Our team have put together a brief overview of the main kinds of insurance that Chefs should consider investing in -
to protect themselves, their families and their businesses.
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As a Chef or Personal Chef and business owner who depends upon their business as a source of income, you may wish to consider getting Disability Insurance or Critical Illness Insurance, which will cover your lost income if you're disabled and unable to carry on your business.
You may also want to consider purchasing Business Interruption Insurance, which will cover your lost revenue if you're forced to suspend your Chef business activities.
Home Insurance and Auto Insurance are essential to protect you, your family and your assets.
Health Insurance and Dental Insurance can help defray the costs of prescription medications, alternative health services, dental work, orthodontics and much more.
Life Insurance is generally thought of as a way to help your family pay for estate taxes and expenses, but it can also be used as a source of cash for your heirs, as a return on investment and for tax-sheltered accumulation.