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which of the following is correct regarding business overhead expense insurance

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An insurance agent is an employee of the insurance company who is paid by the insurance company.

The business overhead expense insurance is one of the most commonly used forms of insurance. Some business entities (like banks) do not pay for insurance and instead pay their own taxes. An insurance agent is someone who does not own a business, so the business overhead insurance is not actually insurance.

An insurance agent is paid by the insurance company and therefore is not an employee of the insurance company. This means that the insurance agent is not liable for the business overhead expense. The business overhead expense insurance is an insurance product that is sold by the insurance company. This is why business overhead expense insurance is often referred to as “self-insured” insurance.

The first thing you’ll notice about this is that it’s a very common word in the business world. It’s not a word that anyone would use. Rather, it’s a word that people use almost everyday and usually include some of the most common products and services. The words are pretty self-explanatory. When you talk to a business owner, they generally use the words more or less the same as they used for themselves. The word for business is business overhead.

In the business world, a self-insured business owner has an amount of money set aside that they use to pay for all the employees they employ. This is called overhead. This money is called business overhead.

Business overhead is something that a self-insured business owner sets aside for themselves. They’re essentially like insurance company policy. You have a liability policy that covers the owner of the business. If the business itself goes under, then the liability policy is gone.

You’re right about the liability policy and the business overhead. The liability policy, which is often paid for by the business owner, is called a workers compensation policy. This is a policy that covers employees if the business itself is disabled, or someone is hurt on the job. The business overhead is much more expansive and covers many other aspects of running a business.

The liability insurance policy is not so much a business policy as it is a policy that insures the business itself. In other words, if your business goes under, you are covered for the liability of your business and everything that you do. The business overhead is not as expansive though. It covers the cost of employees, supplies, equipment, and other services that are needed to run the business.

While the business overhead policy is not as expansive as the liability insurance policy, a liability insurance policy provides a higher level of protection. This insurance protects the business itself from lawsuits that are filed against the business against the employees, suppliers, and other business entities that may be harmed by the business.

As the business owner, you may be covered for expenses because you are the one who paid for the equipment and other services. For example, during my career it was my responsibility to pay for my office’s supplies and equipment. If I sold my business to someone else, then I would be responsible for all the business overhead. While this is true, businesses are always looking for ways to cut overhead costs and find ways to save money.

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