Tag Archives: insurance

There’s no downside to protecting yourself — always insure your risk

risk insurance

Thought Leadership on Corporate Financial Wellness presented by Raskin Gobal. We are always alarmed when a client has a family, significant other, partner, etc., and no provisions in place to protect them. Or, when the client has the wrong protection in place. Not having the right or adequate levels of protection in place can very quickly and unexpectedly bankrupt a family, ...

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The cost of cutting corners: Is your insurance broker a true partner?

Thought Leadership on Protecting What You’ve Worked so Hard to Build presented by Jeff Bernard at Rampart Insurance Services. Cutting corners when it comes to insuring your business can be extremely costly. There is a stark difference between choosing an insurance provider because they had the cheapest quote, and selecting someone who understands your business and wants to become your strategic partner. ...

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Are you covered? The real cost of employment practices liability suits

Thought Leadership on Protecting What You’ve Worked so Hard to Build presented by Jeff Bernard at Rampart Insurance Services. Are you leaving your business exposed to a costly employee practices liability suit? As a small business, it won’t take a large claim to make a massive impact on your company’s bottom line, and your general liability policy probably doesn’t cover these incidents. According to ...

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Should you require a subcontractor to sign a written contract?

Worker fallen off a ladder

Thought Leadership on Property & Casualty/Risk & Insurance Management presented by Commercial Insurance Managers. Verbal contracts are simple and easy. All you have to do is ask a roofing contractor to get up on your roof and repair the shingles that are missing. The subcontractor’s worker arrives, takes the ladder, leans it up against the building, climbs up and loses his ...

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Does your business need terrorism insurance?


The news was once again grim this week, with shocking images from Brussels broadcast around the world. It’s just the latest in a string of recent attacks in Paris, Istanbul, Beirut and elsewhere. For businesses worried their premises, assets or employees may be involved in a terror attack, does it make sense to buy insurance?

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The real deal about excess liability insurance (video)

Thought Leadership on Excess Liability Insurance/Group Personal Excess Insurance presented by Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.  “It only takes a second to lose what you’ve spent a lifetime building.  Litigiousness in the United States is growing at an alarming pace, as evidenced by new liabilities and exorbitant jury verdicts that can run in the millions.  Find out how excess liability insurance ...

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ACA tax benefit – Government subsidized insurance purchase

Thought Leadership on Healthcare Reform presented by CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C.  The Affordable Care Act has increased options for individuals to obtain the healthcare that they need.  One of the complexities in determining which type of coverage to obtain is the tax consequences of that decision. If the insurance plan is offered by an employer through a §125 cafeteria ...

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