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Adult Store and Novelty General Liability and Workers’ Comp Insurance

Adult retail sales is tough enough without having concerns over general liability, workers' comp, and property insurance making things more complicated. We offer insurance solutions to the adult industry that are designed with your requirements and needs in mind. Not only are we Read More

Workers’ Comp Requirements – Untangling the Confusion

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Workers' Comp Requirements In Wisconsin in basic form with a focus on contractors and sub-contractors. Untangling the confusion between having a workers' comp insurance requirement and adding payroll to your commercial business general liability insurance Read More

Workers’ Compensation Ghost Policy Insurance

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A workers' compensation ghost insurance policy is typically used for self-employed contractors where the owner is excluded from coverage and there are no additional employees for the business. The typical scenario is a contractor is required to have workers' comp in Read More

Workers Compensation in Wisconsin

In 1911, Wisconsin adopted a Workmen's Compensation Act. It was one of the first in the country. Most Wisconsin employers are required to carry worker's compensation insurance unless they qualify for self-insured status. In return for providing worker's compensation Read More

Get an Unemployment Insurance Account Number (UIAN) in Minnesota

According to Minnesota's Unemployment Insurance Program's website, If you want to hire employees, and as part of a workers' compensation policy, Minnesota employers are required to register and receive an unemployment insurance account number (UIAN). Unemployment Read More

Unemployment Insurance Requirements for Wisconsin – UIAN

For many employers in Wisconsin, receiving an Unemployment Insurance Account Number from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development is a requirement. The rules and laws change from time-to-time, so make sure you check with the state before making a determination if you as an Read More