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Health Tops Retirement in Financial Resolutions

Health Tops Retirement in Financial Resolutions

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Life expectancy is increasing, Social Security benefits are shrinking, and a recent study shows that 54 percent of Americans have too little saved to ensure an adequate income stream after they collect their last paycheck. Given these facts, you’d expect more of your workers’ New Year’s resolutions to focus on retirement—but that’s not the case.
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Insurance Coverage as Your Car Ages

Insurance Coverage as Your Car Ages

Thursday, March 31, 2016

In order to legally operate your motor vehicle in the U.S., you must have a car insurance policy in place. The minimum requirements for bodily injury and property damage liability vary by state and must be considered when selecting insurance coverage. These minimums won’t change as your car ages, but the additional coverage you choose to purchase may.
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Do You Need Employment Practices Liability Insurance?

Do You Need Employment Practices Liability Insurance?

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Also known as EPLI, employment practices liability insurance is designed to protect small businesses in the event an employee files a lawsuit claiming harassment, discrimination or another such wrongdoing. It’s a worthwhile investment; employment practice lawsuit settlements can cost businesses millions of dollars.
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Are You Keeping These 2016 Money Resolutions?

Are You Keeping These 2016 Money Resolutions?

Friday, March 25, 2016

We’re a full month into the New Year and many of us are already losing interest in the goals we set 30 days ago. Skipping the occasional yoga class or spending an afternoon or two binge watching Netflix is unlikely to really hurt you in the long run. However, ditching the financial promises you made to yourself as 2015 became 2016 just might.
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Are You Providing the Benefits Your Female Workforce Wants?

Are You Providing the Benefits Your Female Workforce Wants?

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The number of women working in American businesses is continually increasing. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the U.S. workforce was only 38 percent female in 1970. The most recent numbers show women now make up 47 percent. Whatever your company’s industry, they likely account for a sizable portion of your staff as well. And while keeping all of your employees engaged in their jobs is necessary to reduce costly turnover, retaining your female workers may require slightly different tactics.
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