New Hampshire

New Hampshire Insurance License: 2071062

New Hampshire calls itself the “Live Free or Die” state and is dedicated to upholding the ideals of individual liberty and financial freedom. It’s not a surprise that entrepreneurs like you consider New Hampshire the right place to start a business.

According to the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development, New Hampshire has been consistently ranked as “The Most Livable State” in America since 2005. New Hampshire attributes this to its low crime rate, top-quality healthcare system, and excellent schools. And New Hampshire has a business climate to match: Its taxes are the lowest in the Northeast and among the 10 lowest nationally.

What’s stopping you from opening your business’s doors in New Hampshire? Don’t let it be your small business insurance plan – insureon is here to help.

New Hampshire Savings Tips

  • Many New Hampshire businesses have employees throughout New England and beyond. If your employees work in other states, don't forget to report payroll in each state to your workers' comp insurance carrier. If you don't, employees in those states might not be covered.
  • Due to the risk of tropical cyclones in New Hampshire, check your insurance policies for provisions addressing flooding, water and wind damage. Such coverage may not be standard with a business property insurance policy, so you may need to add it. Not sure if you're covered for these types of damage? Ask Insureon for a free policy review.
  • If you've got employees, take the time to estimate your employment projections accurately. Your workers' comp premiums are based on your workforce projections, so if you get it wrong, you could end up spending more than you need to.

New Hampshire Business Insurance Licensure Information

In New Hampshire, insurance agents, agencies and brokers are licensed by the New Hampshire Insurnace Department. Insureon is licensed in New Hampshire as BIN Insurance Holdings LLC (NPN 15752926) for Property & Casualty Insurance (License #2071062) and for Surplus Lines (License #2071062). Verify our licensure with the New Hampshire Insurnace Department Licensee Look-up.

New Hampshire Business Links

  1. NOAA National Climatic Data Center: Annual average number of tornadoes, 1953–2004
  2. PAH Webmaster (2005-11-02): 1925 Tri-State Tornado
  3. New Hampshire Workers' Compensation Rules
  4. New Hampshire Insurance Department
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