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
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
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
Enforcement of safety regulations has increased over the past few years, and so have the related fines. We are seeing clear evidence of the results in the Kansas City area. For example, a local firm
Are you tired of subsidizing the losses of your competitors? With traditional worker’s comp and liability insurance, that’s exactly what you may be doing. If your company has a good insurance track record, your premiums
The lack of clarity from Washington DC is causing most business owners to play a guessing game. While enforcement of construction-industry regulation increased under President Obama, President Trump said he wants to reduce restrictive regulation.
It seems like new technology solutions to construction company problems are coming out every day. They all promise to save time, improve efficiency and boost your performance. Some in the industry embrace new technology easily
Family owners of a Midwest construction company approached us in 2011 with a real crisis. Despite several decades of success, the Great Recession of 2008 had hit them hard. They were about to go out