Take a look at a sample summary of a hedge fund's start-up budget projection. I'll guarantee that among the myriad of anticipated expenses one will not find any kind of allowance for insurance protection. On the rare occasions that an allowance has been made, it is usually so small that it would barely cover the cost of one of the few compulsory covers any company is forced to purchase by statute.
The motivation for the launch of a new company may be the desire to control one's destiny or an urge
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