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Episode 14 – Insuring Your Business

This week we talk to an insurance professional and discuss the need and importance of insuring your IT business.

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Intro to Interview 2:08
When starting a IT business one of the many costs to consider is insurance. Whether you have a home office or a retail store front, you will have liabilities and assets, and they will need to be insured.

There is one insurance company that specializes in covering the computer professional. The company is called TechInsurance and its President, Jim Cochran, focuses specifically on the IT industry to help techs find the coverage they need.

This week we are going to talk to Jim, learn about the different types of insurance available and find out how much insurance we really need or if we really need it at all.

Jim Cochran Interview 25:19

Wrap up and Close :46

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One Response to “Episode 14 – Insuring Your Business”

  • ljtechservices:

    Rick that was an excellent interview.
    I’ve listened to it 3 times and learned a lot.
    relieved to know that my business insurance is what my agent told me it was.

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