Proposed Workers' Comp Legislation

Please read: A vote on Tuesday, could raise your Workers' Comp rates up to 20%.

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04/30/2019 - General News

It’s easy to think data security is a problem only for big companies…but that isn’t the case. Forty-three percent of cyber attacks target small businesses.  Bigger companies have more data stored in their network but small businesses typically have less secure networks.  That makes them an easier target for hackers.

Investing in antivirus and antispyware software, and securing your network are the first steps to protecting your business from a MORE

04/29/2019 - General News

There are many stories in the news about data breaches of companies that have compromised their customer’s personal information.  Keeping your personal information protected can be challenging but you can be in control.

Passwords are digital keys to your personal information.  These days you need a password to access everything. Your devices, online accounts, and even your online grocery list are password protected. That’s a lot of passwords to MORE

02/11/2019 - General News

With the major snow storm in January that dumped over a foot of snow in Northern Maine and the cold temperatures that followed, the spring melt could result in flooding in a few weeks.  While no one can control the weather, you can protect your home with flood insurance. Did you know there is a 30-day waiting period after your purchase of Flood Insurance?  Now is the time to start discussing your options to make sure you’re covered by MORE

02/08/2019 - General News

Protect Your Roof: Ice Dams 101

The weather pattern has been inconsistent lately. There has been heavy snow, inches of sleet, plus freezing temperatures, rain and warm weather followed by another blast of cold air.  The challenges of winter weather can cause damage to your roof that won’t be apparent until it’s too late.

We all know what ice is, and what a dam is, but how about an ice dam? Understanding the MORE

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