Category: Business Insurance

Is a Side Job for Extra Money Right for You?

If you’re not too tired after working your demanding day job, you might consider picking up a side job for extra money (a.k.a. “moonlighting”). It’s especially worth looking into before the holiday shopping season gets in full swing. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 6.8 million Americans work more than one job. That equates to 4.6 percent of all employed people. There are... Read Article

Keep Small Business Health Costs Down: 5 Tips to Stay Healthy in the Workplace

As a small business owner, you are probably well aware of the costs involved in providing health care coverage to your employees and their family members. Even if you do not offer full coverage, there are still a number of expenses that can weigh heavily on you and the profitability of your business. If you are not able to keep health costs down, you could... Read Article

Spring Cleaning: Tips to Keep Your Office Clutter Free While Keeping Your Sanity

Spring is now upon us, and there is no time like the present to get rid of the clutter that has built up in your office over the past few winter months. Doing a little spring cleaning at the office will not only help clear your mind, but a clutter-free work space has been proven to increase productivity. Having a well-organized, clean work space is also a... Read Article

Restaurant and Bar Insurance to Serve You

Whether you own a restaurant, bar, tavern, pub, sports bar, catering company or banquet facility, ensuring you have the correct insurance in place is an important matter. As an owner of these facilities in Burtonsville, you’re open to great risks without the right types of coverage. Issues could arise involving being accused of over-serving an intoxicated customer as well as employees claiming an on the... Read Article

Video: Why Life Insurance for Business Owners Matters

Amanda Moses’ story highlights why life insurance for business owners matters. In 2001, Amanda was straightening up her home when the news came across the television: A small plane had crashed at the nearby Talladega, Ala., airport. There were no survivors. Amanda’s husband, Jeff, and four coworkers were aboard, on their way home from a trip to see clients in Ohio. In an instant, Amanda... Read Article

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