Business interruption insurance keeps your business from closing its doors due to unexpected events. If you're closed for business, you still have to pay the bills – employees, rent or mortgage, suppliers, taxes and yourself. A force outside your control may interrupt your business continuity strategy and cause you to close your doors for a time, including:
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- Wind storm
- Equipment damage
What business interruption insurance covers
Business interruption insurance can keep capital flowing through your company in the event of such disruptions. It can help you:
- Keep your business afloat if a loss forces you to close for a short time
- Pay for lost net income and continuing expenses such as mortgage, advertising, taxes and salaries
- Pay your relocation and advertising fees if you set up shop at a temporary site
- Maintain your business continuity strategy
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