Key people are employees who contribute a large percentage of an organization’s sales, growth, and consequently, income. But what if an unexpected injury or illness was to disable one of these key employees? Waiting for the employee to recover or finding a suitable replacement could take quite some time.
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According to Ben Franklin, nothing in this world is certain but death and taxes. But if a small business owner suffers a disability from an injury or illness, there are a few other certainties he or she can count on:
Key Person Disability Insurance delivers cash benefits to a business in the event a key employee who is critical to the success of the business can’t perform their substantial and material duties due to sickness or injury.Read More
Every day, consumers are inundated with cross-selling and up-selling offers. Would you like fries with your burger? Would you like a cover with your phone? Would you like to upgrade your minutes? And many times, the response to these questions is YES. Just imagine the potato overage our country would face if fast food restaurants stopped cross-selling french fries.
The American workforce is changing and so is the paycheck protection opportunity. According to a July 12 article in the Huffington Post, a Prudential Financial study of more than 1400 women found that 53 percent were the breadwinners in their households. The article cites other major gender shifts as well: Women under age 30 earn more than their male counterparts, women now comprise half of the workforce, and colleges are graduating more women than men.