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National Tax Security Awareness Week No. 3: Victims of Data Breaches Should Consider These Steps

From the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) News Release… View original release here. IR-2017-196, Nov. 29, 2017 WASHINGTON ― The number of data breaches was already on a record pace for 2017 before the reported theft of nearly 145 million Americans’ names, addresses and Social Security numbers brought the issue toRead More

Do You Really Need Business Insurance?

Chances are you have had a, “Thank goodness for insurance!” moment at some point in your life. A tree falls on your roof. You lose a tooth in a sporting injury. You rear-end someone at a red-light. There are many opportunities for understanding why having insurance in our personal livesRead More

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Small Business Owners

2016 is finally here and it’s time for a fresh start! As you begin to create your New Year’s resolutions for your personal life, maybe you should consider setting some resolutions for your business as well. After all, one way to become the best is admitting that there’s always roomRead More

Tips for Becoming a Self-Employed Success

Now that you know what it means to be a self-employed freelancer, you need to know how to become a successful self-employed freelancer. Here are some tips to help you build your brand and create a successful path for growth:

Employment vs. Self-Employment: Defining the Freelancer

There is a growing trend in our economy, as well as others across the world, and its self-employment. It’s not only young millennials leading the way either. Many individuals are making mid-life career shifts from employment to self-employment, and some are even leaving retirement to start their own freelance businesses.Read More

Why Starting Your Own Company is Risky Business

Risky Business is not just the name of a famous Tom Cruise movie. It’s a phrase every new small business owner should take to heart, because starting a business, no matter how great your idea is, always comes with risk. Is there such a thing as good and bad risk,Read More

Avoiding HR Disasters |

Having employees can be detrimental to the health of your business. An ongoing proliferation of laws and regulations, along with an increasingly litigious environment can easily place smaller businesses at risk. 1) Why not larger businesses? Most simply, because larger companies typically have an HR department headed and staffed byRead More

Have You Hugged Your BOP Today? Protecting Against Business Liability

If you are a small business owner, there are two ways that you can protect yourself against threats to your business caused by theft, injury of others, and a variety of other problems that can and do occur in just about any business. Your first choice is to hope forRead More

Small Business Champions Spotlight | Insureon and Ted Devine

With 20 years of entrepreneurial and insurance industry experience, Ted Devine understands the risks that small businesses face. As CEO of insureon, a premier online small business insurance agency, he also understands how to help small business owners minimize risk. Since 2000, insureon has been helping business owners to secureRead More

Minimize Identity Theft with Your IRS Filing

Tax fraud continues to be a growing problem. To minimize your being the next victim, the IRS is reminding taxpayers to use the Identity Verification Service website at idverify.irs.gov, as the fastest, easiest way to verify you are who you claim to be. Learn more through from the IRS releaseRead More