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The Four-Day Working Week Is the Future - Here's Why

Does Your Business Change in the Summer? Each industry has its own unique business cycles: some are steady throughout the months, while others peak and valley. Many seasonal entrepreneurs feel their businesses are too small to necessitate coverage without realizing how critical it is that they are protected as businesses that operate year-round. With the seasonal peaks summer brings for many, here are some factors...

Top 10 Insurance Claims for Businesses

Top 10 Insurance Claims for Small Businesses Small-business owners hope they never have to file a claim, but research by financial services giant The Hartford reveals that 40 percent of small businesses file a claim within a ten-year period. Where is your business most at risk? What insurance coverage should you invest in to protect your company? The Hartford analyzed claims data and discovered the...

How To Prevent Water Damage

How Can You Prevent Costly Water Damage? Water issues can lead to extensive structural damage. A minor leak can result in major claims forĀ building repairs. Fortunately, most leaks offer warning signs that building owners can watch for to prevent further damage. To protect your building from leaks, keep an eye out for these red flags: Discoloration: Notice any unsightly stains on your walls? This can...

General Liability vs. Professional Liability: The Difference?

General Liability vs. Professional Liability: The Difference? Business professionals bear the burden of responsibility in two distinct arenas: general liability and professional liability. Both types of coverage are necessary to secure sufficient protection for your business. Here's the difference: General liability offers protection against costs associated with property damage, medical expenses, settlements, and slander. For example, if a customer comes into your store, slips, falls,...

Working From Home Tips

INSURANCE Identity Theft: It Happens to Businesses, Too In 2017, there were 10,000 cases of business identity theft in the United States. Credit agency Experian reports small and midsize businesses in North America are losing up to $1 billion a year to these imposters. Crimes include tax fraud, credit card use, and website ransom. Is your business protected? Too often, smaller businesses are targets for...