The bread and butter you need to protect your business Three reasons to check your property and casualty insurance coverage: You’ve had it for a while and haven’t taken a fresh look at your needs.
If you employ people who work or live in Missouri, you should know about some changes that affect workers compensation claims in the state. You can take a few steps to make sure you’re better
Ten Events That Should Trigger a Call Commercial insurance is one of those items on your to-do list that you may only pay attention to a few times a year. In some years, it can
A couple of surprises were tucked inside the temporary funding bill passed by Congress in mid-January: 1) An additional two-year delay of the much-reviled “Cadillac tax;” and 2) Temporary suspension of two other ACA-related taxes.
Do you meet with your insurance broker in the middle of each year to discuss the state of your business? If not, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, according to insurance industry consultant MarshBerry, 80 percent of
I recently had the honor of taking part in the Most Wanted Auction for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City. This year there were about 31 honorees in KC with the task of
As you’ve heard by now, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, signed by President Trump in the last days of 2017, repealed the ACA’s individual mandate (starting in 2019). The rest of the ACA remains
The construction business is different from others in some significant ways—especially when it comes to accounting. The CPA you work with can make a measurable difference in your firm’s ability to grow. Here are four
It appears the IRS is very close to issuing ACA penalty assessments – called 226J letters – to employers that failed to meet their obligation to offer satisfactory overage to full-time employees in 2015. Assessments
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced recently that it was expanding the circumstances in which an employer can offer a group health plan that doesn’t cover contraception. The action was taken in