What expenses should business overhead insurance cover in the event of a disability?
Business overhead insurance usually covers expenses, including wages and salaries, utilities, taxes, rent, accounting and legal fees, interest, office supplies, principal and interest on mortgages, malpractice and other insurance, and other operating expenses, up to the amount insured in the applicable policy. The owner's income is usually not covered.
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