Owning and operating your own business can be liberating, but also requires that you approach your personal insurance in a way that both protects your wellbeing and allows your business to continue to thrive if a disability prevents you from actively participating in day-to-day operations.
Close to eight million Canadians own disability insurance as part of their workplace benefits, but business owners also need to recognize that disability insurance is among the most effective ways to ensure that self-employed entrepeneurs can continue to control and manage their businesses.
What Disability Insurance for the Self-Employed provides:
Customized plans allow you to secure both your income and your business overhead costs.
May be bought for key employees or partners to ensure that an injury does not significantly affect business operations.
May be tied to business loans to ensure that your business can continue to maintain its repayment plan.
More encompassing plans can allow you to cover employee salaries if a disability leads to a loss of business.
Avoids interest from outstanding quarterly income tax installments, as these costs can be covered by disability payments.
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