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Cyber Liability – Second in a series

Tim Kolacz

By Tim Kolacz In my last article, we discussed how Cyber Security is at the forefront of people’s minds lately. From big corporations to your own personal security, hackers are trying to get all of your information. Yahoo! was attacked and over 500 million emails were compromised; Target was attacked …

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Business: the five key departments (gears)

By Mark Maes Success for a business owner can be difficult to achieve. Many business owners don’t fully understand the complexity, opportunity, and responsibility that exists in business. They didn’t envision being business owners or corporate leaders. They started off simply being good at their craft, or being passionate about …

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Cyber Liability – Part One in a series

By Tim Kolacz Cyber Liability is all the rage right now. And it should be. Cloud storage, personal storage, firewalls and 256-bit encryption are all terms that you, not just the CIO, should be familiar with. Most importantly, because you probably are the CIO and don’t even know it! There …

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In Transition…feeling frustrated?

Business Advice Inland Empire Business News

By Steve Kim If you are experiencing a transition in your business or personal life, then answering the following questions can serve as a useful starting point: Based on my current understanding, · What chapter has ended? Am I accepting of that? · What do I have to let go …

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The Brave New World of PR

Lou Desmond

By Lou Desmond The race for the White House was won by Donald Trump by savvy use of all of the tools the world of public relations has to offer.   If you are in business, any business, they are tools you can and should also be using. By the way — …

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How to Avoid an Employee Benefit Plan Audit

Craig Dart

But if you can’t, how to get through one  By Craig Dart Does your plan need to be audited? Large employee benefit plans (generally defined as plans with greater than 100 participants) and some small plans are required to be audited annually and attach an independent auditors report to the …

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