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New Tax Bill Could Mean Additional Costs for Homeowners

Dissecting the recently passed 400+ page tax overhaul can be daunting, but there is one change that should have all homeowners taking a second look at their current insurance program.

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Legislative Brief: Employee Benefit Changes in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017


On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) (the “Bill”).  The House and Senate Conference Committee provided a Policy Highlights of the major provisions of the Bill, and the Joint Committee on Taxation provided a lengthy explanation of the Bill.

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Property Management Liability:  Protecting the People Who Oversee Your Assets

Property managers fill a variety of roles while overseeing the performance of their residential or commercial properties.   Coordinating maintenance issues, finding high quality tenants to fill vacancies, and collecting rents are only a few examples of the responsibilities that fall to the..

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HJI's Best of 2017

In 2017, the subject matter experts at Hausmann-Johnson Insurance were proud to share their insights on a variety of timely topics. We hope you've enjoyed reading our articles as much as we've enjoyed writing them!

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Workplace Coaching: What Is It, Really?

What is Workplace Coaching? We hear that term being used a lot, but do we really know what it means?

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Legislative Brief: House and Senate Pass Tax Reform Bill

On Dec. 20, 2017, the tax reform bill, called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed both the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill is now expected to be signed into law by President Trump shortly.

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A Phishing Trip You Won’t Soon Forget!

Many contractors enjoy a fishing trip to Canada or up north with family and/or friends to get away and relax. The time away recharges their batteries for what now feels like a year-round busy season.

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There’s Risk in Them Thar Contracts (or Lack Thereof)!

Author: David Kruse

Category: Cyber Liability

If data is the new oil, as one article from The Economist states, then coding is the new construction. If carpenters, bricklayers, and ironworkers built (literally) this country, then developers, network engineers, and computer scientists are building the systems we need for the future. And..

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Harassment – It’s Time to Ask Yourself These Questions

Every time we turn on the TV or surf the net lately, we are seeing headlines about poor conduct by people in power in the workplace.  Harassment?  Incivility?  Bullying?  Discrimination?  Which is it?  Does it really matter how you label it?  It is illegal, extremely expensive, and very damaging..

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