With the recent growth in spending on U.S. construction projects, it’s likely that architecture projects will be increasingly frequent. Your architect clients are as much at risk for errors & omissions as any other profession that involves contracts. Here are a few brief points on the key provisions that should be in every architecture contract.
Cost of work: This doesn’t need to include the compensation to the architect, however there needs to be a written estimate. If this cost starts to go over..
According to a new survey conducted of 633 tax professionals, 55% of respondents said their organizations had not purchased a cyber-liability insurance policy or coverage, while only 15% said they had and 30% said they were unsure. The survey was conducted at the annual conference of the National Association of Tax Professionals in Phoenix.
Tax professionals face risks such as computer viruses, data theft, identity theft, and other cyber-crimes. For the most part, tax professionals are somewhat familiar with..
Many small to mid-sized businesses do not know where to gain access to risk solutions. There may be some legal and financial risks they aren't even aware of. As an insurance agent, it is crucial to discuss risk management strategies with your clients that they can implement in daily life. Here are a few main points to talk over with your clients.
What is Risk Management? Your client should understand that the risk management process consists..
Accounting holds a pivotal role in the economy. Businesses, government and individuals rely on tax and accounting professionals for financial advice, tax preparation and filing, estate planning, audits and various additional financial transactions.
But your accounting clients, while highly skilled, are still human. Mistakes can be made. Statements can be misconstrued. Details could slip through the cracks. And a malpractice suit could seriously hurt your accounting clients’ careers. This is where error and omissions insurance comes in.
The Labor Department issued finals rules requiring federal contractors to show they are taking steps to hire more veterans and disabled workers. The federal rules place a threshold for veterans at 8 percent of a workforce and 7 percent for disabled workers.
The rules aim to increase the number of veterans and disabled people with jobs. In addition to the social and employment changes, it will have a significant impact on these businesses. Currently there are..
Certain insurance products can sometimes be complicated to understand. Potential customers need to depend on agents with the knowledge and communication skills to explain certain nuances of their coverage. Clear communication of best risk management practices could mean the difference between filing a claim or averting a huge headache for your client.
Verbal skills. Be available to have discussions with your client on the phone or in person. A lengthy email may not be enough to help them understand the..
The new mobility smartphones and almost constant Wi-Fi access give business owners is a double edged sword. Its high convenience and easy accessibility also makes us more susceptible to hackers. And in a business world where many companies rely on wireless and mobile communication for their business, cyber crime is a serious threat. Here are some tips compiled from CBS news on how to avoid cyber crime.
Email. When using public kiosks to check email, make sure no one..
Law is a profession of trust. Clients trust lawyers to provide counseling, comprehensive and honest advice that is specific to their case. Based on their services, clients also trust lawyers to keep track of their billable hours, neither under or overcharging for their services. When assessing cases, lawyers trust the clients to provide them with the details, documentation and a timeline of their case before deciding to take it on.
But while legal is a relationship..
Axis Insurance Services, LLC CEO to Speak at
NAI Global Property Management Council MeetingZ
FRANKLIN LAKES, NJ—We are proud to announce our CEO, Mike Smith will be presenting to NAI Global’s Property Management Council on September 10th in Miami, FL.
This event attracts nationwide commercial real estate property managers with an opportunity to network, share knowledge and discover new ways to enhance their property management business. Mike has been a frequent speaker at the council, having recently spoken at their annual meeting in January.
Mike will address risk management and professional liability issues affecting today’s commercial property manager. In this session, he..
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