Family Child Care Legal and Insurance Guide How to Protect Yourself from the Risks of Running a Business

ISBN-10: 1929610459

ISBN-13: 9781929610457

Edition: 2004

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This easy-to-read guide takes the intimidation out of running a family child care business through legal and insurance planning. From researching and purchasing homeowner's, liability, auto and disability insurance to protecting against lawsuits, the Family Child Care Legal and Insurance Guide details the many practical ways business owners can maximize their knowledge about the safeguards needed to ensure the health and prosperity of their businesses.
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Book details

List price: $17.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Redleaf Press
Publication date: 5/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Managing Your Business Risks
Understanding Your Business Risks
Five Strategies for Managing Your Risks
Getting Started As a Business
Comply with the Child Care Rules and Regulations
Set Up Your Business Properly
Reducing General Business Risks
Follow Safe Business Practices
Communicate Clearly with Parents
Communicate Clearly with Your Licensor
Carefully Screen, Train, and Monitor Your Employees
Child Abuse
You Are a Mandated Reporter
Reporting Child Abuse
Protecting Yourself from Allegations of Child Abuse
What to Do If You Are Accused of Child Abuse
Travel and Transportation
Field Trips
After the Children Leave Your Home
Enforcing Your Pickup Policy
Sick and Injured Children
Handling Specific Situations
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Insuring Your Business and Yourself Against Risks
Understanding Insurance
What Business Insurance Should You Have?
Business Liability Insurance
Who Is Covered?
How Much Coverage Should You Buy?
What Is Covered?
What Isn't Covered?
Other Considerations
If You Aren't Licensed
Business Liability Insurance Checklist
Other Business Insurance
Business Property Insurance
Vehicle Insurance
Employees and Workers' Compensation Insurance
Other Kinds of Business Insurance
Personal Insurance
Health Insurance
Disability Income Insurance
Life Insurance
Long-Term Care Insurance
Buying and Using Insurance
Paying for Insurance
Working with an Insurance Agent
Filing a Claim
Canceling a Policy
Handling Legal Issues
Custody, Privacy, and Confidentiality
Child Custody Issues
Privacy and Confidentiality
References and Referrals
Disabilities, Discrimination, and Price Fixing
The Americans with Disabilities Act
Price Fixing
Barriers to Your Business
Housing Barriers
Strategies for Dealing with Housing Barriers
Financial Barriers
Working with a Lawyer
When You Should Consult a Lawyer
What to Do Before You Hire a Lawyer
How to Find a Lawyer
How to Work with a Lawyer
Choosing a Business Structure
Business Structure Options
The Four Business Entities
How to Choose a Business Entity
Business Structure Considerations
Record-Keeping Complexity
Business Fees
Control of the Business
Tax Implications
Liability Risks
Which Business Structure Is Best for You?
Considerations in Choosing a Business Entity
Sample Forms and Policies
Organizations and Resources
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