The holiday season is officially upon us, and for many, this means that festive parties are right around the corner. As Wisconsinites, we’ve grown accustomed to enjoying an Old Fashioned, Hot Toddy, or Tom and Jerry to warm us up during these cold weather revelries. Unfortunately, there is..
Beware of the qualified opinion letter! With accounting revenue recognition standards changing for work under contract, consider your credit relationships when you decide whether or not to change your accounting method to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
At first glance, a commercial property policy seems straightforward. It lists the property covered, what causes of loss are covered, and how much it’s covered for. But did you know that there are many ways a property policy’s coverage can be restricted? If an insured is not fully aware of the..
Commercial insurance policies can be very complex and often times have hundreds of pages. Sometimes there are things in the back of the policy that maybe aren’t so favorable. They might even have a positive connotation, but if read in detail are actually the opposite.
The old saying goes, “a carpenter is only as good as his tools”. If that saying is true, the tools of any skilled tradesman would be the most valuable asset they own. Try to picture a carpenter working without a hammer, a plumber without a wrench, or an excavating contractor without a..
Apartment owners and property managers have a means to protect their limits of insurance, and it won’t cost them a penny. I am talking, of course, about renters insurance. What many forget about renters insurance though, is the liability coverage that is included.
Advancements in technology and our ability to rapidly communicate with people all over the world are making it easier for US based companies to expand overseas. Whether your company is beginning to sell/ship products to other countries, starting to manufacture products overseas, or simply..
First off, where does this word “Dram” come from? Historically alcohol was sold by a unit of measure called a “Dram” meaning 1/8 of a fluid ounce.
The malicious ransomware called “WannaCry” hit businesses large and small across the globe in 2017. With more than 200,000 systems infected in over 150 countries, this large scale virus affected schools, governments, businesses, and even forced emergency rooms to close.