipment to run properly. If you are a retailer, you have computer systems, refrigeration, and compaction systems. If you operate a factory, your equipment is usually significantly more. Every component costs money, particularly when it comes to repairs and maintenance. READ MORE >>

As a contractor, you must render services to your clients correctly. Most clients want to ensure that they won't lose money by working with you. Therefore, they require their contractors to carry surety bonds. Bonds function like an insurance policy in many ways. READ MORE >>

Business owners need adequate commercial auto insurance. A key component of this insurance is liability coverage. Liability insurance covers the risk drivers pose to others on the road. If you or your employee causes an accident, this insurance kicks in. It helps pay for the damage to the other vehicle. READ MORE >>

Self-storage businesses face unique property and liability risks. This is the case because they cater to a diverse mix of customers and personal property. Self-storage businesses usually do not own the items customers store in their facilities. They therefore need to have insurance to protect both customers and the property they store. READ MORE >>

Builder's risk insurance is an opportunity for construction companies to protect the projects they undertake. This type of coverage is not always provided in a standard business insurance plan, however, it can be an important add-on for businesses that are in the business of building and/or remodeling. READ MORE >>

Professional liability insurance safeguards your business. It is specifically beneficial to those who operate their own business, provide medical or dental services or provide other high-level professional service. It is also known as E & O (errors and omissions) insurance. READ MORE >>

Whether you operate a nonprofit or for-profit business, using volunteers is great for community engagement. Volunteers help you extend your capabilities. They can be where you can't and do the tasks you can't do. As an extension of your business, volunteers represent you. They act on behalf of your business, good or bad. READ MORE >>

Texas restaurants provide services to customers. Any number of risks — from spoiled food to a kitchen fire — can hinder business operations and rock the financial stability of your establishment. Many business owners consider threats to property when creating a business plan and selecting an insurance policy. READ MORE >>

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