Business Overhead Expense Insurance

Business Overhead Expense Insurance

An insurance policy that provides coverage in case the owner of a business is disabled and temporarily, but completely, unable to work. For example, if a business owner contracts cancer and is unable to work during treatment, business overhead expense insurance will pay his/her operating expenses during the period of disability so the business can continue to function. Examples of included expenses are property taxes, insurance premiums, interest on debt, employee salaries, and so forth. The expenses must be incurred during the period of disability (for instance, the company cannot close its main office and expect compensation for rent it is not paying). The maximum period during which coverage is paid is usually one or two years. See also: Business income coverage.
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Keep in mind that business overhead expense insurance doesn't replace the personal disability insurance you need to have--it supplements your personal coverage.
Also, business overhead expense insurance can provide for payment of specific business expenses during a period of disability.
See also, the discussion of business overhead expense insurance on page 360.
Business overhead expense insurance is designed to provide funds to cover overhead expenses during a business owner's disability.
If there is no one else available to run the business (as in the case of a sole proprietor) the client might also want to consider business overhead expense insurance.
Business owners can learn about succession planning and business overhead expense insurance in one area, and how to plan for retirement in another," said Politis.
For a copy of our Business Overhead Expense Insurance brochure, call Steve Brown, Agency Manager, at 1-800-257-4747 ext.
In contrast, see the discussion of business overhead expense insurance on page 367.
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