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How to Keep Business Insurance Rates Low

How to Keep Business Insurance Rates Low

Keeping high quality business insurance is imperative to ensuring you’re covered in case of theft, injury, and more. However, having good business insurance doesn’t always mean paying huge premiums. There are a number of ways you can keep your expenses low but your business covered.

Have a safety plan

One important key is to have an active and regularly maintained safety plan. This can include proper procedures for handling merchandise, documentation of security procedures, and an updated schedule of any reviews or ongoing training or refresher sessions that you have. Having a well-managed plan can act as proof of your ongoing commitment to being safe at your workplace, and several insurers offer discounts and incentives to businesses with such plans in place.

Raise your deductible

Another way to keep your rate low is to raise the level of your deductible. While this option means that you might have to pay more out-of-pocket in case you need to use your coverage, your monthly premiums will generally be lower than plans with a smaller deductible amount. Review your own business and evaluate for yourself how much your operation would be able to afford in case of an emergency need.

Join professional associations

Being a member of many professional associations can also provide a benefit for your insurance premiums. Trade associations and business groups often have incentives for members. If you’re not already, look into different organizations that you might be able to develop a relationship with, including local chambers of commerce and national firearm associations. These groups offer great avenues to network with others in your area or industry as well, and you may be surprised at the benefits of being a member.

Here at Associated Services in Insurance, we can help you find low cost business insurance that is suited for your firearm company. Contact us today to learn more.