SBUA
Issue: 5 | Volume: 1   July / August 2012
From the Desk of the Executive Director In This Issue

"Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” Jamie Paolinetti

It is mid summer now and you and your clients have probably had your summer vacation and are looking ahead to the new school year. You may have had a little time to reflect on how hard you have worked to build the foundation of a successful business.

But how solid is that foundation? Did you know that 43% of all people age 40 will have a long-term disability event before they turn age 65? What if you or a key employee become disabled in the next year? Would you be able to provide for your family or your business? Would your business survive?

Disability insurance provides a peace of mind giving you assurance that even if your livelihood is affected your income is not. We now have a new informational series on sbua.org that sheds light on how much disability insurance is needed but often overlooked.

For some of you who have kids back to school is just around the corner, so don't forget to visit our affiliates for your back-to-school savings.

Enjoy the second half of your summer!

Sincerely,
Djuliani Soeharto Cordiano
Executive Director, Small Business United
info@sbua.org

 

Disability Insurance informational articles.

This months offers and services, including back to school specials.

About SBUA

Small Business United, Inc. (SBU) is an Association chartered in 1992 as a State of Texas nonprofit corporation. SBU's mission is the furtherance of small to mid-sized employer needs. Additionally, SBU provides an opportunity for trade associations, interest groups, professional employer organizations (PEO's), unions, and other organizations comprised of or serving small businesses. We are dedicated to making group purchasing programs available for our association clients and their members. SBU provides its clients and members access to a vetted group of tools, discounts, welfare, benefit, and group purchasing plans.

Small businesses need information on laws, policies, and current events that affect them. They need ways to save money on products and services they use every day. And, they need the ability to attract and retain employees by offering big-business benefits like health insurance and 401(k) plans.

Small businesses can meet these needs by joining SBU and gaining access to informative resources, group purchasing discounts, group-rated health insurance options, and much more.

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Call 1-877-SBUA-USA (1-877-728-2872) or visit us online at sbua.org or contact your insurance agent to find out more about SBU.
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