Fraud scams take more than 5% of a business' overall revenue. If you're in the process of financial planning for your small business one thing you need to do is protect your business assets.
As the Coronavirus continues to spread worldwide, so do phishing attacks disguised as helpful information on the outbreak. Security experts report an uptick in phishing messages being sent to businesses and individuals on the topic.
In our modern, litigious society, there are certain typical problems which, if not properly planned and prepared for, can cause you to lose the entirety of your savings, investments, home and/or business. The result of such a loss would create a great burden for you and those that depend on you. Asset protection is an antidote for such problems.
Authored by: Bridget Quijada
When was the last time you heard about a data breach or saw identity theft scroll across your screen as a headline? Probably way too recently. For me, it was just this evening on the news, another somber sounding anchor reporting on why consumers should be careful about giving out credit card information online.