Do I need business insurance?

You are not obliged to insure yourself against any risks that you incur as a result of having a company. However, you can take out a business insurance to cover some risks on a voluntary basis. Examples of business insurances are:

  • Company car insurance
  • Company liability insurance
  • Consequential loss insurance
  • Professional indemnity insurance
  • Export credit insurance
  • Good-in-transit insurance
  • Loss-of-income insurance
  • Machinery and equipment insurance
  • Credit insurance
  • Buildings insurance
  • Legal assistance insurance
  • Sick leave insurance

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