Are you covered if something dire happens?
If not, consider insurance. Every small business owner, in my humble opinion, should have disability insurance (in case you can't work), business insurance (in case something disasterous happens like your computer gets stolen), and long term care insurance (because self-employed folks gotta take care of themselves). (Health insurance is important,too, but that's a different issue.)
There are two ways of investigating what types of insurance are best for you and your business. One, find a business insurance broker through recommendations of colleagues and friends; and, two, join a professional organization for business owners like the Small Business Association of New England (SBANE) that offers such services to its members.
ACR members can seek out insurance through Complete Equity Markets.
Sure, insurance is boring. But, it's the kind of boring stuff that helps you sleep better at night.
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