Having the right photography equipment insurance can stop the shutters coming down on your photography business unexpectedly. Here's all you need to know.
In the same way countries have borders, insurance policies have geographical limits. Here's how to avoid having a claim refused because you're off-limits.
Our snappy guide to photographers' insurance explains what insurance photographers need and why, from covering your kit to working on location.
When clients don't pay on time, cash flow problems can be the inevitable outcome. Here's how to make sure your invoices get paid.
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Portable equipment insurance covers the things you take out with you. But you also need to take care of your kit if you want your insurer to pay your claim.
The consequences of underinsurance can hit hard. It can mean your insurer reduces the amount of your claim, leaving you out of pocket. Here's how and why.
Disgruntled clients won't just sulk. There's every possibility they'll take legal action against you. That's why it's important to keep clients happy.
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