How 5 Insurance Startups Are Disrupting a Stale Industry

by / ⠀Startup Advice / August 5, 2019

Whether it’s for home, health, life, or auto, choosing an insurer can be a big decision with long-term financial impacts.  For all of those essentials, the question is the same: Which company offers the most protection, at the best price, and with the most reliable service? Especially when it means poring over pages of fine print, there’s rarely a clear answer. Hoping to make insurance more understandable —…

4 Reasons Why Getting Insured Might Not Be In Your Best Interest

by / ⠀Personal Finance / April 11, 2014

With the Obama administration pushing for young people to “get covered” and the high cost of medical care otherwise, getting health insurance may seem like a no-brainer. However, if you’re young and healthy, getting insured might not pay off. Here’s why: 1. You may not be legally required to obtain insurance The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, includes a requirement to have health insurance by March…

5 New Startups and What They Did Right

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 16, 2012

Start-ups are the new entrepreneurial trend nowadays. People are starting to follow their ideas out into the world more freely, feeling more inclined to pursue their own business model than latch on to a management position with someone else’s. An idea develops in their mind and they begin to follow it regardless of whether doubts are cast or not. Whenever an idea is put into reality, the insurance…

Top 5 Questions to Think about when Purchasing Insurance

by / ⠀Startup Advice / July 16, 2011

No matter what type of business you start or creative idea you have there are risks involved.  Once your idea or company becomes a reality and begins to grow risks and liabilities are soon to follow.   Some risks are evident and some aren’t realized until a claim is filed.  Now, this article is not written to scare everyone into buying a product that says, a certain company…

8 Insurance Coverages Every Entrepreneur Must Consider

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / May 4, 2011

I am not an entrepreneur.  So I can’t directly empathize with the emotional and psychological rollercoaster that an entrepreneur endures while visualizing, strategizing, and actionizing (probably not a word) their business plan.  However, I am well aware of and fully appreciate the stress that entrepreneurs put themselves through.  With every two steps forward you take one step back.  There is barely enough time in the day to enjoy…

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