Within any small company, there is usually at least one “key person” who is critical to its success. It could be a business founder, owner, partner or simply a valuable employee. It's a person who can't easily be replaced — someone the company... (Read More)
Whether you are shopping for auto insurance for the first time or the hundredth time, it’s always best to be an educated shopper. Auto insurance is one of the most used types of personal insurance, so you'll want to be in the know.
Deciding on... (Read More)
Giving back to your community is not only the right thing to do. It can have valuable benefits to you and your company. That's why many businesses — even ones with only a handful of employees — are putting corporate social responsibility (CSR)... (Read More)
It's a funny word, but it's serious protection for your business. A BOP, short for Business Owners Policy, combines property and liability coverages in one insurance package for small- and medium-size businesses.
BOPs aren't for every business... (Read More)
Somewhere there is a 17-year-old student who will never see senior prom, a college student who will never see graduation and a young adult that will never have the opportunity to have children. Why?
Texting while driving.
It’s an epidemic... (Read More)
Each generation brings a new approach to the art of management. Generation Y — more commonly called the Millennial generation — is no different.
In the last year, Millennials have become the largest segment of the U.S. population and now... (Read More)
It's estimated that more than half of all U.S. small businesses operate out of someone's home. Housing a business in your basement or using your garage as a warehouse can be a great way to launch a business or save money. But too few home-based... (Read More)
Car insurance rates are based on a number of different factors. Here are four of the most important:
Your driving record. Speeding tickets and accidents drive up the cost of auto insurance. Likewise, avoiding accidents and speeding tickets can... (Read More)
Increasingly, employers are telling workers, “Bring your own device.” Often abbreviated as BYOD, the term means that workers can use personal mobile devices — such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets — at the office. In addition, some... (Read More)