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Old 11-30-2012, 10:14 AM
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As stated above it is very cheap to become a legitimate business compared to starting the rest of the business. I had around $140 in business documentation fees and my insurance covered:
$1 million general liability
$5000 marine policy(cover equipment)
one or two other things as well
One year of insurance cost me $560 for lawn and landscaping(not hardscaping).

If you only wanted lawn coverage it would have only cost $150 for me. Get quotes from a few local agents. I know Progressive won't accept first year companies and their are others that won't either.

-Michael
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