The Importance of Staffing Insurance

When it comes to insurance, you might think about general liability and perhaps even workers’ compensation. Something else to consider is that there are a myriad of different coverage types available when it comes to staffing insurance. If you run a staffing agency, whether you place employees permanently or temporarily, it is important to have the right type of insurance coverage. The following gives some reasons that staffing insurance is so important to your business:

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Why is PEO Insurance Necessary?

An important part of most businesses is hiring employees to help you help your customers and hopefully turn a profit. When the business grows large enough, it may become necessary to put together a human resources department to handle the hiring of customers, as well as management of payroll and benefits. When a business decides to use a professional employer organization (PEO), the duties of human resources is basically outsourced to another company. Even though it is another company that is handling the HR part of your business, you still should consider PEO insurance for the shared risks you now have.

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Calculating Homeowners Insurance Premiums

First time homebuyers are often surprised by the line item on their settlement statements labeled “homeowners insurance.” Sometimes referred to as “hazard insurance” in the industry, lenders require that all homeowners carry this insurance to protect the financial interests of the both mortgage company as well as the mortgagee. Like any type of insurance, there are a number of risk factors that are analyzed in order to calculate the premium.

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Delaware Lawmakers to Debate Broad ESA measure

This blogpost first appeared the week of June 9, 2014, on the website http://jaypgreene.com/2014/06/10/delaware-lawmakers-to-debate-broad-esa-measure/. This is a guest post by Matthew Ladner Senior Advisor for Policy and Research at the Foundation for Excellence in Education. This is in reaction to the hearing on HB353, the Parent Empowerment Education Savings Account Act (PEESAA), which was heard on June 11, 2014 in Legislative Hall.

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