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I have two business.. one is the tinting, which is picking up but still in its early stage (going on 2 years now) and the other is a nite time janitorial business that I've been doing forever.

What I'd like to do is have *one* insurance policy to cover both businesses.

Is that possible?? If not, the only other thing I thought of doing would be forming a new business, say The Roach Group - and have that insured... kindof like a parent company. Of course, I don't even know if that's possible to do....

Any ideas?!?!?

RoAcH

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I have two business.. one is the tinting, which is picking up but still in its early stage (going on 2 years now) and the other is a nite time janitorial business that I've been doing forever.

the only other thing I thought of doing would be forming a new business, say The Roach Group

Any ideas?!?!?

RoAcH

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:thumb Calling a janitorial/sanitation business the "Roach" group :thumb ...I don't think I'd be calling :thumb

All kidding aside ..one thing about insurance companies is they are pretty clever with soaking you for every move you make...it's not what you own as a business ...but rather WHAT it is you do with a business...so since you aren't changing any elements of risk with the 2 businesses...I can't see it making a difference if you use 1 ,2 or 10 different names...but I could be wrong

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We have two business names here, one for my tinting biz and another for the hubby's repair biz. We only have one insurance policy for both, but that's a whole lot easier when both are operating solely at our one shop. If I go out and do flat jobs (which I only do about three/year) I don't know how the insurance company would take it.

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We have two business names here, one for my tinting biz and another for the hubby's repair biz.  We only have one insurance policy for both, but that's a whole lot easier when both are operating solely at our one shop.  If I go out and do flat jobs (which I only do about three/year) I don't know how the insurance company would take it.

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not very good. at first, then they get used to it, and provide with coverage catogorized as "other" :bingo

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