Premiums continue to increase for certain commercial insurance lines, while coverage and terms are also becoming more restrictive. Learn how to take control of your insurance buying process to lower your organization’s total cost of risk.
During the Great Resignation, it’s important to understand if your benefits are competitive. Learn how benchmarking enables employers to make strategic decisions about benefits offerings to attract talent in the challenging job market.
While they’re fun, recreational vehicles can pose a host of risks — and homeowners policies may not provide coverage in the event of a loss. Fortunately, there are inexpensive recreation policies available to protect your assets and maximize wealth protection.
Do you have a retirement plan compliance checklist? If you think your organization doesn’t need one, think again. Review these common IRS and DOL compliance issues, and conduct a self-audit to help your organization company avoid future costs and liabilities.
Even if nothing has changed with your retirement plan, you can still be audited. New tax laws, legislation and organizational restructuring all affect plans. A self-review can help you avoid added costs and liabilities in the future.
As the new year begins, it’s important to set aside time to review your personal insurance policies. Learn what areas may negatively impact your insurance, and what to do to protect yourself and your assets.
Bid farewell to a challenging 2021 and get ready for the new year by marking your calendar with important compliance requirements. Set your organization up for success with these key 2022 action items and deadlines.
Since last year, social engineering attacks are occurring 15 times more frequently and are 179% more severe, with average losses for an organization nearly tripling to more than $326,000. Learn what social engineering is and specific ways to protect your business.
Hosting a social gathering in your home? First, get familiar with the liability exposures associated with alcohol-related accidents, know whether your homeowners policy provides adequate coverage for these incidents, and put a plan in place.
Get details on the DOL’s FAQs that clarify the interim final rule implementing the Lifetime Income Disclosure requirement mandated under the SECURE Act. Additionally, learn which federally declared disaster areas are eligible for tax relief.
Claims account for approximately 60% of an organization’s total cost of risk (TCOR). Learn how proactive claims management can have a significant financial impact — up to a 30% reduction in premiums and/or actual claims dollars.
Organizations can save thousands of dollars by ensuring compliance in advance of an audit. With the current administration aiming to significantly boost DOL funding over the next decade, more audits could be on the horizon.
Organizations spend over $50,000 per employee each year an employee delays retirement. Implementing strategies to better prepare the workforce for retirement can help offset the financial impact to the organization.
Multimillion-dollar lawsuits can happen to anyone, and are among the biggest risks to financial health. Personal excess liability insurance is critical to protecting your assets and financial standing.