9 Steps to Legally Protect Your Business, Part 3

client contracts client relationships getting started insurance Aug 30, 2022

This episode wraps up our 3-part series about the 9 steps to legally protect your online business. Even if you skip the rest of the steps in this list, step number 7 is a must. Tune in for details on creating your client contracts, checking business insurance off your list, and landing that first (or next) client.

 

 

Key Takeaways

  1. Always, always, always use a contract with your clients. Create a contract for each of your packages for easy onboarding.
  2. Business insurance is optional but provides a lot of peace of mind and security. General liability insurance protects against physical damage, while professional liability insurance protects against intangible things like mistakes in your work that hurt your clients.
  3. Step #9 is my favorite. Don't overthink it and just get started. None of this stuff matters if you never sell anything, anyway!

 

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