Fears and Facts: A Closer Look at Travel Dangers

From acts of terror to Zika, safety threats can prevent people from vacationing overseas. Yet, fear can be a healthy response to risk. It can motivate us to do research, learn the facts, and put the risks into perspective.

Getting the facts about your intended destination can keep you safer and make your experience much richer. Before you go: Continue reading

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Tax Time Trouble: Identity Theft and Your Tax Return

Tax Day is on the way, and many people will be scrambling to meet the April deadline. However, filing your returns in a timely fashion isn’t the only thing to worry about. Tax-related identity theft is a growing threat. Continue reading

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Participating in the Sharing Economy? Don’t Overlook Potential Exposures

Seventy-two percent of Americans have used some type of shared or on-demand online service. As more individuals opt into the sharing economy—especially short-term vacation rentals—it is increasingly important you don’t overlook potential exposures. Imagine the situation where you decide to … Continue reading

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Do You Need a Social Media Policy for Your Nanny?

For many, social media has become an integral part of daily life – both in and out of work. While using social media may be necessary in some jobs, one in 10 workers spends more time on the Internet than … Continue reading

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Three Emerging Risks High-net-worth Individuals Aren’t Prepared for in 2017

Did you make a New Year’s resolution? If so, chances are you are one of millions who vowed to eat healthier in the new year or hit the gym a bit more regularly. But for high-net-worth (HNW) individuals, making a … Continue reading

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Can You Be Spared from Hackers?

Staying safe online and preventing hackers from stealing your identity or personal information doesn’t seem to be so easy to do these days. In recent months, organizations ranging from social media networks to Internet services companies have made headlines when … Continue reading

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Is It Smart to Wear Smart Jewelry?

Wearable devices – including smart glasses, fitness tracking bracelets, smart watches and technology-infused jewelry – are touted as the next big wave on the digital front. However, risk, legal and insurance experts have warned of many uncertainties associated with these new technologies.

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Making the Most of Your First Art Fair

Part 2 in a series on attending art fairs. (View Part 1) Art fairs can be a great way for new collectors to learn more about art in a relaxed and fun environment. Once you’ve decided which art fair to … Continue reading

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New to Collecting Art? Finding the Right Art Fair

Part 1 in a series on attending art fairs. (View Part 2) If you love collecting art but are still navigating the learning curve, art fairs can be a great way to have fun and educate yourself. You can explore … Continue reading

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Back-to-School (Risk) Basics

It’s that time of year again – children are hanging up their beach towels and heading back to school. For families whose children attend boarding school or college away from home, the bittersweet feelings produced by their absence should be … Continue reading

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