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Employee Stress: Costing More Than You Might Think!

According to BenefitNews.com, employee stress is costing companies billions of dollars. Literally billions. In fact, more than 20 percent of workers spend more than five hours of on-the-clock time each and every week focusing on their worries—with an additional 50 percent of workers losing one to five hours of work productivity to stress weekly. So, Read the full article…

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Optimize Your Employee Benefit Portfolio With Voluntary Benefits

According to BusinessNewsDaily.com, employers in 2019 must do all they can to entice job seekers in today’s “extremely competitive” job market. As the article points out, “As much as the interview process is aimed at finding the right candidate for an open position, the candidate is also interviewing the company to ensure they can envision Read the full article…

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Legal Insurance and Newlyweds: A Good Match

If you’re getting married, or are already newlyweds, congrats! This very well may be one of the most exciting, hectic, jam-packed times of your life—and, to help you address crucial legal and financial issues, we’ve created this post that takes a high-level look at three key areas: prenuptial (and post-nuptial) agreements estate planning financial planning Read the full article…

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What to Know About Tenant-Landlord Law and Disputes

What to Know About Landlord Tenant Law and Disputes In a perfect world, the tenant/landlord relationship would always progress smoothly, with the landlord providing a quality place for the tenant to live at a reasonable price, and the tenant always paying rent on time and taking excellent care of the property. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always Read the full article…

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Annual Legal Document Review: Now is a Great Time

Maybe you’re already in the habit of regularly reviewing your legal documents and, if so, this year’s process will likely go fairly fast. If you’re not in the habit, now’s the time to make that an annual task. Here are five important documents to create or review, plus insights into credit report reviews and corresponding Read the full article…

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