Everyone wants to save money. And as the cost of living increases, scouting out deals is becoming like a second (or third, or fourth) job for some. So when it comes to insurance, how can you get the most bang for your buck? What determines the price of insurance, anyway? Well, it first depends on the type of insurance—e.g., homeowner,…Read More
The current truck driver shortage is no joke, and the economy is feeling the sting. According to American Trucking Associations (ATA), the industry needs about 51,000 more drivers to meet the demands of the top 3 online retailer…Read More
Building, renovating, improving and expanding: they’re all within your wheelhouse. When it comes to fulfilling client contracts, you’re a master. But experience says the risks you face as a contractor are distinct and diverse and they all need to be accounted for. That’s why when you’re looking to protect your life’s work, you…Read More
Entrepreneurship has long been the golden egg for hard-pressed nine to fivers. But now it’s seriously trending. Beyond romantic reverie, more folks than ever—from millennials to seasoned workers, and…Read More
If you follow our Facebook and Twitter feeds then you’ve got a leg up—you know all about the growing phishing epidemic. Well-worded emails from supposed IRS workers or company execs have mislead many a dutiful employee. We’ve warned about…Read More
We’re in the home stretch, and 2016 sure was one for the record books, cybersecurity- and other-wise. We’ll spare you a play-by-play, but suffice it to say in the world of all things cyber, we’ve hit a whole ‘nother level. And the upward trend continues, with abundant…Read More
The opposing forces of privacy and safety are at it again. This time, it’s Apple v. The Feds—heels in the mud, each hoping for victory. On the sidelines, fans make known their stake in the game. But in this tug of war, maybe the real win is when both sides keep their jerseys clean. Somethin…Read More
pci compliance: Don’t let the snore-bore of a name fool you: PCI compliance standards could be your company’s lifeline, packing a solid punch in fighting cybercrime, protecting data security. A set of requirements designed to ensure that ALL companies that “process, store or transmit credit card information” are…Read More
One more 365, come and gone. Our hyperconnected lives keep us always on the lookout for the next update, the hottest feature, the latest trends for the new year. But then that's also just how we're wired. Yet while we love to leap ahead, a look back can be beneficial too—good, bad or average, it informs our journey forward, gives us a benchmark for…Read More
Just another cheap hat trick, goldbricking sure can sell the goods. A facade of the shiny stuff can fool a trusting audience and a distracted employer alike. Feigning productivity while auctioning items online, or catching up on the classics, employees maintain a semblance of quality and value, while stealing time. Too bad…Read More
From birth to retirement, and everything in between, we plan. Unfortunately though, we tend to downplay the negatives. You know—those pesky 'what-ifs' and disasters we hope to keep at bay. Ironically, it’s in this world of unknowns that a solid plan is most vital. Take, for instance, your business. It wants to grow, and with that growth…Read More
Entrepreneurs, sole proprietors, small business owners and employers are some of the most determined, hard-working, savvy, intrepid members of our community. Moreover, in recent years, it’s been in the face of some overwhelming odds.
It gets better. Recent SBA statistics are in:
“Since the end of the recession (from mid-2009 to mid-2013), smal…
The cyber equivalent of your standard nature documentary scene, this shady strategy uses employees’ browsing habits against them, infecting oft-visited sites—like the local pizza joint you order lunch from every Friday—with malware. When an unsuspecting user visits this familiar site, his computer becomes infected,…Read More
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