About Robert Weinstein

Robert Weinstein is a husband, dad, stock market junkie, real estate broker, and of course...Insurance agent. Interests include my family, economics, marketing, technology, real estate, finance/investing, history, and Asia.

Robert's insurance expertise includes having the designation of Certified in Long-Term Care (CLTC) and assist in asset protection for families with members entering retirement.

Robert is also an accomplished syndicated writer whose work can be found in TheStreet, MainStreet, CNBC, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, Seeking Alpha, MSN Money, The Money Show, Stock Saints, Motley Fool, Fidelity, Minyanville, RealMoney Pro, and many national and international newspapers.

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Here are my most recent posts

Change Number of Recently Viewed in SuiteCRM SuiteP Theme Sidebar

After the update of SuiteCRM to all but mandatory use of the SuiteP theme, I've spent way too much time trying to fix things. One of the problems is the number of Recently Viewed items. Five items, and not even five accounts is a real problem for someone who looks at many things Read More

Use Unique Passwords (and Usernames) To Limit Your Risk From Hackers

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While it used to be two, we can now say three things are for certain. Death, Taxes, and websites will get hacked into. When you sign up for various websites, including banks, Uber, email, shopping, and so much more, you're trusting that your information will be safe. The problem Read More

Party Bus Business Insurance – Don’t Grow Too Fast

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New and established party bus operators will want to have a keen eye on their insurance agent, the agency, carrier, and the costs associated with properly insuring their bus or fleet of buses. When you operate a party bus business, you're not really buying insurance from an agent, Read More

New and Improved Payroll Processing Software

Patriot Payroll Software, a payroll solution offered from 1 Reason has announced new and updated inprovements to the service. With this new feature update employers will now be able to do the following: Ability to indicate a company mailing address with Read More

Only One Part-Time Employee? Maybe Consider Subcontracting Instead

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Sometimes, it's better to use an outside staffing agency for people you already want to hire Often it costs the same and can save a manager time by hiring a person through a staffing agency (even when you have a person you want to hire) than it is to hire them Read More

Can’t Find a Minneapolis Glass Ceiling on Facebook- Is it Missing?

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Based on Facebook, the glass ceiling has been removed in Minnesota. Has gender equality arrived in the land of 10,000 lakes? It appears so if you rely on college graduate levels and Facebook demographics. While attempting to target an Audience on Facebook for an Read More

Workers Compensation Insurance Rates Continue to Fall

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Workers comp rates continue to fall while loss ratios tighten up. Rates began falling overall nationally since 2015 based on a majority of state filings from The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI). The NCCI reported that it has filed 32 of the typical 38 Read More

Requirements When Hiring Employees

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What are the requirements for hiring my first employee? It's a question I get asked a often. As someone who has had well over 300 employees over the span of almost 30 years, it's safe to say I have had my share of experiences with staffing. If your first person is a Read More