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Make time for Eye Health

Make time for Eye Health When most people think of eye injuries at work they think of safety goggles, manufacturing and construction environments. In today’s technology focused world, eye injuries and eyestrain in particular are becoming more common in office environments. A common disorder is computer vision syndrome, I know it sounds made 

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Top 10 Property and Liability Claims for Small Businesses

Top 10 Property and Liability Claims for Small Businesses When you own your own small business you probably worry about things like theft, property damage and fire affecting your business and while these are common claims, perhaps there are other claims you should think about. The Hartford analyzed more than one million property and 

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2016 Higher Limits for HSA Contributions

2016 Higher Limits for HSA Contributions The 2016 limits on contribution and out-of-pocket spending amounts for Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and for the High-Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) were increased again this year by the IRS.  The IRS provided the inflation-adjusted HSA contribution, HDHP minimum deductible and out-of-pocket limits for…

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How to Say Thanks this Holiday Season (and All Year Round)

How to Say Thanks this Holiday Season (and All Year Round) What’s the best way to show appreciation and improve relationships with friends, family and anyone you associate with each day? Express gratitude! While many times we may appreciate something that a person has done for us, often our gratitude goes unexpressed or unnoticed. Here are some…

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Be Prepared for Winter Driving

Be Prepared for Winter Driving Winter driving presents a number of challenges to both you and your car so it pays to be prepared. Here are some tips to help you prepare for winter traveling. Warm It Up If the temperatures are going to be frigid, make sure you leave time to properly warm up the car before you drive it. To prevent carbon…

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Avoid Giving Your Data to Cyber Thieves this Holiday Season

Avoid Giving Your Data to Cyber Thieves this Holiday Season The holiday season is now underway and if you are buying online or in a local store, traveling or surfing the internet, your identity could be at risk. Avoid Phishing Clicking the wrong link or visiting a fake website can expose personally identifiable information to hackers. Be…

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The Cellar Table’s Top Wines of 2016

The Cellar Table’s Top Wines of 2016 Somehow this year got away from me. As I sat down to think about a new blog, it suddenly dawned on me–that it’s time for my top wines of 2016. This year was without a doubt the most epic, diverse and in-depth year for tasting of my entire career. Over the course of the last 11 months, I’ve logged…

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Shop Local this Holiday Season

Shop Local this Holiday Season If you haven’t finished your holiday shopping yet — or possibly, like me, haven’t even started it — then I would like to suggest a challenge. Forget about Internet shopping. Put down your credit card and phone. Close the browser window that’s open to Amazon and the like. Put on some boots and coat but don’t go to…

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Cyber Insurance: Still Underappreciated

Cyber Insurance: Still Underappreciated While most business owners have heard of cyber insurance, many continue to go without. Only about one third of U.S. companies currently purchase some type of cyber insurance, largely because owners still question the purpose and function of the coverage. Following are types of expenses that may be…

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