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I'm looking into getting insurance for my at-home bakery. Not quite sure where to start though. What kind of insurance will I need other than liability & how much should I expect to be spending? Thanks everyone! icon_smile.gif
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post #2 of 5
Talk with your home insurance agent first about having a business in your home. Then ask if they also sell business (liability, or vendors') insurance. If not, find out who they recommend.

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post #3 of 5
I got mine through The Hartford. Allstate wouldn't insure my home if I was running a business there, so I switched my homeowners to USAA (didn't realize I was eligible before) and they referred me to The Hartford for the business. I pay about $350 per year.
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I pay $500/yr through Hartford. Here It's based on your gross income.
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Thanks everyone! Very helpful recommendations. At least now I have a place to start from icon_smile.gif
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