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Are You Properly Insured?

by Jim Martin

What exactly does your business insurance cover? Too many businesses take out insurance that protects them from liabilities arising from accidents that cause injury to customers or employees and damages due to misfortunes like floods and fires, but never ask if that is enough. Fire theft, theft and liability are… [READ MORE]About { title }

Estate Planning for Small Business Owners

by Jim Martin

If you own a business, it’s probably one of your most valuable assets, if not the most valuable. Your business is the culmination of a dream, a major source of your income and in some cases the primary livelihood for others. According to the folks at RocketLawyer.com, it therefore… [READ MORE]About { title }

SBA Offering Drought Disaster Loans

by Jim Martin

Santa Cruz County small non-farm businesses which have suffered losses as a result of the drought are eligible for SBA loans. Eligibility covers both the economic impacts on businesses dependent on farmers and ranchers that have suffered agricultural production losses and businesses directly impacted by the drought. Businesses primarily engaged… [READ MORE]About { title }

Keeping Your Business Operating When Disaster Hits

by Jim Martin

The recent Napa earthquake leads to an important question: has your business ever been affected by a natural disaster, such as a fire, flood, earthquake or tornado? Even if you’ve been untouched so far, the recent news says businesses of all sizes must be prepared for the worst. Here are… [READ MORE]About { title }