Wrap up the Small Business Week by supporting local businesses. Small businesses are the backbone of the US economy. They also create two out of every three new jobs. To survive they need our support.
So, when you run your errands this weekend, stop by and support your local small...Read More
The compromise of business email is on the rise, particularly for cloud-based applications, according to the most recent report from Beazley Breach Response Services, part of specialist insurer Beazley P.L.C.
The industries most affected were the financial services, health care and...Read More
The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud is warning seniors of an identity-theft scam targeting Medicare recipients.
Starting this month, Medicare will be mailing new cards with random characters – instead of Social Security numbers – to nearly 60 million seniors. The new cards are a...Read More
April 17th is right around the corner and that is when we submit our tax filings to our state and federal government. Tax deductions can help you cut down your 2017 tax bill.
Here are 11 deductions that you might have overlooked courtesy of CNN Money:
Traditional IRA...Read More
Since 1992, April has been designated as Stress Awareness Month. According to the American Institute of Stress, about 90% of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress related disorders, ranging from stomach trouble to heart disease. Job related stress costs American businesses about...Read More
Do you use Orbitz to book your travel? If so, you might be one of over 880,000 payment card number and related information exposed to a data breach. These were two breaches which occurred:
- January 1, 2016 and June 22, 2016
- January 1, 2016 and December 22, 2016
Every year more than 164,000 emergency room-treated injuries and 300 deaths in the US are caused by falls from ladders. Since March is Ladder Safety Month, here are some Basic Ladder Safety Tips from The American Ladder Institute which can help prevent serious injuries.Read More
Be prepared to lose an hour on Sunday when you should advance your clocks by one hour. The debate is on to eliminate this long-held practice and individual states are discussing the pros and cons of maintaining DST. Daylight Savings Time is also a good time to change batteries in your smoke...Read More
Every day over 2,000 Americans suffer from an eye injury. This means that almost one million Americans have experienced some vision loss due to eye injury which results in more than $300 million in lost work time, medical expenses and workman's compensation according to YourSightMatters.com. ...Read More