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Court Bonds 09.13.2019

Who Starts a Trust

A trust settlor, also known as a grantor, trustor, trust maker, or creator, is the person who creates the trust. When making a trust, they establish which property of theirs they will grant to the…
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Who Starts a Trust
Court Bonds 09.11.2019

Types of Guardianships

Guardians are appointed by courts to aid a person with their financial needs. The most common types of guardians and the ones you’ve probably heard about are guardians of minors. The minor they are aiding…
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Types of Guardianships
Court Bonds 09.10.2019

Texas Probate Surety Bonds

County courts in Texas require probate surety bonds when the court appoints someone to handle a deceased person’s estate or often when a will names someone as an estate executor. These bonds are required to…
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Texas Probate Surety Bonds
ERISA 09.10.2019

TPAs Risk Drowning Without Efficient Technology

The role of the third-party administrator has changed greatly over the last decade. TPAs had to learn to become more efficient and provide more cost reduction than their competition in order to maintain business. Because…
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TPAs Risk Drowning Without Efficient Technology
Cyber 09.06.2019

Study: 25% of Small Businesses Don’t Know Where to Start on Cybersecurity

Keeper Security’s 2019 SMB Cyberthreat Study has been released and there’s one particularly alarming statistic: of the small businesses surveyed, 25% have “no idea where to start” when formulating a cyber attack prevention strategy. Preventing…
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Study: 25% of Small Businesses Don’t Know Where to Start on Cybersecurity
Cyber 09.06.2019

Study: Small Businesses Not Taking Cybersecurity Seriously Enough

According to the Keeper Security 2019 SMB Cyberthreat Study, companies with fewer than 500 employees just aren’t taking the cyber attacker threat seriously enough. Over 40% of all cyberattacks target small to medium-sized businesses according…
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Study: Small Businesses Not Taking Cybersecurity Seriously Enough
Cyber 09.06.2019

StockX Hack Shows Smaller Businesses Are Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

The hacks and cyber-attacks you hear about usually involve giant companies like Equifax and Sony. But startup and smaller companies can be vulnerable as well, as shown by the StockX hack. StockX is an online…
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StockX Hack Shows Smaller Businesses Are Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks
Cyber 09.06.2019

Small Businesses Aren’t Sure Who Should Handle Cybersecurity

One of the biggest impediments to implementing proper cybersecurity measures at small businesses is that those small businesses don’t seem to have any idea who should be in charge of cybersecurity. According to Keeper Security’s…
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Small Businesses Aren’t Sure Who Should Handle Cybersecurity
Contract Surety 09.05.2019

Rebar Free Design Allows Contractor to Top Out Building in 10 Months

Using a composite steel frame that is rebar free, The Erection Co., finished topping out its 850 square foot Rainier Square Tower in Seattle, Washington in just ten months. The building is scheduled for completion…
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Rebar Free Design Allows Contractor to Top Out Building in 10 Months