January 23, 2017
Do I Need Employee Benefits Liability Coverage? Sogo Wealth and Risk Management San Antonio Texas

Business Liability Insurance

Businesses are prone to emergencies or catastrophes which drastically affect their cash flow. It doesn’t really matter if the business is big or small: what is […]
November 23, 2016
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Risk Management: Can Your Small Business Survive?

Small Business owners know exactly how much work goes into growing a business. A small business owner tends to worry about everything – from business risks and […]
November 14, 2016
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Financial Checklist For Business Owners

Being your own boss is both a rewarding and challenging ordeal. SOGO Wealth and Risk Management knows just how demanding day-to-day activities can get. It’s not […]
August 22, 2016
Independent Insurance Provider Advantages Sogo Wealth and Risk Management San Antonio Texas

Advantages of Choosing an Independent Insurance Provider

An independent insurance provider is an entity who doesn’t work for one particular insurance company. Instead, they sell insurance policies from several companies. Sogo Wealth and […]
August 15, 2016
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Why You Should Choose an Independent Insurance Provider

Buying insurance is not like buying bread or milk. It’s purchasing a promise of protection that can make or break your financial well-being. Are you certain […]
August 8, 2016
Do You Need A Key Person Insurance? Sogo Wealth and Risk Management San Antonio Texas

Do You Need Key Person Insurance?

Key person insurance is one of the most important type of business insurance, but it is often the most misunderstood. Sogo Wealth and Risk Management in […]
August 1, 2016
Why You Need A Key Person Insurance Sogo Wealth and Risk Management San Antonio Texas

Why You Need Key Person Insurance

Start-up business owners tend to live and breath their venture. This is understandable,  since their company will cease to exist if they are no longer there. […]