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What Is Cyber Insurance and Should Your Business Have It?

Cyber insurance

Does your company use electronic data? Does it store or communicate potentially sensitive information about customers, employees, or competitors? If so, then a breach of that data could cost your company plenty. Some well-known organizations have experienced data breaches, including WalMart, JP Morgan Chase, Yahoo, eBay, Target, the IRS, and, more recently, Equifax. Unfortunately, just about any size company or organization that retains personal information can be hit with a cyber attack. One way to transfer some of the risk and costs associated with a data breach or network security failure is through cyber insurance.

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Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Outlook

Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Outlook: A Slow Winter Start Overshadowed by Continued Ski Resort Consolidation

MARTINSVILLE, N.J., – (PR NEWSWIRE) – As the cold air begins to set in, skiers across the country grow anxious for a 2017/18 ski season filled with not only bountiful slopes, but new experiences. The prior year’s winter weather, while quite delayed, proved to be beneficial for resorts across the United States, resulting in an average resort snowfall increase of Continue reading “Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Outlook”

What Will the Fed’s Balance Sheet Reduction Mean for Markets?

At its September meeting, the Federal Reserve announced that it would begin the process of winding down its balance sheet.  While the central bank is taking caution to chart a slow and gradual course, it marks a significant step in its plans to back away from quantitative easing and is likely to reverberate throughout financial markets as the unwinding progresses.

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How Do the Economic Milestones of Young Adults Today Compare with Prior Generations?

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If you’re the parent of a young adult who is still living at home, you might be wondering whether this situation is commonplace. According to a recent U.S. Census Bureau study, it is: One in three young people (ages 18 to 34) lived in their parents’ home in 2015.

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Social Security Benefits Expected to Increase 2% in 2018

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The Social Security administration announced a 2% increase in benefits in 2018. The increase is estimated to affect 70 million Americans. The increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI-W) is used to determine the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) in order to keep Social Security benefits in line with changes in consumer prices. Continue reading “Social Security Benefits Expected to Increase 2% in 2018”

What Happens to your Online Accounts When you Die?

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Technology is advancing at an increasingly rapid pace. The age of the internet has ushered in an unprecedented level of connectivity. In today’s modern world, people accrue vast amounts of digital assets, including digital files, such as photographs, videos, and documents, as well as digital accounts, such as social media, e-mail, websites, financial accounts, etc. As our digital footprint grows more valuable, it would be prudent to consider how these assets are handled after death.

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