Posts tagged risk and insurance
Joint Technical Alert and How to Protect Your Data

The joint Technical Alert  (TA18-106A) released April 16th, 2018 by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) reports that government-backed Russian hackers are using compromised routers and other network infrastructure to conduct espionage and potentially lay the groundwork for future offensive cyber operations.

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Protect Yourself from Cyber Crime

Identity fraud is one of the fastest growing types crime in the U.S. and it can be devastating. When your identity is stolen, it usually takes a fair amount of time and money, and a considerable amount of frustration, to make sure the fraud is contained and you don’t suffer any more adverse consequences.

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The Price of Ignoring Employee Engagement

It’s no secret that the majority of today’s workforce is uninterested and unmotivated. According to a recent Gallup poll, 70 percent of U.S. workers say they feel fully disengaged from their workplace and additional 80 percent reported no motivation to go outside of their regular job description.¹

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Insurance Myths That Are Costing You Money

Insurance is necessary for our everyday lives but it can be pretty confusing if you're not a trained professional in the industry. You may start hearing what you should and shouldn't buy, but some of the advice surrounding insurance could end up costing you money because it's not based on facts. To help you debunk the rumors and improve your bottom line, we've come up with the top myths surrounding home, life, and auto insurance.

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What Small Business Owners Need to Know about Common and Costly Claims

There were several programs established by the Social Security Act to ensure individuals with disabilities and those who retire have supplemental income. It also established a program for survivors to receive a death benefit. Supplemental income from Social Security keeps more than 40 percent of the elderly population out of poverty. With all of the changes and amendments made since 1935, the tax implications are complicated for individuals and employers. The following are 10 common tax questions related to Social Security.

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Steps for Forming a Solid Workplace Safety Plan

Two of the most serious components of workplace dangers are substandard equipment and inadequate planning. Fires destroy thousands of workplaces every year. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which is commonly shortened to OSHA, exists to help prevent fires, various workplace hazards and accidents.

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