How does a business manage risk and control insurance costs?

Strategies how a business can manage risk and control insurance costs

There are several strategies how a business can manage risk and control insurance costs.

This video will discuss one of them and is an interesting and in some cases can be powerful solution for business owners to:

  • Manage and control Risk
  • Mitigate Business Insurance Premium costs
  • Potential to boost your Personal Wealth

The strategy you will learn is called Captive Insurance.

What is it? -A closely held business set up for the sole purpose to insure the risks of the Parent Company

This video will walk you through and provide a conceptual understanding on how Captives work along with some exercises to identify and strengthen risks management:

There are certain Obstacles to be aware of before getting involved, below are a few we discuss:

  • High claims history
  • Advisor incorrectly positioning of Captives as legacy planning
  • This is an advanced planning strategy, beware of Unqualified professional advisors
  • Incorrectly thinking this strategy only works for fortune 500 companies
  • Big or small a business must run a “feasibility study” to determine if a captive is a sounds choice

Key Takeaway:

A Captive is not right for every business BUT you must explore your numbers to determine if it is a good fit.

Check out the video to watch what happens.

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