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Concierge Licensing and Insurance
Don't risk it!
You want to comply with all laws and regulations as well as protect your personal assets. While this type of business is not inherently high risk, you never know what may happen.
Many state and local governments have small business resources online or over the phone. You should make use of those resources and thoroughly check to see what the requirements are for your area.
Also make sure to check those areas where you may not reside, but will be providing services. Many times you may need to comply with additional requirements in those locales. If you don't have current clients in those areas, obtain the paperwork, but save some money by waiting until you have clients to obtain those permits when you can.
Your first call should be to your regular insurance agent. They can give you advice on what coverage you need and may be able to integrate business coverage into your current insurance portfolio. They can also let you know what some of your existing policies may cover.
Another place to get competitive quotes on business insurance is Bolt Insurance.
A good place to start is our Opportunity page.
If this sounds like a business that fits your experience and needs, then use the links below to obtain valuable information and resources for starting your new business.
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