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Guide to Workers Compensation

What Is Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

To determine how much workers’ compensation insurance you need, you have to take into consideration your business’s income, the number of workers you employ, their payroll, and minimum coverage requirements in your state. Your policy should be able to cover two-thirds of your employee’s yearly wage, but you should also consider coverage for medical bills and ongoing care if your industry is prone to work-related accidents.

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Dec 19, 2022 Filed under: Business Insurance

Health Insurance For One Employee: Why & How You Should You Offer It

Even though you are not legally required to purchase health insurance for a single employee by law, there are still great reasons to offer health benefits. Health insurance is not a trivial purchase — your employees work harder and better when they feel protected and healthy. Now, with the addition of the tax benefits and expanded options, it’s easy to finally make it happen.

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Jul 25, 2023 Filed under: Business Insurance

Small Business Property Insurance Guide

Commercial property insurance is designed to protect your business from accidents, theft, fires, and some (but not all) Acts of God. If the worst-case-scenarios for your property come to fruition, a solid commercial property insurance plan creates a way for your business to run and thrive despite the setbacks.

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May 8, 2023 Filed under: Business Insurance

The Complete Guide To Tokenized Payments: How Does Tokenization Work?

Credit card tokenization involves the use of systems that replace credit card information with random letters and numbers. Ready to learn more about tokenization and how it can keep your business — and your customers — from falling prey to cybercrime and fraud? Read on to discover what a token is and how tokenized payments work.

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Jan 12, 2023 Filed under: Credit Card Processing, Digital Wallets and Alternative Payments, PCI Compliance