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You can get what is known as business interruption insurance, which can protect in the event that your business is unable to run properly, like if your place of business is destroyed by a natural disaster. This would help you retain cash flow while you rebuild. Another option is to get disability insurance, which would provide income if you become too sick or injured to work for a time. As always, though, it's important to double check the policy to make sure that you know what is covered."
I'm not a tax professional, so I don't know all the ins and outs, but I think that a C-Corp is the only organization where you can divvy things up so that you receive dividends. And then you are taxed at the appropriate rate. At least, that's what I get from http://taxes.about.com/od/taxplanning/a/incorporating_3.htm. I suggest you speak with a tax professional about your options. :)"
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