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Protecting Your Business from Hurricanes and Other Natural Disasters

June 1 marks the start of the 2018 Hurricane Season. With this in mind, now is the perfect time to review your business insurance policies to make sure you are covered in the event of a hurricane or other natural disaster. Whether you are based out of an area prone to hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes, or [...]

Small Business Week 2018: Protecting Your Business from a Data Breach

Contrary to what you may expect, small businesses are frequent targets of hackers. While the yield may be comparatively smaller than what can be gained from a large corporation, small businesses are seen as more vulnerable to cyber attacks due to lack of resources to fully protect sensitive information. A breach can cause irreparable harm [...]

Small Business Week 2018: 13 Types of Insurance Your Small Business Needs

With Small Business Week upon us, it’s important to look at protecting your business and livelihood. While insurance can be stressful to think about and expensive to purchase, this is nothing compared to what you will have to deal with should your business be damaged, robbed, or worse, sued. Without proper coverage in place you [...]

6+ Tips for Creating a Safer Workplace and Reducing Workers’ Compensation Claims

Workers’ Compensation insurance is required in most states to provide no-fault coverage for employees suffering job-related injuries or illness. More than that, it is also designed to help protect businesses from employer’s liability lawsuits and other potential costs associated with workplace accidents. Even with this required expense there are ways you can minimize the filing [...]

Looking for Payroll Services? Here are 5 Things to Consider

One of the most important parts of owning a business is payroll. It’s can also be very costly if not done correctly. In 2013 alone, the IRS issued $4.5 billion dollars in penalties to businesses who incorrectly calculated their payroll taxes. Not only that, but there are also varying salaries, shift differentials, benefit contributions, and many other [...]

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Modernizing Your Payment Processing System

As your business prospers, it’s important to stay on top of current trends and technologies that are relevant to your business including the solutions you use to transact payments. Here are a few things to think about as you bring your payments capabilities into the modern age. Consumers have more options than ever to pay. [...]

4 Things Business Owners Should Do for a Successful 2018

A new year means new goals for your business. While the goals may be obvious (increase revenue, greater customer satisfaction, etc.), how to achieve them may be a bit harder to nail down. Here are 4 less things to consider that can have a major impact on your ability to put 2018 in the “Win” [...]

3 Tips for Employee Retention in the Gig Economy

In a gig economy, attracting talent can be easy. Keeping them, however, can be tricky. And, yes, short term employees can seem attractive: lower pay, less time off, etc., but there is a tradeoff. The more employees move on, the more time you spend hiring than running your business. The hiring process is costly and [...]

Houston Flooding, California Wildfires: It’s Time to Think About Where Your Data Is Located

In a year with no shortage of natural calamities, from a one-thousand-year flood in Houston to the current wildfires overwhelming California, we're again reminded of the necessity to think about where we house and store our digital assets and critical business data. While having the appropriate insurance policies in place is an important piece of [...]

Client Highlight: New York Tent

For over twenty years, New York Tent has been a staple of New York metro’s events and festival scene, producing upscale tented affairs for major sporting events, including the New York City Marathon, corporate galas, large music festivals, and even weddings for the area’s high net-worth crowd. After doubling its business over the past four [...]