Since it is very rare that a property owner gives up a property with significant equity to a tax lien holder, tax lien investing should be looked at as a modest return, lower risk investment, and not a path to quick riches.
We have provided general business comments and considerations below; however, you will need to consult your lawyer for legal input regarding due diligence, asset liens, purchase contract terms (ownership warranty, liability indemnification, etc), and the other legal issues with your planned software purchase.
Employers generally consider group health insurance when they want to offer health insurance benefits to a small group of employees; however, group health insurance coverage may not be an option if you do not have an employee group of at least two individuals, which could include family members.
In our experience, it is unlikely that your existing homeowner’s insurance policy covers any of your business assets or liabilities, particularly significant amounts. You would have to consult your homeowner’s insurance agent to determine if your business assets are currently covered under homeowner’s policy or if they can be covered with a form of policy Addendum or Rider.
While we can offer general business advice on insurance issues and you can research insurance requirements yourself, we recommend that you discuss the fact that your business vehicles will be parked at your employees’ homes at night in order to clarify the proper insurance policies, policy content, and recommended coverage limits for your operations with a qualified business insurance agent.