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2020 has clearly demonstrated that far more businesses should have been protecting themselves by owning their own captive insurance company. Are you one of these people? Watch the recording of our “60 Day Countdown & Ideal Business Candidates For A Captive Insurance Company” webinar.
It is clear that businesses need more insurance and more money. A captive insurance company is the only strategy that delivers both. Every year, CIC Services does the 60 Day Captive Countdown.
This webinar covers:
- The significance of the countdown for small and middle-market business owners and their trusted advisors, including
- P&C Insurance Agents, Risk Managers, CPAs, and Financial Advisors.
- The characteristics of businesses and business owners that make for an ideal captive insurance company candidate.
The pandemic and riots have forced thousands of businesses into bankruptcy with many more still on the ropes. It’s impossible to predict what the next crisis will be, or when it will strike. Small and middle-market business owners (and their trusted advisors) that are surviving or thriving during 2020 should pause and take a hard look at protecting their companies with a captive insurance company now – while times are good. It’s true that businesses with more insurance and more money will be on a far stronger footing and better prepared to survive whatever calamity strikes in the years ahead.
Ready to prepare your business for what’s to come?
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2020 has been a brutal year for many businesses. First COVID-19 struck leaving many business leaders blindsided and their companies crippled. Some businesses have thrived, some have survived, some have eked by and others have folded. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans have helped some businesses, but for many, the help was too little too late. Also, the nature of the pandemic has insulated most commercial insurance companies from paying business interruption (revenue replacement) claims to businesses. The majority of business interruption commercial insurance policies are tied to a property policy and only triggered if property is actually damaged.Continue Reading