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Business Insurance in and around Philadelphia

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Cost Effective Insurance For Your Business.

Running a small business comes with a unique set of challenges. You shouldn't have to wrestle with those alone. Aside from just those who care for you, let State Farm be part of your line of support through insurance options including business continuity plans, errors and omissions liability, and extra liability coverage, among others.

One of the top small business insurance companies in Philadelphia, and beyond.

Small Business Insurance You Can Count On

Whether you own a pet groomer, a furniture store, or an arts and crafts store, State Farm has you covered. Aside from great service all around, you can personalize a policy to fit your business's specific needs. It's no wonder that other business owners have rated this as one of their top choices for business insurance.

Contact agent Trish Floyd to review your small business coverage options today.

Simple Insights®

Retirement plans for small business owners to consider

Offering a retirement plan, including a SEP IRA, SIMPLE IRA or a 401k, is a great way for a small business to attract and retain employees.

Get paid what you're worth and separate personal and business finances

When starting your business, you need to separate funds and answer questions like "How much should I get paid?"or "How many hours should I work?".

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Trish Floyd

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
7706 Castor Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19152-3602
Map & Directions
Would you like Patricia to create a personalized business quote?
Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Trish Floyd

Trish Floyd

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
7706 Castor Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19152-3602
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Retirement plans for small business owners to consider

Offering a retirement plan, including a SEP IRA, SIMPLE IRA or a 401k, is a great way for a small business to attract and retain employees.

Get paid what you're worth and separate personal and business finances

When starting your business, you need to separate funds and answer questions like "How much should I get paid?"or "How many hours should I work?".