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Old 07-12-2009, 04:06 AM
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Most don't realize that insurance rates are based on payroll/revenue etc.. Comparing numbers with new businesses or small biz with larger or older biz, we see differences.
In NC it is based on revenue brackets. i.e., $1 to $50,000, $50 to $100k, $100k to $250k, etc. Rates are substantially lower for companies that have been in business and with the same insurance company for a few years. I was with Nationwide for over 8 years, just switched to Farm Bureau and my rates went up a little.
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Old 07-12-2009, 09:29 PM
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Yup. Adding pw to my insurance was not too bad (bad enough, but doable)...
But I'm budgeting some money for my renewal because my gross receipts are gonna be way more than I told my insurance guy (because it's gonna be way more than I expected...A good thing).

I'll give you a ring when I get a break in the action here Mike, if the offer still stands.

Mike's is so high because he makes more money per year than someone that bet 100k on Mine That Bird in the Derby... lol
Hey man whats your name and where you located
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100,000 bucks or so. Need a general idea of what this might cost. I realize it will vary widely and depend on several factors. Would just like a general idea. I'm in Kentucky, if that helps. Thanks.

My agent takes a day or so to get me a quote. Need a general idea faster than that, as there is a nice power washer on sale today, and I'd like to take advantage of it.
Give a Guy named Joe Walters a call
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Joe walters in the guy in pressure washing
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