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Small Business Insurance Agency, Inc. - Worcester, MA

542 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608

TEL. 800-548-6900

OUR MISSION SMALL BUSINESSES IN MANY SIZES IDENTIFY RISKS, PREPARE ACCORDINGLY A TRADITION OF THOUGHTFUL SOLUTIONS

Employee Benefits

You face a multitude of choices and costs to weigh when considering how to recruit and retain your employees. We help our clients find the best mix of benefits to meet your strategic goals. 

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Risk Management

Protect your business. Protect your home and valuables. Our property and casualty insurance advisors understand your needs, from workers compensation to general bonding, tenants’ policies to umbrella coverage. We offer commercial and personal lines of insurance.

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Retirement Planning

After you’ve paid your employees, what’s left for you, the business owner? How have you planned for life in retirement? Our experienced advisors work with you to develop a strategy to envision and achieve your goals.

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