Government Insurance Against Business Risks

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Do you qualify for Government Insurance Against Business Risks?
Because there are a variety of risks that can stand as major contributors to small business woes, including those that can shut a business down, the government may provide insurance on behalf of an approved business. This is an agreement between the government and a financial institution to insure or guarantee a loan or the like on the business behalf in case of loss.

Various government programmes may provide small business insurance for no or low premiums as a way to make a business more appealing as a loan recipient. Some such government schemes also provide security for the employees by insuring against certain events that would otherwise cause them to lose their job. From the government's perspective, this is more favourable than having the employees placed on the Dole.

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Take 45 seconds to learn how much money your small business may be able to receive in government grants and/or loans if you meet the criteria. While no one can guarantee you funding the more you know the better.

Start by clicking on the region your business is/will be located in and let the Fund Finder show you what kind of funding programmes you might qualify for.

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