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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

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

How to Start an LLC In Wisconsin

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If you're a new business owner looking for the protection a Limited Liability Company LLC entity may provide, albeit don't want to pay someone else to create one for you, the following instructions will show you step by step how to get started, and lead you all the way to the Read More

Hiring a Subcontractor, What You Need To Know For Insurance

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Moving from a one person band to having employees and/or subcontractors working with you can be a significant and unexpected change for many business owners. On one hand, with more people, larger and sometimes more profitable contracts can be earned, and having other hands on the job Read More

Buy-Sell Business Agreement Paid With Life Insurance

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If you're in or are considering a partnership, I urge you to give thought to a buy-sell agreement ahead of time. Few business endeavors encompass greater challenges than partnerships. In my 30 years in the business world, I've seen more than my share of Read More

Take Care of Your Clients, Or Someone Else Will

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Customer Service consists of many important attributes, if you fail to provide each and every one, you will fail to reach your full potential Appreciation - Do you and your staff fully appreciate your clients? If so, how do they know it? Value - Do you and Read More

1 Reason Insurance Privacy Policy

This privacy policy has been compiled to better serve those who are concerned with how their 'Personally Identifiable Information' (PII) is being used online. PII, as described in US privacy law and information security, is information that can be used on its own or with other Read More

10 Reasons Why You’re Losing Sales That You Might Have Made

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In a world of online shopping and the greatest price transparency ever, it may seem logical that price is what drives a buyer's decision making, but some things never change, and one of them is price isn't the most important factor in a buyer's mind. Many salespeople seem Read More

Duty To Mitigate – What Do I Need To Do After An Accident?

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If you suffer a loss that's not your fault or is mostly someone else's fault, you have rights and obligations, and understanding what your obligations are and reasonably performing your obligations can be a significant help towards protecting your rights. In other words, even Read More