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Performing Risk Assessments in 2020: Handling the Outlier

September 29, 2020 By Bryan Dziak, Frank Campagna

Performing Risk Assessments in 2020: Handling the Outlier

Performing an annual risk assessment used to be a fairly standard routine for most. However, COVID-19 has presented challenges and organizational changes that will have an impact on the risk assessment. Understanding the new risks and your organization’s tolerance for them is more important than ever to determine how you should adapt and respond. In this article, you will learn how to best adjust your 2020 risk assessment strategy.

A Deeper Look into the Impact of the Carried Interest Proposed Regulations

September 29, 2020

A Deeper Look into the Impact of the Carried Interest Proposed Regulations

Proposed rules clarify carried interests in partnerships.

3 COVID-19 Impacts to Expect When Undergoing a Single Audit in 2020

September 29, 2020

3 COVID-19 Impacts to Expect When Undergoing a Single Audit in 2020

Not-for-profit organizations that receive federal funds are subject to the requirements of the Uniform Grant Guidance, and the Subpart F Single Audit.

September 29, 2020

CBIZ Insurance Services (Flyer)

Risk and insurance solutions to protect your personal and business assets.

September 29, 2020

Businesses Get Tax Break on Depreciated Assets

09-29-20 - Nate Smith - Financial Advisor Magazine

Owner Exemption from Workers’ Comp Coverage – Does It Actually Save Money?

September 29, 2020

Owner Exemption from Workers’ Comp Coverage – Does It Actually Save Money?

For proper employer and employee protection, workers’ compensation coverage should be written by an agent or broker that is highly knowledgeable.

What the Appointment of the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery Could Mean for Recipients of COVID Relief

September 28, 2020

What the Appointment of the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery Could Mean for Recipients of COVID Relief

The pandemic relief law, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided an unprecedented $2 trillion in economic aid to American families, workers and small businesses affected by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Upsurge in Cyber Crime Results in Increased Underwriting Scrutiny

September 28, 2020

Upsurge in Cyber Crime Results in Increased Underwriting Scrutiny

Cyberattacks, ranging from phishing and ransomware to denial-of-service attacks and cloud-service interruptions, continue to increase in both frequency and sophistication. Cyberattacks ramped up even more when COVID-19 forced businesses to shift to remote work, with information on the pandemic used as a hook.

EMPLOYER HEALTH CARE ECOSYSTEMS & COST MITIGATION

September 28, 2020

EMPLOYER HEALTH CARE ECOSYSTEMS & COST MITIGATION

Not surprisingly, one of the key ways employer-sponsored health care can adapt and overcome today’s challenges is cost mitigation. But first, employers must understand employer health care ecosystems.

September 28, 2020

Episode 4: What the Lending Environment May Look Like During COVID-19 Recovery

For many organizations, finances took a hit during the disruption, and that may have a long-term impact on lending arrangements. CBIZ Credit Risk Advisory Services Director, Jake McDonald, will take a closer look at what may be coming.

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