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Do College Students Need Renters Insurance?

College students may not have a ton of valuables to insure, but expensive textbooks, laptops and other prize possessions can cost a lot to replace if something should happen to them. Fires, floods, and theft […]

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New OSHA Regulations and Recordkeeping Rules

Beginning January 1, 2015, establishments located within Federal OSHA jurisdiction must comply with new, expanded recordkeeping requirements. Establishments located in states operating their own safety and health programs should contact the appropriate state authority to […]

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Do You Understand Food Truck Insurance?

Food trucks are quickly growing in popularity within the food industry, but a lot of food truck operators (and even some insurance agents) aren’t sure what type of insurance coverage is needed. If something goes […]

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Documenting Verbal Conversations with Clients Is Crucial

You probably keep documentation for most activities related to running your business, but do you document all important communications you have with clients? What about those conversations you have by phone or in person? If […]

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Data Security Breach Insurance Saves Restaurants, Hotels Millions

Last Friday, Supervalu confirmed it’s investigating a data breach affecting about 200 of its grocery and liquor stores. The breach also extends to store brands sold in 2013 to AB Acquisition LLC. In all, roughly […]

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Impact of Minimum Wage Hike on Restaurants

There has been a lot of talk about how the minimum wage increase in states throughout the country will affect the restaurant business. Most recently, Seattle raised its minimum wage to the highest in the […]

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