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CPAs: Why We Want To Meet You

We’re living in a world where technology has made a lot of things easier. My coffee can be ready to go by a certain time every morning without me pressing a button. I can see family miles away through a phone with crystal clear clarity. And I have…

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Exempt from Workers Compensation? BAD IDEA

In the state of Florida workers’ comp starts at 4 employees unless the owner exempts themselves. Then you can have four employees and an exempt officer. This is a common practice many are drawn to but is it the right approach for an officer? Let’s dive into this.…

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What Is The Difference Between Cyber Crime and Social Engineering

The differences between cyber and crime insurance are not well understood by many. You might be asking yourself “are social engineering attacks covered under insurance? Let’s find out! It is possible for the coverage of both fund transfer fraud and social engineering fraud to be obtained through both…

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Manufacturers: Why You’re An Ideal Cyber Target

Why are manufacturers such a large target for cyber threat actors? Let’s get into it. As connectivity continues to grow, the potential impacts may become broader and more significant. Manufacturers have become popular targets for ransomware attacks because they cannot afford being shut down for extended periods of…

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What Being In A PEO Tells An Insurance Agent

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, PEO have their place in the insurance world. They keep doors open and allow businesses to keep running. But what does it say about the business itself? A PEO is great when used the right way. They can get…

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4 Things You Lose In A PEO

PEO’s allow many to keep their businesses open but there are those that don’t need to be in that environment. Here are 4 things you LOSE when you’re in a PEO. Control Two things that allow you to control the impact on your revenue. MOD and dividends. With…

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What is Commercial Crime Insurance?

Today, companies face an enormous risk of inventory and financial loss resulting from crimes. Thieves and robbers can physically break into your property and steal goods and equipment needed to perform the services you do. You face situations where dishonest employees could potentially steal inventory. Or the possibility…

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What Business Insurance Does My Restaurant Need?

Congratulations, you are opening a new restaurant! Now the question is, what insurances do you need to get started? Your landlord will most likely require you to have Commercial General Liability insurance before you move into the space. This insurance covers common business risks like customer injury. It…

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Understanding the Art of Cybersecurity

The concept of security is not absolute. There is no way anything is ever 100% secure. Today we are going to talk about understanding the art of cybersecurity. Imagine your home, you have a front door, a lock, and an alarm system. You put the sticker on your…

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Cyber Liability Insurance Is No Longer An Option

Cyber liability insurance is a policy designed specifically for data breaches, malicious attacks, ransomware, and many other cybersecurity threats. Here are some examples of important coverages that your business will have when purchasing a Cyber Liability policy: First-party coverages Social Engineering coverage Reputational harm caused to your business…

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Frequently Asked Questions

A bond in layman's terms is a way to secure a debt.

It is a way of you the consumer, being able to put up a little cost upfront that says “I am letting you borrow this money so as to your agreement to pay the face value of the said bond if ever needed”. In the real world, bonds can be issued by a government, municipality, corporation, federal agency, and other entities.

A surety bond is a contract between three parties. The person who is the recipient of an obligation, the primary party who will perform the contractual obligation and the person who assures the obligation will be done.

These bonds are a type of surety bond. They provide a proof and guarantee of ownership to the Department of Motor Vehicles. When no other form of documentation is available a Lost Title Bond shows the DMV that you are the “owner” of said vehicle.

Contractor bonds are one of the most “popular” bonds you will see asked for in the insurance space. Contract bonds are used in the construction industry by general contractors. They are a guarantee to a project’s owner that the general contractor will adhere to the contract put in place.

These types of bonds function as a guarantee to a government entity that a company will comply with a statute, state law, ordinance, etc.

Some examples are but not limited to:

  • Contractors License Bonds
  • Tax Bond
  • Environmental Bonds
  • Broker’s Bonds
  • Motor Vehicle Dealer Bonds
  • ERISA Bonds

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