Last Minute Tips for Filing Your Taxes

Tips for Filing Your Taxes

If you’ve waited until the last minute, here’s how to get ready to file your taxes. According to the Internal Revenue Service, 20 to 25 percent of Americans wait until the last two weeks before the deadline to prepare their tax returns. At such a late date, there are only two things you can do: file pronto or request a tax extension. The deadline for taxes is April 18 for 2016 taxes filed in 2017, so it’s important to get a jump on your taxes while you still can! Organization is Read More

How to Find Coverage to Match Your Business Size

Coverage to Match Business Size

Whether you’re a small, global, or home-based business, you’ll need insurance to suit your needs. Every business understands that it needs business insurance. From protecting employees to rebuilding the building after a fire, insurance is there to cover your company when you need it the most. While it’s easy to head online and select the cheapest option available, every business needs unique insurance to cover their risks, assets, and budget. To get you started, here’s how to evaluate your Read More

Make These Insurance Resolutions for 2017!

Insurance Resolutions

Smart insurance resolutions that help you to stay protected year-round. Are you part of the 45 percent of Americans who make New Years Resolutions? If you’re also part of the 73 percent of those people who give up on their resolution before meeting the goal, then we have good news for you. While you intend to eat clean foods, lose weight, and save money, opt to add these insurance resolutions that are easy to keep throughout the New Year! Create a home inventory. Sometimes we get so used to Read More

Flu Season is Back! Protect Your Office Health With These Tips

Office Cold Health

Get your sniffling employees back on track with these cold remedies and prevention. Has everyone in your office caught a cold during cold and flu season? Anyone who has had to drag themselves into work with a stuffy head, running nose, and a blazing temperature will know that when someone in the office gets sick, everyone gets sick. From burning candles at both ends to more work with businesses booming in the winter months, colds can spread like wildfire. Fortunately, with a little TLC and Read More

5 Ways to Protect Your Business From Cyber Risks

Cyber Risks Business

Take action to reduce cyber threats and risks. In this technology-heavy era, it’s easy for businesses to shut down their computers at night and lock the doors, not thinking of any physical damage that could occur. However, now, more than ever, businesses are damaged online through digital portals. From breaches to attacks to leaking sensitive information, there are plenty of ways in which hackers can bring down your business. As you have vendors’ information, clients’ bank details, and Read More

Back to School Essentials for Every Child and Parent

Back to School Essentials for Every Child and Parent

What your child needs before going back to school. As the summer sun begins to fade, parents are hit with the reality that their children are heading back to school. While you’re setting the alarm clocks to get back into the school routine of early mornings and early nights, take some time to get your child’s backpack ready. Set your kid up for success by filling their bag with essentials that will see them through the upcoming school year. Here’s what your child needs: A backpack. Buy Read More

Beat the Blues During Stress Awareness Month

April is Stress Awareness Month

Use these top tips to combat your stress during April’s Stress Awareness Month! During this face-paced age of juggling a social life, work, family, friends, and errands, many people are struggling to find time to relax. As relaxation is a good source of relieving stress and tension, lack of this means that stress levels keep on rising. April, nationally known as Stress Awareness Month, is dedicated to shining a light on how stress can be detrimental to people’s health, lives, and career. Read More